1155 Gordon St. in Guelph
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1155 Gordon St. is home to two-storey townhouses located in the Kortright West neighbourhood of Guelph’s vibrant South-End.
There is lots to love about 1155 Gordon. Only a few blocks away is the closest elementary school and a short distance further the University of Guelph. Even closer, within the townhouse complex, you can find spacious common-use lawn areas shaded by trees.
Property Style – two-storey condo townhouses.
Bedrooms – varies from three to four, perfect for small-medium sized families or couples/singles looking for a spacious home.
Bathrooms – varies from one to three.
Square footage – varies from approximately 1200-1300 square feet.
Year Built – 2004.
Neighbourhood – Kortright West
Kortright West is home to many greenspaces – from bike trails to footpaths and family-friendly parks, the area is virtually inexhaustible in its potential for day outings and exercise, whatever that might look like for you.
See the nature section below for our most noteworthy greenspace and park picks in the Kortright West neighbourhood.
Home to a diverse population including students, seniors and families of all sizes.
A great location for investment – given Guelph’s large student population, and a close proximity to the university, properties at 1155 Gordon are ideal for student rentals.
1155 Gordon is only a three-minute drive from Rickson Ridge Public School, making it a perfect location for families with young children.
Only a four-minute drive from the University of Guelph.
Ten-minute drive to Downtown Guelph, home to many wonderful restaurants and shops.
This location is highly accessible – close by is Highway 6, one of Guelph’s major roadways, which connects to Highway 401. Commuting to major cities like Toronto is thus a stress-free process, and so too is commuting to closer cities like Kitchener or Waterloo.
Just down the street are two bus stops – one southbound and one northbound – making travel to major destinations like the University of Guelph or the downtown area easy for carless commuters too.
We weren’t kidding when we said that Kortright West is virtually inexhaustible in its greenspaces and parks. The list below is not exhaustive, but these are the most notable locations nearby:
Bathgate Drive Park (only a five-minute walk away) is a perfect spot to take the kids for an afternoon of play.
Preservation Park Field, a nature preserve, is less than a five-minute drive away. This sprawling greenspace has an 8km long trail along its permitter, some of which is a boardwalk, and a massive field.
A three-minute drive can take you to Rickson Park, which has three baseball diamonds and a playground, and lots of field space for other activities.
Oak Street Park, MacAlister Park, and Yewholme Park are also short drives away; all of them home to more fields and playgrounds.
Near the University of Guelph, which we mentioned is less than a five-minute drive away, you can get lost at The Arboretum, a botanical garden home to interesting vegetation and animals.
1155 Gordon St. is a seven-minute drive from Stone Road Mall, Guelph’s largest shopping centre with more than 150 stores.
Just down the street from the townhouse complex is a strip mall with more than twenty storefronts: groceries, clothes and meals are only a short drive (or walk) away.
Guelph’s South-End is home to schools at every level – elementary, secondary, and of course the famous post-secondary University of Guelph. Below is an exhaustive list of schools in the area, all within a fifteen-minute drive from 1155 Gordon St.
Public Elementary Schools:
Rickson Ridge Public School (0.64km away)
Ecole Arbour Vista Public School (1.55km)
Jean Little Public School (1.57km)
Sir Isaac Brock Public School (1.76km)
Fred A Hamilton Public School (2.18km)
Westminster Woods Public School (2.32km)
Priory Park Public School (2.84km)
Kortright Hills Public School (3.35km)
John McCrae Public School (3.28km)
Ecole Guelph Lake Public School (3.84km)
Central Public School (4.83km)
Ecole King George Public School (5.27km)
John Galt Public School (5.27km)
William C. Winegard Public School (5.34km)
Paisley Road Public School (5.35km)
Gateway Drive Public School (5.54km)
Taylor Evans Public School (5.75km)
Ottawa Crescent Public School (5.89km)
Victory Public School (6km)
Ken Danby Public School (6.06km)
Catholic Elementary Schools:
St. Michael Catholic School (1.33km away)
St. Paul Catholic School (1.83km)
St. Ignatius of Loyola Catholic School (2.08km)
EEC Saint-Rene-Goupil (3.02km)
Mary Phelan Catholic School (3.26km)
Sacred Heart Catholic School (4.09km)
St. John Catholic School (5.25km)
St. Joseph Catholic School (5.43km)
Holy Trinity Catholic School (5.98km)
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School (6.2km)
St. Peter Catholic School (6.42km)
Holy Rosary Catholic School (6.47km)
St. Patrick Catholic School (7.78km)
Public High Schools (including vocational education centres):
Wellington Centre for Continuing Education (1.02km away)
Centennial Collegiate and Vocational Institute (3.31km)
College Heights Secondary School (3.47km)
Guelph Collegiate and Vocational Institute (5.07km)
John F. Ross Collegiate and Vocational Institute (5.91km)
Catholic High Schools:
Bishop Macdonell Catholic Secondary School (2.62km away)
St. John Bosco Catholic School (4.59km)
St. James Catholic School (5.19km)
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (6km)
Post-Secondary Institutions (Universities and Colleges):
University of Guelph (2.8km away)
Conestoga College Guelph Campus (10.2km)
Historical / Cultural Landmarks
Church of Our Lady Immaculate: only a ten-minute drive away, this beautiful stone cathedral is one of Guelph’s most visited historic sites.
What’s also a ten-minute drive away is The Donkey Sanctuary of Canada, a great location for curious children and adults alike.
University of Guelph Arboretum (details mentioned above in nature section).
Guelph Civic Museum: home to Guelph’s most cherished historical relics and a featured beer exhibit.
Guelph Market Square.
McCrae House: the birthplace of John McCrae, who you might know for his poem “In Flanders Fields.”
St. George’s Anglican Church: another beautiful stone cathedral.
The Sleeman Centre: home arena of Guelph’s very own OHL (Ontario Hockey League) team, the Guelph Storm.
Guelph has one of the lowest unemployment rates in Canada. This is largely credited to the high number of manufacturing jobs in the region, and most notably to Linamar, who employs more than 12,000 people in Guelph.
What’s more, the manufacturing industry in Guelph continues to grow year over year!
Agriculture is another notable industry in Guelph.
Education (many opportunities for teachers at the elementary/secondary level, and also for PhD students and researchers at the University level).
Located near one of Ontario’s best universities and a short drive from more shops and greenspaces than one could hope to explore, 1155 Gordon St. is perfect for investors and prospective homeowners.
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