The Homes and Neighbourhood near Elmwood School for Girls

The Homes and Neighbourhood near Elmwood School for Girls
by Dave Williams

Picture Description  A photo of Elmwood School, Ottawa including the exterior of the building and the school sign.  Author: Pactumserva

A photo of Elmwood School, Ottawa including the exterior of the building and the school sign. Author: Pactumserva

Founded in 1915 Elmwood School is located on Buena Vista Road in Ottawa’s affluent neighbourhood of Rockliffe Park, mere blocks away from Stornoway, the official residence of Canada’s leader of the Opposition.

The area is home to numerous world embassies, magnificent wooded estates, McKay Lake, the Rockliffe Parks and Parkway.  The characteristics of the neighbourhood is unique in Ottawa with winding lanes & wooded lots reminiscent of the village it once was.
Many of Ottawa’s leading citizens and world ambassadors have made Rockliffe Park their home, resulting a very high demand for home in Rockliffe Park, and surrounding Lindenlea and New Edinburgh.
The Neighboring communities of Lindenlea and New Edinburgh mimic much of the influences of the community and host a quaint shopping district along Beechwood Avenue of Cafes, Brew Pubs and custom shops.  New Edinburgh Park lies along the Rideau River as it approaches the Ottawa River.  The Rideau falls are sight to behold.
Along the Ottawa River the Rockliffe Boathouse Marina and Ottawa New Edinburgh Club offer all sorts of water and club sports facilities.
Hope this helps you understand real estate a little better.
As always if you have any real estate questions ask them below, or contact us directly at 613-788-2113
Ref:
http://www.ncc-ccn.gc.ca Stornoway – National Capital Commission
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