Glabar Park and McKellar Heights area, History of Sold House Prices
The table below shows you the historical prices for Glabar Park going back till 2000, with the percent change in price each year
|Year||Number of sales||Avg. Price||% Change|
The number of homes sold in these areas has pretty much remained stable at around 40, with a low of 28 home sales back in 2010 and a high of 56 in 2016.
As prices go, these neighbourhoods have done great, with house prices doubling in just 10 years, as prices went from $203,000 up to $450,000 from 2000 till 2010. There were just 3 years that we saw prices go down, but each time they went up by double digits the very next year.
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Glabar Park is a mature neighbourhood located in the west end of Ottawa with a population approximately 2,500. Its close proximity to Algonquin and College Square makes it ideal for students, young professionals and young families. McKellar Heights is a quiet neighbourhood with approximately 600 residents. There are older homes on tree lined streets with some in-fill developments. McKellar Heights is home to the Ottawa Jewish Community Campus, which features the Soloway Jewish Community Centre
Glabar Park has 2 Elementary Schools: D. Roy Kennedy Public School and Private School Maryvale Academy of Ottawa. There are several parks for residents of Glabar Park to use such as Lorry Greenberg Park, Kingsmere Park and Glabar Park. Kingsmere Park features a double-sized skating rink in the winter and a pool in the summer months. McKellar Heights is Home to Hillel Lodge nursing home and Hillel Academy School. McKeller Heights Residents have convenient access to the Queensway and public transit.
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Current Real Estate Statistics in Glabar Park & Mckellar Heights
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