If you’re looking to buy, sell, or invest in a home in the Old Ottawa South neighborhood, you can count on Paul Rushforth Real Estate!
We’ve helped thousands of people with their Ottawa real estate decisions, and Old Ottawa South is home to well-preserved heritage buildings with plenty of charm to spare!
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With a history that goes back to 1814, Old Ottawa South is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Ottawa. Bounded by the historic Rideau Canal, Rideau River, Bronson Avenue, and Main Street, its size and defined borders give it a charming small town feel.
Home to some of the best tree-lined streets in the city, as well as Carleton University, Old Ottawa South is one of Ottawa’s most highly desirable neighbourhoods.
With a vibrant main street offering an eclectic mix of antique shops, restaurants, and stores, as well as the many events happening in the community for residents to enjoy, Old Ottawa South is the perfect place to enjoy a small town feel with the benefits of city living.
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“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 Old Ottawa South
6431 Clingin Lane
202 Yearling Circle
166 Franktown Cemetery Road
Carleton Place, Ontario
1008 Keeper Heights
2420 Falcon Avenue
932 Klondike Road
202 Yearling Circle
701 Code Road
Smiths Falls, Ontario
If you are looking to buy a new home in Ottawa, Old Ottawa South is one of the best neighbourhoods to start looking! The tree-lined streets are home to lots of heritage buildings, mainly built between 1900 and 1960, and the vibrant community is friendly and welcoming.
The family friendly Old Ottawa South neighbourhood offers community gardens, plenty of recreational facilities and areas, and enough restaurants to keep the foodies happy, too.
Whether you’re looking for an exclusive boutique condominium on Bank Street, or a prestigious Fulton house for your family on a quiet residential street, Old Ottawa South will have what first home buyers and experienced real estate investors are looking for. We know the ins and outs of the properties for sale in Old Ottawa South, and we’re happy to show you around and get you caught up on the Ontario real estate market.
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We’ll take the hassle out of selling a home in Old Ottawa South by handling the entire process from start to finish. We’re confident that we’ve got the best support specialists in town, and our realtors work together to sell homes, so we guarantee that your family home, townhouse, or condo will be sold when you list with us.
Whether you’re a first-time seller or an experienced real estate investor, contact the experts at Paul Rushforth Real Estate to guide you through the process of finding your perfect home in idyllic Old Ottawa South.
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About Old Ottawa South
Situated between the Rideau Canal to the north and the Rideau River to the east and south, Old Ottawa South is on of Ottawa’s oldest neighbourhoods. Its most famous pioneers, Lewis Williams and family, came from Wales in 1818 and settled on approximately 111 acres between what is now Bronson and Main streets.
The Old Ottawa South Community Association keeps Old Ottawa South a pleasant, fulfilling, and meaningful place to live. It offers social events to strengthen community bonds, educational, sports, fitness, and recreational programming, and ensures that the community’s interests are reflected and communicated to the public, the City of Ottawa, and other government agencies.
The OSCAR neighborhood newspaper is a self-supporting, monthly publication published by the Ottawa South Community Association. Its goal is to be the Community Voice and a source of information to the entire community.
Old Ottawa South is a family friendly community with plenty of schools and childcare centres.
- Hopewell Avenue Public School
- Westboro Academy
- Astolot Education Centre
- Capital Day Care
- Sunnyside Footsteps
There are several business and amenities in Old Ottawa South that appeal to every age range, from adventurous explorers to more toned down and chill activities.
- Mayfair Theatre
- The Mud Oven
- The Ottawa Tennis and Lawn Bowling Club
- Brewer Park Splash Pad & Pool
- Sunnyside Library
- Ottawa SUP
Old Ottawa South is home to plenty of beautiful outdoor spaces, full of picnic tables, bike paths, and nature.
- Brighton Beach Park
- Windsor Park
- Brewer Park
Like many Ottawa suburbs, the main streets through Old Ottawa South can get busy during rush hours, but is also accessible via the Line 6 bus.