Cardinal Creek and Camelot, Sold House Prices
The table below provides sales data going back to 2017 in the Cardinal Creek/Camelot areas
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About Cardinal Creek and Camelot
Cardinal Creek, aptly named for its creek that leads northward to the Ottawa River, is located in the east end of Ottawa, and part of Orleans. You'll find it east of Tenth Line Road, South of St. Joseph Boulevard (and the Ottawa River), west of Trim Road and north of Innes Road and the neighbourhood of Notting Gate.
Homes in this area are built by Tamarack, Valecraft and Ashcroft, among other custom builders. Cardinal Creek Village is a Tamarack development of townhomes, two-storey singles and bungalow homes started in 2014 and will eventually be home to 3,000 families, including an adult-lifestyle section.
Schools in the area include: Trillium Elementary School, École secondaire publique varennes-charlemagne, Maple Ridge Elementary School, and École Élementaire Catholique Arc-en-ciel.
See some of the homes for sale in Cardinal Creek and Camelot at the link below.
Related Pages: Cardinal Creek, Camelot Homes for Sale
Points of Interest:
Cardinal Creek Community Park - Maintained by the Coty of Ottawa and located at 1825 Trim Road in Cumberland, residents enjoy wide paths for dog walking, birding, and enjoying beautiful views of inlets of water. Dogs must be on a leash. It's well-equipped with play structures, sports fields and a splash pad in summer, and equally outfit for skating and hockey in the winter.
Coyote Trail Park - Movati Orleans joined in for the grand opening in the Fall of 2018 to help in promoting a healthy lifestyle to its residents. This tranquil park is ideal for picnics, dog walking and it open 5am to 11pm daily.
Camelot Golf & Country Club - An award winning golf course and designed by Thomas McBroom, Camelot is only 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa, and has hosted some of Canada's top championships. Developed in 1991, it's a castle perched atop a hill with breathtaking views.
Proulx Sugar Bush and Berry Farm - family-owned and operated since 1920, it's now in its fourth generation and offers enjoyment for all ages. It opens it doors as the sap runs from February to April, with other activities happening seasonally.