Bells Corners Real estate market Report

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Main Housing Stats for Bells Corners, Last 90 days till January 24nd 2020: The average house price in Bells Corners, Ottawa in January 2020 was $382,000, a decrease of 5.6% over January 2019. There were 25 home sales in Bells Corners versus 30 last year and It took an average of 23 days for homes to sell versus 63 days last year.

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About Bells Corners

Bells Corners has a rural feel to it being surrounded by the greenbelt and with its many parks and family-friendly atmosphere.For shopping needs, this growing neighbourhood also contains a 3km retail strip along Robertson Road and also has 3 grocery stores, a Canadian Tire, LCBO, Staples, Winners and much more. There are currently 2 hotels with another under construction. Bells Corners is also expected within the next few years to undergo some positive changes. $1 million has already been spent on sprucing-up Robertson Road and the city is expected to start a community design plan to direct future development. (Source: Push is on to reinvent Bells Corners blight. By Randall Denley, The Ottawa Citizen March 13, 2010).

Arbeatha Park neighbourhood located east of Moodie Drive, west of the 416, north of West Hunt Club Road, and south of Lynwood Village. Arbeatha Park is a more established neighbourhood in Bell's Corners with many older bungalows built in the 60's and 70's. This neighbourhood is very family-friendly with plenty of parks including Quinpool Park, D.A. Moodie Park, and the Stony Swamp Conservation Area just a short drive away.

Lynwood Village is a neighbourhood located in Ottawa south of Robertson Rd, west of the 416, north of Arbeatha Park, and east of Richmond Rd. This neighbourhood has grown considerably since the 60s when building in this area really began to boom. The style of home most prominant in Lynwood Village are bungalows with some variation. Lynwood Village is just a short drive away from the 417, giving its residents easy access to other areas of the city. It is also close to Kanata which has its high-tech centre as well as many shopping centres. This neighbourhood has many ammenities such as Bell Arena and a community centre. There is an East Side Mario's, Al's Steakhouse, a Best Western Hotel, as well as many other shops and services located just on Richmond Rd.

Lynwood Village, although close to many ammenities, also has a natural setting being in close proximity to the Stony Swamp Conservation Area, Arbeatha Park, and containing Lynwood Park. It has many features prominant in rural areas and is conveniently located close to many ammenities of the city. For those looking for a little of each, this is the perfect neighbourhood to live in.

Westcliffe Estates Is a neighbourhood in Ottawa, ON located south of Robertson Road, west of Moodie Drive, North of Richmond Road, and east of Kanata. Westcliffe Estates is considered part of the larger neighbourhood of Bell's Corners. Westcliffe Estates is a newer neighbourhood of Bell's Corners that contains a number of condos, mostly townhome styles as opposed to apartment style homes

Although shopping centres are not abundant in Westcliffe Estates, it does have some natural elements not common to most urban neighbourhoods. It is home to Westcliffe Park and close to Stony Swamp Conservation Area. Stony Swamp Conservation Area is the largest forested area in the greenbelt with a number of trails and boardwalks for walking as well as a great place for snowshoeing and tobogganing in the winter.

Historical Sold Home Prices in Bells Corners

The table below shows you the historical prices for Bells Corners going back as far as 2000, with the percent change each year

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 204 $160,721  
2001 134 $146,426 -9.8%
2002 171 $185,649 26.8%
2003 180 $186,649 0.5%
2004 154 $193,115 3.5%
2005 152 $224,689 16.3%
2006 149 $213,481 -5.2%
2007 185 $205,279 -4.0%
2008 170 $209,155 1.9%
2009 148 $253,089 21%
2010 182 $261,488 3.3%
2011 155 $270,504 3.4%
2012 160 $305,382 12.9%
2013 141 $275,572 -10.9%
2014 158 $278,049 0.8%
2015 138 $331,433 19.2%
2016 145 $313,178 -5.8%
2017 184 $298,544 4.9%
2018 177 $374,524 25.5%
2019 170 $361,625 3.7%

Looking at the numbers in the table above you can see that the number of sales per year has remained steady, but the fluctuations in price were quite erratic throughout the years, with big gains followed by decreases in average pricing for the Bells Corners area.

This area saw some huge gains in 2002, 2005 and as recent as 2015, with a 19.2% increase in prices. That is an increase of over $50,000 in just One year !

Current Real Estate Statistics in Bells Corners

The stats below are using data for all active listings, DOM is Days on the Market.

Active Properties
Address Beds Baths List Price DOM
11 Sonnet Crescent Unit#C 3 2 $249,900 12 days
506 Moodie Drive 5 2 $699,000 29 days
506 Moodie Drive N/A 0 $699,000 40 days
Average: 4.0 1.3 $549,300 27 days
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