Homes for Sale Near Ottawa, ON

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$49,500

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2194 Robertson Road Unit#21

Westcliffe Estates, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 3 days

$59,000

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345 Richelieu Avenue

Vanier, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 4 months

$59,900

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1642 Merivale Road Unit#167

Crestview/Meadowlands, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 17 days

$59,900

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38 Antares Drive Unit#450

Industrial Park, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 16 days

$69,900

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105 Clarence Street Unit#A

Byward, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$75,000

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1920 Bank Street W Unit#5

riverside park/mooney's bay, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 5 months

$75,000

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1200 St Laurent Boulevard Unit#416

St Laurent Mall, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed about 2 months

$78,500

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1799 Kilborn Avenue

Playfair Park, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 3 months

$79,900

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2277 Riverside Drive Unit#128

Ottawa South, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 3 months

$79,900

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1980 Ogilvie Road Unit#153

Carson Grove, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 2 months

$80,000

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854 March Road Unit#1

Morgan's Grant/South March, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed about 1 month

$85,000

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L'Enclave Monfort,

Listed about 1 year

$85,000

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912 St Laurent Boulevard

Overbrook/Castle Heights, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 4 days

$89,000

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100 Bayshore Drive

Bayshore, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed about 1 year

$99,000

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89 Montreal Road

New Edinburgh, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 4 months

$99,900

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2837 Diamondview Road

Kinburn/Carp, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 5 months

$99,900

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2150 Robertson Road W Unit#14

Bellwood, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 4 months

$99,900

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1390 Prince Of Wales Drive Unit#G1

Carleton square, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed about 2 months

$100,000

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412 Dalhousie Street

SANDY HILL, Ottawa, Ontario

Listed 5 months

$100,000

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BYWARD MARKET,

Listed 2 months

Living in Ottawa

            Ottawa, Canada's capital city, is a vibrant, bilingual community that combines the warmth of small-town living with the amenities of a large metropolitan area, making it an ideal destination for families, young professionals, and retirees alike. Nestled on the banks of the majestic Ottawa River, the city is renowned for its stunning natural beauty, including the famous Rideau Canal - a UNESCO World Heritage site. This waterway turns into the world's longest skating rink in the winter, offering residents a unique recreational activity right at their doorstep. Moreover, Ottawa’s commitment to green living is evident in its numerous parks and bike trails, such as those in Gatineau Park, providing ample opportunities for outdoor activities year-round. The city's focus on sustainability and the environment enhances its appeal as a liveable and forward-thinking community.

Delving into Ottawa’s diverse neighborhoods reveals a mosaic of cultures and lifestyles, accommodating every preference. For instance, The Glebe, with its trendy boutiques and coffee shops, is a favorite among young professionals seeking a lively urban atmosphere. Meanwhile, Kanata is acclaimed for its tech hub and family-friendly environment, boasting excellent schools and spacious parks. Orleans, another gem, is known for its tight-knit community and French-speaking population, reflecting the city's bilingual charm. These areas underscore Ottawa's ability to offer a balanced lifestyle, merging modern conveniences with a sense of community and natural beauty. Living in Ottawa means having access to stellar healthcare, top-notch education, including prestigious institutions like the University of Ottawa, and a thriving arts and culture scene epitomized by landmarks such as the National Gallery of Canada and the Canadian Museum of History.

What sets Ottawa apart as a desirable place to live is its dynamic economy. With one of the highest concentrations of tech jobs in North America and being the heart of Canada's federal government employment, Ottawa boasts a stable job market that is enticing for both fresh graduates and seasoned professionals. The city's economic diversity is complemented by a rich tapestry of cultural festivals, including the celebrated Canadian Tulip Festival and Winterlude, fostering a strong sense of community and belonging. Accessibility is another key feature, with efficient public transport options and proximity to Montreal, Toronto, and the U.S. border, making Ottawa not just a place to live, but a strategic gateway to explore and engage with the broader North American landscape. In summary, for those seeking a balance of career opportunities, cultural richness, and a healthy environment, Ottawa presents an irresistible proposition as a city that truly has it all.