The Glebe Real Estate Listings

View Homes for sale in The Glebe, Lansdowne and Dows Lake, includes homes as well as condos. This neighbourhood is considered Central Ottawa. Average Pricing for the Glebe included too.

Check out some Homes for sale in The Glebe as well as Condos, an upscale neighbourhood close to downtown and the Canal. The Glebe is home to Lansdowne Park, where the Redblacks play. The area recently got a new Arena as well as a whole bunch of new businesses moving into the neighbourhood. You'll find a variety in house styles, with older homes in original condition, those that have been updated and those that have been totally gutted and updated. Browse Real Estate Listings in The Glebe area.

The Glebe Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 19
Average Price: $720,415
Highest Price: $1,625,000
Lowest Price: $327,777

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Homes for Sale in The Glebe

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Historical Home sales & House Prices in The Glebe, 2000-Current Year

The Glebe Home Sales & Price Increases (including Condominium),
Percentage Increase or Decrease over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000  120 $317,204  
2001  123 $327,800 3.3%
2002  155 $363,298 10.8%
2003  113 $409,513 12.7%
2004  144 $455,673 11.3%
2005  132 $478,772 5.1%
2006  129 $498,140 4.0%
2007  157 $523,895 5.4%
2008  136 $585,614 11.8%
2009  122 $561,902 -4.0%
2010  133 $597,206 6.3%
2011  99 $690,124 15.6%
2012  104 $673,953 -2.3%
2013  101 $741,552 10%
2014  137 $722,993 -2.5%
2015  127 $703,442 -2.7%
2016  123 $735,407 4.5%
2017      

Number of home sales in 2016 and time to sell in the Glebe?

  • There were 82 home sales in 2016
  • House Sellers' got 99.95% of their list price in 2016
  • It took 35 days on average for a home to sell in 2016

The least expensive house sale in The Glebe for 2016 was on Third Avenue. This was a Stacked Townhome with 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom & and it sold for $446,000, or 99.13% of the asking price in 117 days.

The most expensive house sold in the Glebe in 2016 was on Linden Terrace. This was a Detached 2 Storey with 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms and it sold for $1,700,000. This home took only 96 days to sell and it sold for 94.97% of the listed price.

Number of Condo Sales in 2016 and time to sell for the Glebe?

  • There were 23 condo sales in 2016
  • Condo Sellers' got 96.97% of their list price in 2016
  • It took on average, 55 days for a condo to sell in 2016

The least expensive condo sale in The Glebe for 2016 was on Bank Street. This was a 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom apartment style and it sold for $150,000, or 93.81% of the asking price in 117 days.

The most expensive condo sold in the Glebe in 2016 was also on Bank Street. This was a 2 bedroom and 3 bathroom 1 level apartment and it sold for $1,255,000. This condo took only 48 days to sell and it sold for 98.98 of the listed price.


More information about the Glebe & Dows Lake area

Living in the Glebe gives you easy access to all of the activities in Ottawa. You can walk to downtown, Parliament where the festivals are held. Take a stroll or jog along the Canal area, or visit the Experimental Farm and Arboretum.

One of Ottawas most recognizable and eclectic areas, it was initially established in 1837 and around 12,000 people live here.

Located south of the Queensway, Northwest of Queen Elizabeth Driveway and East of Bronson Avenue, The Glebe is known for its older homes with character but there are plenty of modern in-fill developments and condominiums throughout.

Carleton University is also in close proximity to the neighbourhood. Convenient access to the Rideau Canal, parkland, shops, and restaurants on Bank Street. The Queensway is easily accessible and the OC Transpo buses service the neighbourhood.

glebe homes on holmwood with condo tower facing bank streetThis is the Condo Tower at the corner of Bank St. and Holmwood Avenue.

Just behind this condo tower, and all along Holmwood Ave. on the right side, you'll now see modern townhomes as close as you can get to the Stadium.

With the improvement of Landsdowne Park there are more amenities for residents including TD Place at Lansdowne; a 24,000 seat stadium used to host sporting events and concerts.

The Lansdowne Park area really has had a huge refurbishment, the Ottawa Redblacks now play here, there are large events and concerts held here and it has a lot of shops and bars and restaurants to choose from.

The Glebe on bank street looking at condo towerThis is the Condo Tower at the South End of Lansdowne Park.

Housing development around the stadium consists of Condo Towers and some modern townhomes. If you want more information on any of the newer developments happening in The Glebe, get in touch and we'll keep you updated as we hear about anything in the works.

The neighbourhood is committed to active transportation, and many people either walk or cycle to their work.

Residents have excellent access to healthy food outlets and a very good selection of restaurants; speciality stores and restaurants are within easy walking distance for most people.

You can always find people jogging around the area in the summer, along the paths of the Rideau Canal, which offers lots of Greenspace and water.


There are 3 elementary schools

  • First Avenue Public School
  • Corpus Christi School
  • Mutchmor Public School

And there is 1 secondary school

  • Glebe Collegiate Institute

From The Glebe, you can walk into the adjoining Centretown Neighbourhood, keep going and you'll hit Sandy Hill and Lowertown and the Byward Market. or heading South just past Lansdowne, you will arrive in the Old Ottawa South neighbourhood.

 
 

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