The tranquil condo neighbourhood of Carleton Heights in Ottawa has awesome buildings to choose from with a total of 2 condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 2 High-Rise. Condos for sale in Carleton Heights offer something for everyone. Condos for sale in Carleton Heights spend an average of 38 days on market. Carleton Heights had 33 condos sold within it in 2020, an decrease of -21% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Carleton Heights had an average sale price of $241,635 last year, an increase of 28% from the prior year. Carleton Heights is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 47. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 86. Some Transit is available in Carleton Heights. You can find the neighbourhoods of Rideau View and Riverside Park nearby.
Farmer's Pick is a great bakery in Carleton Heights. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with McDonald's in the hood. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at Farmer's Pick and Canada Food Village. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of excellent local restaurants Hog's Back Restaurant, Thai Coconut and Nasser Bakery. Carleton Heights offers a lifestyle full of green space for outdoor lovers, parks include Moffatt Farm Veterans Park and Carleton Heights Park. Carleton Heights Adult Diapers Canada Online and Shoppers Drug Mart are a short walk away as well. There is great shopping at Hogs Back Plaza. Animal enthusiasts, good news Prince Of Wales Animal Hospital is in Carleton Heights. St Pius X is a nearby schools for children living in Carleton Heights.
Carleton Heights is a neighbourhood located in Ottawa. It is bounded on the north by Meadowlands Dr, on the east by the Rideau River, on the south by the junction of Prince of Wales Drive and Fisher Avenue and on the Nepean side Fisher Glen and on the west by Fisher Avenue and the Nepean side Parkwood Hills. The neighbourhood is sometimes referred to as Hog's Back, named after the nearby falls.
Carleton Heights homes were developed after World War II. Most of the homes were not built until 1950. More homes were built in the 1960’s and 1970’s. The 'vet' homes were built on half acre lots and the owners sold off half the lot on which new more expensive homes were built beginning in the '60s. Most of the 'vet' homes are still there.
The Carleton Heights neighbourhood is a diverse mix of middle-aged and older families. There are many Baby Boomers and Gen-Xers in the neighbourhood who immigrated between 1960 and 1990. About 40 percent of Carleton Heights residents were not born in Canada.
Many of Carleton Heights residents own their homes, and more than seventy percent of these are single family detached dwellings.
Residents value family and as a result frequent family-oriented businesses, entertain extended family at home, and participate together in sporting and recreational activities.
Carleton Heights has a community centre which is adjacent to the Carleton Heights Curling Club and Carleton Heights Public School.
Mooney's Bay Park is close by. It has a beach, picnic areas, a children's playground and is the site of the Terry Fox Stadium. Located at 2960 Riverside Drive, year-round activities are available such as swimming in the waters of the Rideau River, biking along paths that can take riders as far as the downtown core, and cross country skiing.