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SANDY HILL / BYWARD MARKET
A BALANCE OF OLD-WORLD CHARM & MODERN URBAN LIVING
AVG. HOUSE $650,000
AVG. CONDO $370,000
LIVING IN SANDY HILL
An historic and prestigious neighbourhood, many of its large manor estates have been subdivided into multi-unit residences. The highly diverse community is home to parks, embassies, mature landscaping and lovingly restored classic residences.
Much of the Ottawa University and Le Cordon Bleu's campus encompasses the area and helps bring a vibrant energy to the area.
PLACES TO GO
RIDEAU CENTRE | The sleek upscale mall offers a one-of-a kind shopping experience from over 170 retailers to 20 million visitors each year. The centre also features the Westin Hotel, a rooftop park, the Shaw Convention Centre.
STRATHCONA PARK | The 15 acre historic park prominently features a large fountain donated by Lord Strathcona in 1909 and is also home to Odyssey Theatre, a professional company that presents open air, unique performances of classical plays & original creations.
SPOTS TO DINE
TOMO SUSHI | The destination restaurant features some of the best sushi & eye-catching wall art around. Their delicious pan-Asian dishes are prepared using only the finest ingredients and fresh seasonal seafood from the east & west coasts of Canada.
PERFECTION SATISFACTION PROMISE | Delicious, restorative, wholesome cuisine. Linking local agriculture producers with local restaurants, the menu features locally produced organic ingredients, including in-house prepared desserts & specialty beverages.
THINGS TO DO
BYWARD MARKET | Home to food vendors, galleries & unique shops, and a year-round market, brimming with artistsan handcrafted goods, seasonal fresh farmers’ produce & flowers.
LITTLE OTTAWA THEATRE | A vital part of the Ottawa arts community since 1913, this not-for-profit organization produces some the area's best plays & special events wile all directors, designers, actors & stage crew are volunteers.
RIDEAU SPORTS CENTRE | A multi-sport centre with basketball, futsal & volleyball courts, as well as a massage clinic, fitness studio, yoga and a full service restaurant.
SIGHTS TO SEE
HISTORIC LAURIER HOUSE | The former residence of Canada’s most important Prime Ministers and now a historic museum, open to the public for guided tours from Victoria Day until Thanksgiving.
COMMUNITY CENTRE | Offering a wide range of recreational programs in both official languages, the centre also features meeting rooms, an open patio area, and an award winning park with play structures, green space, a wading pool, and a seasonal rink.
BYTOWNE CINEMA | This one-screen repertory movie theatre is one of Ottawa's oldest and remains the city's main venue for independent & foreign films while showcasing many Canadian films not found elsewhere.