Known as one of Ottawa's more secluded areas, Beaverbrook, has a total of 4 condo buildings. These are comprised of 2 Mid-Rise, 1 Low-Rise and 1 High-Rise. Beaverbrook offers some of Ottawa's most sought after condos for sale! Condos for sale in Beaverbrook spend an average of 43 days on market. Beaverbrook had 15 condos sold within it in 2020, an increase of 0% compared to the year before. Last year condos for sale in in Beaverbrook had an average sale price of $319,233, an increase of 24 % from the year before. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 76. Some Transit is available in Beaverbrook. Beaverbrook is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 45. You can find the neighbourhoods of Kanata Business Park and Heritage Hills nearby.
Whether you are looking for brunch, a quick snack or a quality dinner Beaverbrook has plenty of options like Soup'er Sandwich and Jade Yi's Kitchen. You can spend the afternoon enjoying the outdoors at parks in Beaverbrook like Tom Thomson Park and Varley Park. There are always new exhibits and events happening at Kanata Civic Art Gallery and Peter colbert sketches. Local schools of Beaverbrook include Stephen Leacock Public School and W. Erskine Johnston Public School.
Beaverbrook is a suburban neighbourhood in Kanata North Ward in the city of Ottawa. The neighbourhood is bounded by the Kanata North Business Park to the north, March Road to the east, Campeau Drive to the south and Knudson Avenue & Weslock Way to the west.
Beaverbook is the first and oldest residential neighbourhood in Kanata. The area was an agricultural part of March Township until the 1960s when developer and planner Bill Teron set about creating a planned Garden City community. The city centre didn't grow as originally planned, but eventually with its residences, hi-tech businesses, and commercial services, in 1978 it was incorporated as the City of Kanata. Beaverbrook is named after Sir Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook.
Residents are culturally diverse, predominately university and college educated who work in the sales, service, and white-collar job sector. The area has three publics schools and one high school; Earl of March Secondary School, Stephen Leacock Public School, W. Erskine Johnston Public School, Roland Michener Public School and Georges Vanier Catholic School. There is also a private school in Beaverbrook, Kanata Academy, originally established in 1996 which offers preschool through Grade 12.
Beaverbook is a tight knit community with a lot of charm.
The Kanata Beaverbrook Community Association organizes great events like the Beaverbrook Farm Stand and work together on projects that benefit the community.
This is a thriving community with houses and streets designed in a park-like setting. It is one of the most desirable communities in Kanata. Beaverbrook is known for its lush green space, beautiful mature trees, large residential lots, walking paths, parkland, superb recreational facilities and proximity to schools, shopping and all amenities.