Note: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, physical viewings of the unit may be available to those who complete an application. Instead, for those who are interested, on-line videos are available upon request. Local venues listed below are not open at this time due to Covid-19.
Three bedroom house with hardwood floors and partially finished basement ideal for home entertainment space or home fitness area. Kitchen is being completely renovated (cabinets, floors, lighting) over the summer 2021. Back porch is being renovated and incorporate into the main house as well. Main and second floors are also being repainted as part of the refurbishing.
Located on quiet cul-de-sac on the edge of the centre of the city. A short walk to the shops and restaurants of Preston Street, Little Italy, Chinatown and Wellington Street. Walking distance to federal government complexes at Tunney’s Pasture and NRCan’s Booth Street complex.
Parking (for one vehicle)
Fridge, stove, washer and dryer
House was completely re-wired, top to bottom, and electrical system upgraded in 2010, making the place more convenient for those who may work from home
Furnace and hot water tank are heated by Natural Gas.
House was re-insulated (May 2011)
OC Transpo’s number 14 to downtown is a half-block away.
O-Train Gladstone (Corso Italia) Station is two blocks away
Live-theatre cultural venues of The Gladstone and Great Canadian Theatre Company (GCTC) are close-by.
Comedy clubs Yuk-Yuks and Absolute Comedy situated on Preston Street.
City of Ottawa’s Plant Recreation Centre with weight room and indoor pool is a 10 minute walk away.
Dow’s Lake Pavilion, Rideau Canal and the Experimental Farm are within walking distance
Ottawa-Gatineau’s network of cycling paths along the Ottawa River are close-by
French immersion public elementary school is two blocks away
Inside catchment for Glebe Collegiate (9~12)
$2,100 per month plus utilities*. Available September 1st
*Estimated utility costs based on landlord’s unit at 190 Breezehill:
If you would like an application, please email: LalondeData@outlook.com.
We will be asking for credit history information. There are two organizations in Canada that have your credit history. One is called Equifax. The other is called Transunion. It is free to obtain a copy.
Here is the Government of Canada site that talks about how you can obtain a report.
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