327 Breezehill Avenue South
The Radcliffe at Merrion Square in Ottawa
The Radcliffe at Merrion Square has 6 amenities.
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The Radcliffe at Merrion Square was developed by Domicile Developments in Little Italy. Residents have access to elevators, an exercise centre, a party room, storage lockers, underground parking and visitor parking. The units have rich hardwood floors, granite counters, a gas fireplace and a gas line to the BBQ on a beautiful oversized balcony. The building offers views of Dow's Lake and Queen Juliana Park. Building amenities include a party room with a full kitchen, a gym and visitor parking. Underground parking and storage lockers are also available. The Radcliffe at Merrion Square is a 5-minute walk from the O-Train's Carling Station.
The Radcliffe at Merrion Square is located at the corner of Breezehill and Carling, you are a short walk from the Civic Hospital, Dow's Lake, Little Italy & the O-Train, residents are just steps to all of the activities that Little Italy has to offer. Head to Preston Street in Little Italy to try some of Ottawa's best restaurants, pubs, bars and treat yourself to a comedy night at Absolute Comedy. Whether it is summer or winter, Dow's lake is always a great visit. Grab a kayak or throw on some skates and enjoy your adventure through the Rideau Canal. In the springtime, the tulip festival is something you won't want to miss. Next to Dow's Lake you will find the Dominion Arboretum, the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum and the experimental farm, a few great places to take the family. This beautiful neighbourhood has many trails to walk or bike on. Also nearby you will find Carleton University. Just a short drive away, you can find Lansdowne Park adjacent to the Rideau Canal. Home of TD Place, you can catch sporting events, music festivals, enjoy great restaurants and many community events.
A short drive away from Downtown Ottawa, where you can visit all of Ottawa's museums starting with the Canadian Museum of Nature, the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian War Museum. It is also the home of Parliament Hill, the NAC, the Byward Market, the University of Ottawa and the Rideau Centre.