10 Ellen St. E in Kitchener
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Townhomes for Sale at 10 Ellen Street in Kitchener
10 Ellen Street is a mid-rise, 6 storey condominium apartment building located in the historic Civic Centre / Downtown area of Kitchener. Amenities for this building include a games room, party room, fitness center, storage lockers, in-suite laundry, and visitor parking.
What you’ll love about 10 Ellen Street is the accessibility to nearby amenities including community parks, public library, schools for all ages, variety of stores, and entertainment venues. This site is close to the heart of downtown Kitchener with just enough distance for a quiet neighbourhood feeling.
Property Style – Mid-rise condominium apartments have all the safety features of an apartment building, while still allowing a unique space for you and your family to call home. Units are spacious and bright with large windows and a functional, open floor plan.
Bedrooms – There may be 1-3 bedrooms included in the condominium – perfect for the growing family, students or young professionals, or those who are looking to downsize.
Bathrooms – There may be 1-4 bathrooms included in the condominium (including half bathrooms).
Square footage – The overall size of the condominium may vary between 600-1800 sq ft – this allows ample room for a professional or retired single or couple, students, or a young family.
Year Built – This condominium apartment building was built in 1989 and has been very well-maintained through the years.
Neighbourhood – The Civic Centre area of Kitchener is a vibrant and diverse community full of historic homes and modern conveniences. A short walk will get you to Downtown Kitchener and the Conestoga College Campus. Right across the street you’ll find the main branch of the public library, the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery and Centre in the Square – which is famous for its shows and concerts all year round. The Museum is about 10 minutes walk away and has something of interest for people of all ages and stages in life. Chicopee Tube Park is also about 10 minutes away. Bingemans is about 5 minutes away for your family to enjoy the water park and mini golf course.
10 Ellen Street is located in a unique spot, right on the edge of the downtown core and the surrounding suburbs. Residents feel like they have all the necessities and comforts they need within a few blocks of home, while they also have the option to easily explore the rest of the tri-city area and all it has to offer in terms of recreation, leisure, and culture.
A bus transit stop is available just a minute’s walk away, and rail transit is available less than 1 km away. The Kitchener Train Station is less than 3 minutes drive away and offers access to GO and VIA transportation options. King Street, Fischer-Hallman Road, and Homer Watson Boulevard are all about 10 minutes away. Victoria Street / Hwy 7 is about 1 minute drive away, and provides easy access to the nearby city of Guelph. 10 Ellen Street is also about 10 minutes drive from Waterloo and about 25 minutes drive from Cambridge.
There are many parks for you and your family to enjoy within a short walk from 10 Ellen Street. Civic Centre Park is less than 5 minute walk away and features a memorial to fallen firefighters along with a fire-fighting playground theme. Weber Park is about 12 minutes walk and features a seasonal outdoor ice rink, community garden, horseshoe pits, playground, basketball court, public piano, and edible forest! Victoria Park is Kitchener’s oldest park (opened in 1896) and is located about 20 minutes walk away. This park features the original iron bridge (along with many other bridges over waterways), historic pavilion, bandstand and boathouse, clock tower, and hundreds of flowers, trees, and shrubs. Enjoy seasonal light displays and outdoor ice rinks, splashpad, playground, basketball courts, and picnic areas. The Iron Horse Trail is accessed through Victoria Park.
The Frederick Street Mall is located less than 5 minutes drive away and includes a grocery store, thrift store, pharmacy, and electric go-kart track! The downtown Kitchener core is less than 15 minutes walk away and there you’ll find everything you need for daily life or for the night life. At 10 Ellen Street you really are in the middle of all Kitchener has to offer and all you need is either a short walk or a short drive away. Big box stores can be found less than 15 minutes drive away, as well as St. Jacobs Market and outlet stores. The Boardwalk (an open-air shopping center), Fairview Mall, and Conestoga Mall all offer more than 100 stores and are located 10 – 15 minutes drive away.
There are schools for all ages through kindergarten to university in this area of Kitchener.
Suddaby Public School
Empire Public School
St. Teresa Catholic Elementary School
Cameron Heights Secondary School
Bluevale Collegiate Institute
Wilfrid Laurier University
University of Waterloo
Conestoga College – Kitchener Downtown Campus
Historical / Cultural Landmarks
Within a few minutes of driving from 10 Ellen Street you’ll find some of the area’s amazing sights and landmarks. Doon Heritage Village (60 acres of living history in the rural Waterloo region circa 1914) and Waterloo Pioneers Memorial Tower (commemorating the first Mennonite families to arrive from Pennsylvania in the early 1800s) are less than 15 minutes away, Woodside National Historic Site (boyhood home of William Lyon Mackenzie King – Canada’s 10th Prime Minister) is less than 2 minutes away, and the historic churches St. Mary Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows and St. Paul’s Lutheran are less than 5 minutes away.
The main employers in the region are Toyota Manufacturing and the Sunlife and Manulife Financial companies. Google and D2L are also major employers, and within a 5 minute drive away. The universities (Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier), along with the Waterloo Region District School Board and Grand River Hospital employ many people in the region as well.
Consider the possibilities for investment here – these homes would meet the needs of a diverse range of potential renters – from single commuters to newly-marrieds to a family with young children to students to retired persons – this area is perfectly suited for all of the above. Schools, stores, parks, entertainment venues, easy commuter access, and much more can meet the needs of a wide variety of people.
From both a real estate and lifestyle perspective, this area is rich with potential for you and your family. If you have any questions about 10 Ellen Street or about real estate in general, please don’t hesitate to contact us.