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Main Housing Stats for Glebe, Last 90 days till July 29th 2020: The average house price in July 2020 was $1,039,369, an increase of 11% over July 2019. There were 39 home sales in Glebe versus 48 last year and It took an average of 30 days for homes to sell versus 33 days last year.

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Historical Average House Prices in the Glebe

Year # Sales Average Price % Change
2000  120 $317,204  
2001  123 $327,800 3.3%
2002  155 $363,298 10.8%
2003  113 $409,513 12.7%
2004  144 $455,673 11.3%
2005  132 $478,772 5.1%
2006  129 $498,140 4.0%
2007  157 $523,895 5.4%
2008  136 $585,614 11.8%
2009  122 $561,902 -4.0%
2010  133 $597,206 6.3%
2011  99 $690,124 15.6%
2012  104 $673,953 -2.3%
2013  101 $741,552 10%
2014  137 $722,993 -2.5%
2015  127 $703,442 -2.7%
2016  123 $735,407 4.5%
2017 117 $825,501 12.2%
2018 112 $776,698 -5.9%
2019 122 $896,377 10.8%

About The Glebe

The Glebe is an upscale neighbourhood close to downtown and the Canal. The Glebe is home to Lansdowne Park, where the Redblacks play. The area recently got a new Arena as well as a whole bunch of new businesses moving into the neighbourhood. You'll find a variety in house styles, with older homes in original condition, those that have been updated and those that have been totally gutted and updated. One of Ottawas most recognizable and eclectic areas, it was initially established in 1837 and around 12,000 people live here.

Located south of the Queensway, Northwest of Queen Elizabeth Driveway and East of Bronson Avenue, The Glebe is known for its older homes with character but there are plenty of modern in-fill developments and condominiums throughout. Carleton University is also in close proximity to the neighbourhood. Convenient access to the Rideau Canal, parkland, shops, and restaurants on Bank Street. The Queensway is easily accessible and the OC Transpo buses service the neighbourhood. With the improvement of Landsdowne Park there are more amenities for residents including TD Place at Lansdowne; a 24,000 seat stadium used to host sporting events and concerts.

Housing development around the stadium consists of Condo Towers and some modern townhomes. If you want more information on any of the newer developments happening in The Glebe, get in touch and we'll keep you updated as we hear about anything in the works. The neighbourhood is committed to active transportation, and many people either walk or cycle to their work. There are 3 elementary schools: First Avenue Public School, Corpus Christi School, Mutchmor Public School And there is 1 secondary school: Glebe Collegiate Institute.

Current Statistics, Active Listings

Below you can see live stats for the Glebes' active listings

Active Properties
Address Beds Baths List Price DOM
225 Fourth Avenue 4 5 $1,950,000 2 days
155 Fifth Avenue 3 3 $1,050,000 2 days
384 Second Avenue 3 2 $1,175,000 8 days
8 Thornton Avenue 6 5 $2,295,000 9 days
39 Patterson Avenue 5 5 $1,300,000 23 days
30 Monkland Avenue 7 7 $2,350,000 23 days
305 Clemow Avenue 5 5 $1,999,000 29 days
12 Adelaide Street 5 3 $1,199,900 42 days
118 Holmwood Avenue Unit#1204 1 1 $589,900 49 days
1035 Bank Street Unit#1803 2 3 $1,800,000 56 days
10 Thornton Avenue 5 4 $1,839,000 56 days
364 Queen Elizabeth Drive Unit#101 3 3 $1,975,000 63 days
504 O'Connor Street 3 2 $1,495,000 73 days
Average: 4.0 3.7 $1,616,753 34 days
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