History of Sold House Prices in Convent Glen North & South
The table below provides sales data going back till 2000 in the Convent Glen area
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The Convent Glen and Orleans Wood community has seen increases in home values in all but 2 years since 2000. We saw declines in 2012 and then again in 2014. The number of sales in this area was at its peak in the early 2000s at over 300 sales per year. Since 2017, the average number of home sales has increased from 182 at the low to the past two years seeing 273 sales and a 26.8% price increase in 2021.
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About Convent Glen areas
Convent Glen and Orleans Wood cover the north-west area of Orleans and are located north of St. Joseph Boulevard, south of the Ottawa River, east of the National Capital Greenbelt, and west of Champlain Street.
Residents enjoy an abundance of park space including: Hiawatha Park, Terry Fox Participark Park, Mystery Park, Bilberry Park, and Jeanne D’Arc Park. Hiawatha Park is located on the shores of the Ottawa River and is said to be a charming and scenic neighbourhood in which to live.
Homes in this area are mostly built by Costain, Sandbury, Minto and Tamarack.
Schools servicing these neighbourhoods are: Convent Glen Catholic, Orleans Wood Elementary, Terry Fox Elementary, St. Matthew Catholic High School, Cairine Wilson Secondary, and École élémentaire catholique des Voyageurs.
It’s a quick trip to shopping at Place d’Orleans indoor mall and the Convent Glen strip mall with Metro, Shoppers, LCBO, The Beer Store, and Dollarama. The Queensway is easily accessible as well as the OC Transpo Park and Ride station located across from Place d’Orleans for residents who commute downtown by bus. Convent Glen O-Train Station is located at the crossing of OR 174 and Orleans Boulevard and nicely helps those wishing to transfer from bus to train.
There are plenty of trails for hiking, biking and cross-country skiing along the Ottawa River. For some indoor entertainment, "art comes to life" at the Shenkman Arts Centre that houses two theatres, seven galleries and seventeen studios, with specialized spaces for hands-on instruction of visual, performing and literary arts.