Known as one of Ottawa's more secluded areas, Riverside South, has a total of 3 condo buildings. These include 3 Low-Rise & 1 Pre-Construction. With a smaller number of buildings to choose from in Riverside South, there are less condos for sale in Riverside South. This neighbourhood is Somewhat Bikeable with a bike score of 36. Minimal Transit is available in Riverside South. Riverside South is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 1. The neighbourhoods Havenlea and Longfields are nearby.
Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of Rest-Con Svc. Do you love to be outside? Murphy Park is a great park in Riverside South. The school in Riverside South is Ecole elementaire catholique Bernard-Grandmaitre.
Riverside South is a suburban community in the south end of Ottawa. The neighbourhood was once part of the city of Gloucester before its amalgamation in 2001. The first homes in Riverside South were built in 1996, since then the neighbourhood has been growing consistently. Currently Riverside South is located around River Rd and Earl Armstrong Rd, however there are plans in place that will have Riverside South become a much larger community. According to the Riverside South Community Association, the boundaries will eventually be Leitrim Rd to the north, the Rideau River to the west, a line half-way between Earl Armstrong Rd and Rideau Rd to the south and Bowesville Rd to the east.
The community mainly consists of a mix of younger and older families. Most adult residents have college or university degrees and work in various occupations. Riverside South is a diverse community and is a great choice for families with children at home. The area contains several public and Catholic schools which include; Steve MacLean Public School, St. Jerome Catholic Elementary School, St. Francis Xavier Catholic High School, École Secondaire Catholique Franco-Cité, École élémentaire Publique Gabrielle-Roy and École Secondaire Publique Omer-Deslauriers.
Residents of Riverside South love to take advantage of their easy access to numerous parks and bike paths in the neighbourhood. They have seven separate parks to choose from, with each offering varying recreational activities such as, skating rinks, baseball diamonds, splash pads, play structures, and more. Residents and their fur-babies even have access to a small fenced in dog park located on Earl Armstrong.
Residents have complete access to numerous schools, a community center, countless parks, and three shopping plazas that offer over 50 stores and services. If you’re looking for the most ideal spot to raise a family, look no further than Riverside South. The Riverside South Community Association (RSCA) ensures that all residents are informed on all resources and amenities nearby. The association also keeps residents up to date on the community development and construction plans.