06 Jan Neighbourhoods You Should Know About in 2020
The most famous phrase in real estate is “Location, Location, Location”.
We know that buying in the right neighbourhood is one of the most important factors when starting your home search. Housing developments are continuously popping up, and the City has some great schools, parks, and community & shopping centers. How do you know which neighbourhood is best suited for your lifestyle? We know the communities and we can help you find the perfect fit.
Below are some neighbourhoods we think you should know about for your next move and important things to consider.
Kanata is one of the largest suburbs in Ottawa and is a fantastic location for families, young professionals and seniors, offering many shopping & recreation centers, parks, golf, and many great schools. It is perfect for the hockey lover, with the Canadian Tire Centre hosting the Ottawa Senators home games. Kanata is also home to Canada’s largest Technology Park in Kanata North and has been recognized as a hotbed of technology innovation. The 417 conveniently provides downtown access from both North and South Kanata and additional routes are also available in each area. OC Transpo bus lines make regular stops throughout Kanata’s neighbourhoods; so those in the area can travel seamlessly around the greater Ottawa area.
Some areas in Kanata include: (click on each neighbourhood below to learn more)
Stittsville is located just a stone’s throw from bustling communities in neighbouring areas of Kanata and Ottawa’s downtown core. Residents have a world of fantastic local resources and amenities right at their fingertips. Within Stittsville’s borders you’ll find a variety of public and Catholic schools; various medical clinics, pharmacies and dentists; and a wealth of recreational opportunities. While the Stittsville area was for many years a small, quiet farming community, its growth has been steady since its conception and is continuing to grow into an active and bustling neighbourhood.
Living in rural communities have many benefits and appeal to a lot of people. Rural living offers the opportunity for a quite outdoor environment, with more land, and with less traffic & noise pollution. This option is ideal if you want to be close to amenities, but still enjoy country living. Rural living isn’t only for mature residents, raising a family in a rural community allows you to give your children the chance to run free in your backyard, and have a unique childhood.
Carp offers many attractive amenities for its residents including the Carp Farmer’s Market, held every Saturday from May to October, the Annual Carp Fair, held every September, and the Diefenbunker Museum, now referred to as Canada’s Cold War Museum. Carp is surrounded by hundreds of kilometers of biking, hiking, walking and snowmobiling trails across the Ottawa Valley.