Known as one of Ottawa's more secluded areas, Carlingwood, has a total of 2 condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 2 Mid-Rise. With a smaller number of buildings to choose from in Carlingwood, there are less condos for sale in Carlingwood. Condos for sale in Carlingwood spend an average of 51 days on market. There were 6 condos sold in Carlingwood in 2020. Carlingwood saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 50% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Carlingwood had an average sale price of $346,767 last year, an increase of 21% from the prior year. Carlingwood is Somewhat Walkable with a walk score of 65. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 71. Some Transit is available in Carlingwood. Woodroffe North and Woodpark are nearby neighbourhoods.
Batter Up Bakery is a great bakery in Carlingwood. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Second Cup Coffee Co. in the hood. Locals recommend eating at CoBrie Restaurant & Catering, Subway and A&W Canada in Carlingwood - they have great food! There is a surprising amount of green space with Woodroffe Park in Carlingwood. You can find the pharmacy Loblaws in Carlingwood. There is great shopping at Carlingwood Shopping Centre. The local schools in Carlingwood is Woodroffe Avenue Public School.
Carlingwood is a broad neighborhood that runs north-east from Golden Ave to Woodroffe Rd and north-south from the Sir John A. Macdonald parkway to Highway 417.
Being situated between upscale Westboro and the more modest Brittania, Carlingwood offers a nice balance.
Carlingwood is family oriented with a broad range of families and several retirement communities making up the demographics of the neighbourhood.
There are many great bike paths around the Carlingwood area. In the summer the parkway closes to vehicles and opens to cyclists and pedestrians.
Carlingwood Mall is in the neighbourhood making many amenities, stores, and services available to residents. Carlingwood Mall opened in 1956 and was one of the city’s first major shopping centers.
There are a variety of churches, schools, outdoor wading pools, baseball diamonds, tennis courts and outdoor rinks.