The tranquil condo neighbourhood of Britannia in Ottawa has awesome buildings to choose from with a total of 2 condo buildings. These include 1 Mid-Rise & 1 Low-Rise. Britannia is home to some of Ottawa's coolest condos for sale! Condos for sale in Britannia spend an average of 64 days on market. Britannia had 8 condos sold within it in 2020, an decrease of -11% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Britannia had an average sale price of $450,912 last year, an decrease of -6% from the prior year. Britannia is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 29. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 77. Some Transit is available in Britannia. Lincoln Heights and Michelle Heights are nearby neighbourhoods.
Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of Baja Burger Shack. You can spend the afternoon enjoying the outdoors at parks in Britannia like Lakeside Gardens and Ottawa River Pathway, Britannia Bay, Ottawa, ON. The local schools in Britannia is Dr F J McDonald Catholic Elementary School.
Britannia, also known as Britannia Bay and/or Britannia Village, is a stunning group of neighborhoods in Ottawa’s west end. The area is located right along the Ottawa River and across from Aylmer, Quebec. Britannia originally consisted of cottages and summer homes but now there's a great mix of housing.
Alongside many family-friendly neighborhoods in the city, Britannia Village is a safe and wonderfully multicultural location with a ton of activities to enjoy. Britannia Beach is a family-fun destination for all ages to enjoy and the Belltown Dome is perfect for recreational activities such as skating and hockey. Schools, churches, and shopping centers are all within a quick drive or walk. OC Transpo provides extensive service to this neighbourhood. Homes range from modest cottages, duplexes, semi-detached and apartments to upscale homes, so there’s a guarantee that you can find a place that fits your lifestyle and feels like home to you.
Britannia Village remained a summer cottage community until after WWII, when large numbers of returning veterans moved to the area in search of affordable housing.
The area is a mix of high and low income housing; the community is incredibly diverse and consists mainly of younger/middle aged families and multi-generational households.
The area attracts those who enjoy spending time outdoors as there is river access, parklands, a beach, recreation opportunities, and a bike path in the neighbourhood. The bike path extends all the way from Britannia to the Parliament buildings downtown, roughly 12 kilometers.
Britannia Village is home to the Britannia Yacht Club, where they try to make memberships affordable for everyone. Not only is there sailboat racing nearly every night, there’s everything from movie nights to yoga to committee meetings, the club is alive and active all year long. Thanks to convenient OC Transpo routes there is easy access to the bustling stores, restaurants, and movie theatres that are located in the streets of Britannia.
Along with the Yacht Club, there is tons to do in Britannia Village. Many families enjoy spending the day at Britannia beach or going to watch a hockey game at the Belltown hockey rink.
If you are a nature lover, you can drive down to the Britannia Conservation Area. It’s a prime spot for year-round bird watching. The beautiful rapids of Deschênes Lake and Mud Lake nearby are a must see for any outdoor enthusiasts.