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Beacon Hill South Condos For Sale

The vibrant condo neighbourhood of Beacon Hill South in Ottawa has many great buildings to choose from with a total of 7 condo buildings.These are made up of 4 Low-Rise & 3 High-Rise. There are limitless selections of condos for sale in Beacon Hill South to call home. Condos for sale in Beacon Hill South are on the market for an average of 43 days. There were 51 condos sold in Beacon Hill South in 2020. Beacon Hill South saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 70% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Beacon Hill South had an average sale price of $$188,470 last year, an increase of 38% from the prior year. This neighbourhood is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 37. Some Transit is available in Beacon Hill South. This neighbourhood is Bikeable with a bike score of 57. You can find the neighbourhoods of Lassiter Terrace and Beacon Hill North nearby.

Grab some fresh goodies at nearby bakery, Petits Macarons. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Lotus Community Corner in the hood. Groceries are close-at-hand with supermarket Metro in Beacon Hill South. Locals recommend eating at OMB and Lotus Community Corner in Beacon Hill South - they have great food! There is a surprising amount of green space with Ogilvie South Park in Beacon Hill South. You can find pharmacies Pharmasave Ogilvie Square and Shoppers Drug Mart within walking distance. There is great shopping at Shoppers City East. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Rothwell Gallery and Framing Ottawa. The local schools in Beacon Hill South is St. Brother Andre Elementary School.

What to Expect

Beacon Hill is a neighbourhood located in Beacon Hill-Cyrville Ward in the east end of Ottawa. Beacon Hill was a part of the City of Gloucester until it was amalgamated with the new city of Ottawa in 2001.

Beacon Hill is a primarily residential area, built in the 1960s and '70s. It consists of two parts, Beacon Hill North and Beacon Hill South, divided by Montreal Road. 

It is bounded on the east by the Greenbelt, including the Green's Creek ravine, to the south by Highway 174, and on the west by the older neighbourhoods of Cardinal Heights (south of Montreal Road) and Rothwell Heights (north of Montreal Road). 

It is most likely that the community drew its name from a lighthouse on the Ottawa River located downstream from Duck Island. It is thought that the light from the river could be seen from Naskapi Dr (the top of the hill), hence Beacon Hill. Though the lighthouse is no longer in use, its foundation is still visible from the bike path.


Residents are established professionals with University degrees and large families, typically with teens or university-aged children.  Many work as managers, scientists, public service employees and earn above average incomes.

There are three high schools in Beacon Hill. They consist of Gloucester High School, Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School and Colonel by Secondary School, one of Ottawa’s best public high school. Colonel by Secondary School has been rated Ottawa’s best secondary school by the Fraser Institute, both for its raw academic results and for ‘adding value,’ achieving better results than expected. In 2015 Colonel By was ranked as the fourth best academic school in Ontario by The Fraser Institute.


Residents of Beacon Hill are active and enjoy life.  Outdoors they run, bike and walk on paths, trails and the Rockliffe Parkway.  Residents have a wide range of choices available for indoor fitness such as the Gloucester Wave Pool, GoodLife Fitness, Fit 4 Less and the Earl Armstrong Arena. 

In the Beacon Hill area, you’ll find the headquarters of Canada’s National Research Council and its large scientific research campus.

You won’t find many big box stores, shops or restaurants in Beacon Hill North.  

What you'll love

Bragging rights are in order!  Notable Beacon Hill residents, past and present include:

  • NHL hockey player, Grant Clitsome
  • International film star, Tom Cruise (who was known as Thomas Mapother then) attended Henry Munro Middle School in the early 1970s
  • Comedian, Tom Green
  • Singer, Bryan Adams attended Henry Munro Middle School and Colonel By Secondary School in the early 1970s
  • Comedian, Norm MacDonald
  • Playwright, Jordan Tannahill