Ottawa Area & Neighbourhood Information
The Neighbourhood of Westboro, Ottawa
Westboro, often referred to as Westboro Village is located along the Ottawa River, with an excellent view of the Gatineau Hills. This vital community, with its lively street scene, is attracting Ottawa real estate buyers to the many condominium projects, such as the unique Westboro Station, in its village center. In addition, charming cottages line the Ottawa River north of Scott Street.
The Features and Amenities of Westboro
The two main commercial streets, Richmond Road and Churchill Avenue, offer trendy boutiques, yoga, restaurants and coffee shops, attracting a young and lively crowd. Murals painted by local artists liven the scene and Westboro residents enjoy outdoor sports, especially biking the cycling trails and navigating the whitewater rapids on the Ottawa River. A free music festival, Westfest, is held every June. The Maplelawn Garden, boasting the second oldest building in Ottawa (built in 1831) and designated a National Historic Site, is located at the western edge of the village.
The Original Restaurants of Westboro Village
The restaurants in Ottawa highlight the trendy, hip professionals who live in the area. No need for groceries anymore! Some of our favourites are:
- The Works - Custom burgers, don't forget your milkshake!
- DAVIDsTEA - Buttered rum to persimmon and plum, you will find your flavour
- Naked Fish Sushi - Simple sushi at its finest
Check out our extensive Westboro restaurant directory.
Recent Westboro Housing Activity
Housing prices range from $300,000 - $1,000,000.
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Westboro Real Estate Update
Westboro Neighbourhood Video - Population, History and Shopping
Want to know what it's like to live, shop and yoga in Westboro Neighbourhood? Watch this short video and see why the Westboro population has continued to grow throughout history.