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Bayshore

Bayshore Condos For Sale

The tranquil condo neighbourhood of Bayshore in Ottawa has awesome buildings to choose from with a total of 1 condo buildings. There is only 1 building style in the neighbourhood, 1 Mid-Rise. Bayshore offers some of Ottawa's most sought after condos for sale! Condos for sale in Bayshore are on the market for an average of 38 days. There were 12 condos sold in Bayshore in 2020. Bayshore saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 0% compared to the year before. Last year condos for sale in in Bayshore had an average sale price of $251,750, an increase of 27 % from the year before. This neighbourhood is Somewhat Walkable with a walk score of 58. Good Transit is available in Bayshore. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 85. You can find the neighbourhoods of Michelle Heights and Foster Farm nearby.

Grab some fresh goodies at nearby bakery, Cinnabon. There are some great cafes in Bayshore such as LUNA Crepes, Second Cup Coffee Co., and Real Fruit Bubble Tea. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of Mr Pretzels. Do you love to be outside? There are great parks in Bayshore such as Bayshore Park Community Garden and Oven, Bayshore Park, and Andrew Haydon Park. Shoppers Boulevard is a conveniently located pharmacy in Bayshore. There is great shopping at Job Bayshore. If you're a health and fitness fanatic, hopefully you are living in a condo building with a great gym. If not Accora Village - Ottawa Apartment Rentals is a super popular fitness center with locals. Animal enthusiasts, good news Pet World is in Bayshore. St. Rose of Lima Elementary School is a nearby schools for children living in Bayshore.

What to Expect

Bayshore is a neighbourhood in Bay Ward in the west end of Ottawa. It is bounded to the east by row houses off Bayshore Drive, Carling Avenue to the north, Holly Acres Drive and the neighbourhood of Lakeview to the west, and Ontario Highway 417 to the south.

The main street in Bayshore is Woodridge Crescent. The community features 10 high-rise apartment buildings, and a range of townhomes and garden homes.

Demographics

There is a mix of singles, families and lone parent households in the Bayshore neighbourhood. Many residents are University and College educated. Most of the population in the community features different ethnic groups.

Within the bounds of the community there are two elementary schools. Bayshore Public School is an English Public elementary school providing Junior and Senior Kindergarten as well as grades 1-5. The school's programs include a Regular English Program and an English as a Second Language program. Parent resources are available in Arabic, Chinese Simplified, Chinese Traditional, Persian, Polish, Punjabi and Urdu. St. Rose of Lima School (formerly Bayshore Catholic School) is a somewhat smaller English Catholic elementary school providing Junior and Senior Kindergarten as well as grades 1-6. The school's programs include English, and French Immersion programs

Lifestyle

Bayshore is truly a community geared towards families and children.


The neighborhood has a local center called The Accora Centre which offers its residents a recreation complex that holds an indoor pool, gymnasium, weight room, lounge, and party rooms. 

In 2014 the Ottawa Senators Foundation, in partnership with Ferguslea Properties and the City of Ottawa, built a Rink of Dreams, which includes new boards, fencing, hockey nets in the winter and basketball nets in the summer.

What you'll love

The main attraction in this neighbourhood is the revitalized Bayshore Shopping Centre. The Bayshore mall underwent an extensive renovation that included a new parking garage, updates to the aesthetics of the mall, and the addition of several popular stores such as H&M, Victoria's Secret, Zara and Walmart.


There is a large movie theater owned by Cineplex Entertainment called "Cineplex Cinemas", previously called "the Coliseum" on Carling Avenue just outside the neighborhood.


Residents can connect to the city east and west, north or south using the Bayshore transit station.