The quieter condo neighbourhood of Carson Meadows in Ottawa has awesome buildings to choose from with a total of 1 condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 1 High-Rise. Carson Meadows is home to some of Ottawa's coolest condos for sale! Condos for sale in Carson Meadows are on the market for an average of 44 days. There were 8 condos sold in Carson Meadows in 2020. Carson Meadows saw an decrease in the number of condos sold by -47% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Carson Meadows had an average sale price of $260,950 last year, an increase of 35% from the prior year. Carson Meadows is Somewhat Walkable with a walk score of 54. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 84. Some Transit is available in Carson Meadows. You can find the neighbourhoods of Forbes and Manor Park South nearby.
Locals recommend eating at Les Jardins de La Cite, Pilos Restaurant and The Newfoundland Pub in Carson Meadows - they have great food! Do you love to be outside? Dr. John Hopps Park is a great park in Carson Meadows. You can find pharmacies Shoppers Drug Mart and Montreal Rd Pharmacy within walking distance. west shoping senter is a shopping center in Carson Meadows that has something for everyone. The school in Carson Meadows is Samuel-Genest. There are many students in this neighbourhood as College La Cite is located within it.
Carson Meadows is a neighbourhood in the east end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The neighbourhood spans the former Ottawa-Gloucester boundary, which still forms the boundary between Rideau-Rockcliffe Ward and Beacon Hill-Cyrville Ward.
It is bounded on the west by the Aviation Parkway, on the East by Bathgate Drive, on the North by La Cité collégiale and on the South by Ogilvie Road.
Carson Meadows residents are made up of middle-aged families who have crafted comfortable lifestyles - often thanks to dual incomes. The neigbourhood is culturally diverse and various languages are spoken.
Detached, semi-detached, and row houses are dominant in the area, over 80% of which are owner occupied.
Monday to Friday these hard workers commute to work using nearby parkways, highways and public transit.
On the weekends, families head to recreation activities at the nearby Scotiabank Theatre or Cosmic Adventures. Hours are also spent driving their kids to soccer fields and basketball courts.
Urban living, away from the downtown core counter balanced with greenspace, and parks for children to play.
No matter what your age, there's so much do to in the neighbourhood; shop at Gloucester Centre, eat at one of many popular restaurants like Moxie’s, Big Rig Brew Pub, Casey’s, East Side Mario’s, or The Mongolian Grill.
La Cité Collégiale, The Monfort Hospital and recreation are all nearby.