Eastway Gardens real estate market report

Real Estate Stats & Sold House Prices in Eastway Gardens

Statistics for the last 90 Days ending April 28, 2024 in Eastway Gardens

There were no homes sold in Eastway Gardens in the last 3 months compared to 1 last year for $665,000.

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Statistics for 2023 in Eastway Gardens

There were 6 homes sold in Eastway Gardens in 2023, with an average price of $562,333, that's a decrease of 16.3% over the previous year, this includes all house types.

Eastway Gardens Historical Home Prices, with Percentage change over Previous Year.

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2011 4 $285,025 -1.6%
2012 9 $318,511 11.7%
2013 6 $324,893 2%
2014 10 $365,690 12.6%
2015 14 $387,993 6.1%
2016 7 $324,071 -16.5%
2017 11 $355,127 9.6%
2018 12 $397,067 11.8%
2019 9 $425,441 7.1%
2020 12 $512,508 20.5%
2021 10 $630,100 22.9%
2022 6 $672,167 6.7%
2023 6 $562,333 -16.3%

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About Eastway Gardens

Eastway Gardens is a small neighbourhood of about 600 people in Alta Vista Ward in the east end of Ottawa. It's bounded by the Rideau River to the west, St. Laurent Blvd. to the east, and is sandwiched between Coventry Road to the north, and Belfast Road to the south. It's residents consider it a "hidden gem". 

Most homes in Eastway Gardens were built in the 1950s by Teron Construction. 

Most streets are named after the alphabet, beginning with Avenue K and ending with Avenue U, which was originally built for railway employees. While the original plan didn't materialize, you will find the Via Rail Station built in 1966, as well as more industrial buildings, office buildings and some larger stores.

The Queensway runs down the middle of this neighbourhood giving commuters easy access to downtown. In addition, a busy bus transit way and O-Train Station on the Confederation Line that opened in 2019 is located at St. Laurent Shopping Centre (and the Queensway) with indoor pedestrian access to shopping and an underground walkway to get to the other side of the Queensway.

In addition to St. Laurent Shopping Centre, Tremblay Road now serves up more than industrial complexes with the development of the Ottawa Train Yards - a premier shopping district with over 110 acres of property, 150 of North America's leading retailers, combined with services and restaurants.