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Once a part of Nepean Township, and later the city of Nepean, Bells Corners was named after tavern owner Hugh Bell. Originally located on Richmond Road, most of Bells Corners was destroyed by fire in 1870, and slowly rebuilt. Until the 1950s, the area was primarily rural with little commercial presence. Although the rural charm has remained, Bells Corners has developed significantly, with a number of retailers and services along its main gateway, Robertson Road.
A suburban community located in the southern area of Ottawa, Bells Corners is an excellent neighbourhood to call home with a variety of schools, parks, and recreational activities.
Bells Corners Schools
The neighbourhood features five schools - a public and a Catholic elementary school, a public intermediate school, and a public and a French Catholic high school.
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board
- Bells Corners Public School
- D. Aubrey Moodie Intermediate School
- Bell High School
- Our Lady of Peace Elementary School
Collège catholique Franco-Ouest
What to Do in Bells Corners
Bells Corners offers a variety of green space, with nine parks in the community (Arnold, Entrance, George Wilson, Lynwood, Priam Way, Quinpool, Trevor, Westcliffe, and Williams Parks). Entrance Park offers an outdoor public swimming pool.
Two tennis clubs are available in the neighbourhood: the Lynwood Park Tennis Club and the Valleystream Tennis Club, both located on Richmond Road, offering various membership options and club activities. Interested in skating and ice hockey? You can also find the Bell Centennial Arena with two seasonal outdoor rinks, providing the ultimate destination for skating and ice hockey.
The commercial areas along Richmond and Robertson Roads feature a number of restaurants, strip malls, and shopping plazas. Restaurants in the area include:
- Cyranos Restaurant - offers modern Italian and Mediterranean cuisine
- Lapointe Seafood Grill - a great spot for fresh fish and seafood
- Mongolian Village - create your own masterpiece from a great variety of meats, noodles, sauces, and seasonings
- Sukhothai - a great option for your favourite Thai food
Getting Around Bells Corners
Bells Corners provides easy access to the city or to Kanata's high-tech core via the 417 or OC Transpo. Routes 118, 199, and 69 are available in the neighbourhood.
Interested in making Bells Corners your neighbourhood? Drop us a line or give us a call at (613) 238-2801.
Buy Your New House or Condo in This Neighbourhood
Affordable Housing in Bells Corners
Housing in Bells Corners is quite affordable, with single-family homes ranging in price from $259,900 to over $439,000. Condos range from $174,900 to $200,000.
A majority of the neighbourhoods home are located in Lynwood Village (Bells Corners East), built in the 1950s and early 1960s. There are approximately 1700 homes in Lynwood Village. To the west of Lynwood Village, you will find Westcliffe Estates, a growing community founded in 1969.
Bells Corners Quarterly Sales Stats
Bells Corners Historical Sales Stats