Carson Grove Ogilvie Walk real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Carson Grove and Ogilvie

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending April 28, 2024 in Carson Grove

There were 11 homes sold in Carson Grove & Ogilvie in the last 3 months, with an average price of $544,464, that's an increase of 10.7% over the same period last year, this includes all house types.

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Statistics for 2023 in Carson Grove & Ogilvie Walk

There were 37 homes sold in Carson Grove and Ogilvie Walk in 2023, with an average price of $570,622, that's a decrease of 2.5% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

What is the average price for a home in Carson Grove / Ogilvie, by type of property in 2023?

  • Single Family House average price was $720,636
  • Bungalow average price was $600,140
  • Townhouse average price was $583,571
  • Condo average price was $418,000

Carson Grove / Ogilvie Walk Historical Home Prices, with Percentage change over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000 71 $158,242  
2001 76 $170,866 8.0%
2002 86 $191,319 12.0%
2003 110 $209,319 9.4%
2004 89 $234,069 11.8%
2005 92 $239,642 2.4%
2006 96 $251,647 5.0%
2007 86 $248,052 -1.4%
2008 71 $268,379 8.2%
2009 85 $273,958 2.1%
2010 67 $302,770 10.5%
2011 67 $324,848 7.3%
2012 70 $334,688 3.0%
2013 76 $336,111 0.4%
2014 62 $325,203 -3.4%
2015 68 $355,793 9.4%
2016 68 $326,742 -8.9%
2017 60 $350,003 7.1%
2018 51 $359,404 2.7%
2019 50 $422,504 17.6%
2020 61 $479,540 13.5%
2021 59 $565,696 23.1%
2022 38 $585,462 22.1%
2023 37 $570,622 -2.5%
       

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About Carson Grove & Ogilvie Walk

The residential neighbourhoods of Carson Grove and Ogilvie are located in the east end of the city, bounded by Montreal Road to the north and Ogilvie Road to the south, the Aviation Parkway to the west and Blair Road to the east.

These areas usually sees about 65 home sales per year. There was a high of 110 sales in 2003 and a low of 50 in 2019. Home prices have increased in 17 of the last 20 years. Along with green space and access to parks there are homes to suit all types, from detached single-family to row housing and updated apartments.

Carson Grove was built in the early '70s by Campeau Corporation, named after an early settler, John Carson. The area was further expanded in the mid-'90s with CMHC's building of Carson Village.

The nearby Cardinal Glen neighbourhood, also known as Dunbarton Court, was built in the late 1980s and includes spacious, executive townhomes in a quiet area. Cardinal Glen borders the conservation area of the Beechwood Cemetery and the Notre Dame Cemetery to the south and is close to Richelieu Centre Community Hall and the Vanier Public Library. 

Schools in the area:

  • Carson Grove Elementary School
  • École élémentaire catholique Monfort
  • Collège La Cité, previously La Cité collégiale, is Ontario's largest French-language college

Nearby:

  • St. Laurent Shopping Centre
  • Montfort Hospital
  • Shops and restaurants in Vanier
  • Shopping along Ogilvie Road
  • See what's happening around Carson Grove in neighbouring Cyrville / Pineview and Beacon Hill

Parks:

  • Palmerston, Ken Steele, Bathgate, Dr. John Hopps Park and Splashpad, with many others in the neighbouring communities
Transportation:
  • Ottawa's Blair Station located at Blair Road and Regional Road 174 provides easy transitway and O-Train access to travel downtown and across the city.
  • For those with a car, the Queensway is only minutes away to head west and south, and Hwy 174 to head north and east.