The best real estate agents in Bells Corners are members of the Paul Rushforth real estate team.
We know Ottawa, Ontario, real estate better than anyone. So whether you’re new to the area or a lifetime local, contact us when you are ready to buy or sell a home in Bells Corners.
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West of Nepean, just 15 minutes from downtown, sits the suburban neighbourhood of Bells Corners.
Surrounded by the tranquil Greenbelt, it’s a wonderful place to live—ideal for first-time home buyers, families, active seniors and anyone that enjoys access to the outdoors. Imagine endless green space and ample hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails.
As recently as the 1950s, this formerly rural area experienced commercial growth and developed into the charming community it is today. Residents in Bells Corners have easy access to services and conveniences. A variety of locally-owned small businesses, restaurants and boutiques are nestled among bigger-named establishments, schools, banks, churches and medical facilities along the main arteries of Robertson Road, Richmond Road and Moodie Drive.
The real estate agents at Paul Rushforth are passionate about helping buyers, sellers and investors throughout Ottawa. We’re ready to help make your Bells Corners real estate dreams come true.
Meet Our Real Estate Team
“The entire team at Paul Rushforth RealEstate, Inc. is to be commended on their hard work and excellent client experience. Our agent was very knowledgeable in the market value of our home took great care to keep us informed of all updates with respect to the sale. We will be recommending this team to all of our family and friends. Thank you and keep up the excellent work.” – Sharon Mattocks
Homes For Sale In Bells Corners
166 Franktown Cemetery Road
Carleton Place, Ontario
2420 Falcon Avenue
932 Klondike Road
202 Yearling Circle
701 Code Road
Smiths Falls, Ontario
229 Elgin Street
229 Elgin Street W
300 Crownridge Drive
If you are interested in buying a property in Bells Corners, you’ll be pleased to know there are various options at several price points.
Whether you are looking for a corner unit townhome in a beautifully established neighbourhood, a single detached home on a tree-lined crescent or a huge lot conveniently located near the Trans Canada Trail, you’ll find it in Bells Corners.
The community has a mix of older architecture from the 50s and 60s, as well as newer homes to choose from. Most of the residents are homeowners, but the area is also quite renter-friendly.
It’s important to identify real estate professionals that are part of the community you hope to buy in. So get started by joining a Paul Rushforth agent for a tour of the neighbourhoods, including beautiful Lynwood Village and sought-after Arbeatha Park. We have access to more listings than other realtors and will search for properties that meet your specific needs, such as the spacious floor plan and hardwood floors you wish for or the accessible features you require.
And once we’ve found “the one” together, we’ll help you get the very best price possible. We look forward to being your trusted advisor throughout the entire financing and buying process.
Bells Corners Neighbourhoods
- Arbeatha Park
- Bellwood Estates
- Lynwood Village (Bells Corners East)
- Westcliffe Estates (Bells Corners West)
Sell Your Home With Our Real Estate Agents
Selling a home in Ottawa, Ontario, is an involved process, but it doesn’t need to be stressful.
Paul Rushforth agents (and a team of talented property specialists working behind the scenes) partner together to find you the right buyer. To start, To start, we use a vast amount of real estate data to establish the perfect price for your home. Then, we carry out targeted, proactive marketing efforts that tell a story about your home.
Our marketing engine includes social media posts, a personalized website, videos with drone footage, and more—all designed to get your home the most attention and exposure possible.
The results? We’ll secure the highest selling price for your home.
About Bells Corners
Bells Corners is a well-established community, perfect for those who appreciate the suburbs’ peace and quiet but also want easy access to amenities and all the city has to offer.
The active Bells Corners BIA and many community associations are 100% dedicated to supporting business and residential life in the suburb.
Shopping & Dining Out
When you live in Bells Corners, everything you need is at your fingertips. You’ll find grocery markets, convenience stores, boutique shops and lots of food options right around the corner.
Some favourite restaurant choices include:
- Whiprsnapr Brewing Company: Drop in for local craft beer and popcorn.
- The Brew Table: Great food; busy for all the right reasons.
- Zolas Restaurant and Pasta Shop: Eat in or pick up a delicious meal at the market out front.
- Mort’s Pub and Pizza: Pints, pub grub and pizza.
Cyranos Restaurant: Where the locals go.
Scottys Corner Diner: A not-so-hidden gem serving breakfast and diner fare.
- Mongolian Village: Drop by for stir fry; lots of vegetarian and vegan options.
Families are drawn to Bells Corners for the environment and the schools, many of which offer English and French immersion learning at the elementary, intermediate and high school levels.
Visit these local school board websites for more detailed information:
- The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB)
- The Ottawa Catholic School Board (OCSB)
- Conseil des Ecoles Catholiques du Centre-Est (CECCE)
Parks & Amenities
Some say the pace seems slower in Bells Corners, but in reality, the residents are very active!
Much of this has to do with the proximity to nature. In fact, some developments have direct access to Greenbelt trails. Additionally, local parks, like Entrance Park with its outdoor public swimming pool and expansive Westcliffe Park (home to a beautifully maintained ice rink each winter), entice kids of all ages to enjoy the outdoors.
And, just on the other side of Veteran’s Memorial Highway is the perfect place for your pup to do the same! Bruce Pit Dog Park allows you to let your dog roam free off-leash in a fenced-in area filled with grassy fields and woodland trails.
Bell Centennial Arena keeps those who love skating and ice hockey busy year-round, and there are two tennis clubs in the neighbourhood as well.
While there are OC Transpo bus routes in Bells Corners, most residents get around by car or bike. Parking spaces are abundant and easy access to both 416 and 417 means getting to downtown Ottawa, Ontario—or the high-tech hub of neighbouring Kanata—is a breeze.
Paul Rushforth Real Estate is a member of the Ottawa Real Estate Board, the Ontario Real Estate Association, and the Canadian Real Estate Association.