Now sold Firm over ask -1273 Thames Stre



Good home - Great Lot- Area-Well Kept secret

Looking for a great neighbourhood to work and bring up the family? You will enjoy Carlington. Newly on the homebuyers radar as an affordable neighbourhood in Ottawa. Just minutes from the exceptional pathways in the Experimental Farm and the Dominion Arboretum. You will be close to the Civic Campus and shopping. The sought after Turnbull School and Leaning Centre ( private school ) is close by. easy access to  highway and  public transit. 

On a quiet dead end street with a new park being developed just 100 meters away is this charming home A Semi Bungalow home   - a term that represents homes that have one bedroom on the main floor and additional ones on the second ( usually  2 up).  The Principal  Bedroom is on the main floor with a full bathroom. This is a floor plan and design that you will love  if you have kids ( they stay upstairs).

Allowing for  well proportioned living spaces that include a familyroom , spacious eat in kitchen  and large sitting porch ( both front and rear of home).  Enjoy or rent out  a fully finished lower level with another bedroom , full bathroom and a Recreation room. If rented then there is a kitchen in place )

The home is charming and inviting.  Lot 50 x 100 is ideal for any gardener and is landscaped.  The present family have enjoyed having such a lovely space to have for the kids to play and a garden to enjoy. Very private and fully fenced. There is of course great development potential. Huge Garage and private laneway. Accented by wood floors, pretty coved ceiling moldings and archways this sunny home. You will love this home whether you are a couple or family, Perfect for  families with young kids or with older teenagers. For the couple that work from home - lots of space to call your own. A home that provides space, light and a great neighbourhood.

Carlington: The History of the area: ( wikipedia)

First settled in the early 1920s. It contains less than 435 older pre-1945 homes. Some 2000 dwellings were built from 1945 to 1960. The houses built in the time period immediately following World War II were meant for returning veterans and are therefore known as "war homes" or "veteran homes". Many of the street names in the neighbourhood also reflect this military heritage (e.g. Viscount Ave, Admiral Ave, General Ave, Marshall Ave, Veteran Ave, Crerar Ave.).

From 1961 to 1970, 1440 homes and apartments were built and from 1971 to 1980, another 1380. After 1981, the construction of new dwellings sharply dropped to less than 400 for the remainder of the 20th century. Today there are new homes being built as some veterans' homes are demolished.

The neighbourhood is home to the Royal Ottawa HospitalMerivale Road is Carlington's traditional main street and goes through the centre of residential Carlington.

 Place of Worship

With five places of worship: St. Elizabeth's of the Visitation Roman Catholic Church, Église Catholique Romain de Saint-Bonaventure, Church of God of Prophecy, Kehillat Beth Israel synagogue and St Tekle Haimanot Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The only Ethiopian Orthodox church in Ottawa.

Carlington Recreation

Moreover enjoy the two community centres are located in the neighbourhood; Alexander Community Centre, and Bellevue Community Centre (Carlington Recreation Centre).The major park in the neighbourhood is Carlington Park which includes, in addition to the Carlington Sledding Hill, the J. Alph Dulude Arena and four baseball diamonds. With five other parks in Carlington to enjoy; Bellevue Manor, Alexander, Harrold Place, Meadowvale Terrace and Raven Park (John Smith Field).

This neighbourhood is bordered to the south by the Experimental Farm bike path, which connects to the Pinecrest Creek Pathway to the west, and to the Rideau Canal West pathway to the east. This path is maintained by the National Capital Commission.


sought after Turnbull School  W.E Gowling Public is close as hand


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