Welcome to Blossom Park, a neighbourhood in the city of Ottawa with 3 condo buildings. These include 1 Low-Rise & 2 High-Rise. The condos for sale in Blossom Park include great amenities. The average days on market for condos for sale in Blossom Park is 39 days. Blossom Park had 26 condos sold within it in 2020, an increase of 73% compared to the year before. Last year condos for sale in in Blossom Park had an average sale price of $253,319, an increase of 14 % from the year before. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 71. Some Transit is available in Blossom Park. Blossom Park is Somewhat Walkable with a walk score of 70. South Keys and Greenboro East are nearby neighbourhoods.
A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Chips & Dairy Fast Food in the hood. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Giant Tiger. Locals recommend eating at Halal Pizza, Branson Pizza and Matar Kabob House in Blossom Park - they have great food! You can spend the afternoon enjoying the outdoors at parks in Blossom Park like Sieveright Park and Athans Park. Blossom Park Pharmacy is a conveniently located pharmacy in Blossom Park. Animal enthusiasts, good news Alta Vista Animal Hospital is in Blossom Park. Schools in Blossom Park include St Bernard Elementary School and Ecole elementaire catholique Sainte-Bernadette.
The Blossom Park Plaza on the southwest corner of Highway 31 (Bank Street) and Queensdale Avenue is anchored by Farm Boy, Giant Tiger, a dentist, hair dresser, Telus store and the Kallistro Greek restaurant.
K.S. Restaurant, named for its owner Khalil "Kelly" Swaita, popularly known as "K&S" and renowned for its pizza was a neighbourhood fixture from its opening in a strip mall on the northeast corner of Bank and Albion in 1971. It was renamed: K.S. on the Keys and relocated to Dazé Road near the South Keys Shopping Centre in 2009.
Blossom Park is a neighbourhood in Gloucester-Southgate Ward in the south-end of the city of Ottawa. The current limits of the neighbourhood are: Hunt Club Road to the north, Airport Parkway to the west, Conroy Road to the east and the Greenbelt to the south (near Lester Road).
Blossom Park was transformed into a suburban community with the construction of bungalows on 150 x 100 foot lots along Central Boulevard (now Kingsdale Avenue) and Rosebella Avenue and on the north side of Lawrence Avenue (now Queensdale) between Albion and Conroy Roads in the 1950s.
Lots on the south side of Queensdale between the future site of the Sawmill Creek Housing Co-op (built 1983-84) and Conroy were sold piecemeal for residential development beginning in 1960.
The Blossom Park community represents a diverse and enriching array of cultural and ethnic populations, with a wide range of housing options. There are many homes owner-occupied and set on large lots however various rental opportunities also exist in this great neighbourhood.
Families are middle-aged with children in various age ranges. Schools in the area include; Blossom Park Public School (JK to 8). This school offers English as a Second Language, Regular English Program, Special Education Learning Centre and a Special Support Unit Sawmill Creek Elementary (JK to 8) has Regular English as well as the Early French Immersion programs for students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8. St. Bernadette Catholic Elementary School welcome children and young people who are eligible for education in French. High School (Grade 9 to 12) is also available if applicants meet requirements.