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Learn About the History When Choosing a Home

Gloucester Township was established in 1792 and originally included lands east of the Rideau River as well as the area from the Ottawa River south to Manotick. Located in eastern Ontario, Canada, on the Ottawa River, Gloucester was incorporated as a township in 1850 and became a city in 1981. Along with 11 other municipalities, Gloucester merged with the city of Ottawa in 2001. Gloucester is a vibrant, charming community of 110,000-plus residents.

Homes for Sale

In this real estate market, the average sales price for a home is $250,000. Examples of typical homes for sale in this area include single-family homes, waterfront properties, townhomes, and condominiums.

Gloucester, OttawaNeighbourhoods

Home buyers seeking to purchase real estate in this region are afforded a wide variety of smaller neighbourhoods including Beacon Heights, Beacon Hill, Blackburn Hamlet, Blossom Park, Carlsbad Springs, Carson Grove, Cedardale, Chapel Hill, Chateau Neuf, Convent Glen, Cyrville, Edwards, Elizabeth Park, Gloucester Glen, Hiawatha Park, Honey Gables, Johnston Corners, Kempark, Leitrim, Limebank, Manotick Station, Orleans, Pineview, Piperview, Ramsayville, Riverglen, Riverside South, Rothwell Hights, South Gloucester, Victory Hill and Windsor Park Village.

Why Buy a Home in Gloucester?

Great question! Home buyers will find the charming neighbourhoods of this area offer outstanding schools including the exemplary Gloucester High School and Colonel By High School which provide students with an impressive list of extracurricular activities, clubs, and organizations. You’re sure to find the neighbourhoods to be very family oriented providing essential services including excellent health care facilities and dental services conveniently located nearby. Besides excellent shopping venues like the nearby Place d’Oleans shopping centre, homeowners have convenient access to excellent recreational facilities like dedicated conservation areas for ski and hiking trails, championship caliber golf courses, hockey arenas, as well as park and pathways that meander along the Ottawa River.

Real Estate

As you can see, Gloucester is an attractive area to call home. So if you’re thinking about investing in Ottawa real estate, contact Geoff and Bobbie McGowan and let them find the home that’s right for you. With the help of their free relocation packages, market evaluations and more, you’ll be sure to benefit from what Geoff and Bobbie McGowan have to offer you.