Seen as one of Ottawa's condo hot spots, Woodroffe North, has a total of 6 condo buildings. These are comprised of 6 High-Rise & 1 Pre-Construction. There are limitless selections of condos for sale in Woodroffe North to call home. Condos for sale in Woodroffe North are on the market for an average of 46 days. Woodroffe North had 70 condos sold within it in 2020, an decrease of -11% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Woodroffe North had an average sale price of $$282,523 last year, an increase of 10% from the prior year. Woodroffe North is Somewhat Walkable with a walk score of 56. This neighbourhood is Very Bikeable with a bike score of 85. Good Transit is available in Woodroffe North. You can find the neighbourhoods of Woodpark and Carlingwood nearby.
Locals of Woodroffe North love dining at Moe's Famous Pizza. There is a surprising amount of green space with Deschenes Rapids and Ambleside Park in Woodroffe North.
Woodroffe North spans the area by the Ottawa River to Carling Ave. It is located in the Bay Ward in the west end of Ottawa, Ontario. Near Carling Ave, Woodroffe North runs along the western edge of the Carlingwood Mall. South of Carling Ave the area is busier, especially around the intersection with the Queensway. Woodroffe North is often considered to be a part of the larger neighbourhood of Westboro. The majority of homes in this neighbourhood were originally cottages. Many of the cottages have been torn down for more modern housing to be constructed.
Woodroffe North is comprised of residents of a variety of different ages and family structures. It is home to singles, young families with children, retirees and professionals. The total population of Woodroffe North is around 3,700 residents.
Woodroffe North is very close to the recreational pathways along the Ottawa River Parkway. It is also right between Brittana Park and Beach, and Westboro Beach. Residents enjoy the easy access to these beaches by bike, car or public transportation. Residents in Woodroffe North are very active. This is largely in part due to their close location to so many excellent public parks where they can enjoy and practice their hobbies.
The area contains a mixture of homes and several public institutions. These include, Woodroffe Ave United Church, Woodroffe Ave Public School, Carlingwood Shopping Center and the Carlingwood branch of the Ottawa Public Library. At Baseline Rd you can find Algonquin College, Ottawa's anglophone college and the College Square shopping plaza. Just to the west is Ben Franklin Place, in the heart of the community of Centrepointe, and the Baseline Station transit complex where it is easy to catch a bus to anywhere in the city.