1989 OTTAWA Street Unit# 66E, Kitchener, N2G0G7
1989 OTTAWA Street, Kitchener, Ontario N2G0G7
#66E -1989 OTTAWA ST S, Kitchener, N2G0G7
1989 Ottawa Street, Kitchener, Ontario N2G0G7
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About the Townhomes at 1989 Ottawa St. S in Kitchener
1989 Ottawa Street is a townhouse subdivision built in 2016 and located in the Laurentian West area. It is part of the southernmost corner of Kitchener, Ontario. Spacious as they are versatile, these homes are suitable for families of all compositions and sizes. From the number of bathrooms to the style of basement, there’s something for everyone at 1989 Ottawa Street and the surrounding areas.
If shopping is your forté, the Boardwalk and Sunrise Plaza are the places for you. If walking trails and observing animal specimens that are hard to find in the city are a hobby or passion of yours, you’ll find solace in the Boardwalk trails as well as the Borden and Laurentian wetlands. The country roads are also simply pleasant for going on evening drives through the fields, of which there is plenty in the surrounding areas.
Size – The size of each home varies depending on the unit, but they vary in size with the smallest being 850 square feet and the largest being 1688 square feet above grade. Needless to say, there is a variety of options to choose from depending on the number of residents.
Bedrooms – Though there are up to 3 bedrooms, some units have an additional den which can count towards 4 rooms in total. The smallest units still have 2 bedrooms, however. There are quite a few options for bathrooms ranging from one bathroom to one and a half, two and a half, and even three and a half bathrooms in total.
Basements – Whether basements are walk-up or walk-out varies depending on the unit.
These houses are stacked townhomes featuring a variety of layouts including bungalow single-floor style, two-storey, and two and a half storeys.
One of the major attractions of these homes is that they are close to the Boardwalk.
The boardwalk is one of the biggest major shopping and entertainment powerhouses of the Kitchener-Waterloo area with a shopping mall, theatre, medical centre, and much more. It is said to be home to 99 stores and restaurants covering a very large variety of goods and services that can be bought.
From banking to fast food, from the cinema to organic grocery stores, and much much more The Boardwalk is truly a one-stop shop for any and all household and recreational needs that a family may have.
It’s not only a shopping district but also boasts a number of great trails, moving sculptures, and a seasonal splash pad which make it a suitable area for both something as simple and calm as an evening walk or as frivolous and busy as shopping spree.
There are many schools near the area but to name just three, there are Forest Hills Public School, Driftwood Public School, and most notably, Forest Heights Collegiate Institute. Forest Heights is not only a versatile school for high schoolers but also a community hub that hosts people of many varieties with its public pool and the Kitchener Public Library.
Forest Heights Pool – There are two fully indoor pools, one being a 25 metre, 6 lane lap pool and the other people a smaller warm pool. Though the bigger pool is a lap pool it boasts a substantial depth which makes it suitable for various activities besides just lane swimming. This pool has historically served as the Waterloo Region Artistic Swimming Club’s practice venue.
The Laurentian and Trussler Areas
Nature – The Laurentian wetlands and the Borden wetlands are the two main sanctuaries of nature in the area and are both beautiful to enjoy as well as important to have for the local ecosystem.
Wetlands are important for biodiversity and also help with flood control, so the area is quite safe in terms of flood avoidance. The biodiversity of the wetlands also ensures that there is a fascinating variety of waterfowl, reptiles, and fish that can be spotted in the area creating a diverse and enriching environment.
These lush, environmentally protected strips of nature are also massively important for filtering the rainwater in our area, and when so much of our leisure and logistical needs are fulfilled by the Grand River, they’re pretty cool to explore and marvel at. They are also one of the strongholds against climate change that Canada holds and are a reminder of the complex inner workings of nature that we live in.
There are also many explorable natural areas nearby such as the Forest Heights community trail, Lakeside park, Meinzinger park, Huron Natural area, Lakeside park, and Mclennan park. Mclennan park serves as the local toboggan hill and is renowned as the “Mecca of toboggan hills” among the local children.
Transportation – There is easy access to the 401 Highway through Trussler or Fischer Hallman with Trussler and Bleams. These roads serve as the aterial hubs of the area which provide easy out-of-town access.
1989 Ottawa street south is at the nexus of Williamsburg, Forest Heights, Highland West, Trussler, and is on the edge of town near Manheim.
Williamsburg is a notable area of Kitchener-Waterloo because it was designed to be a self-contained bubble complete with a child care centre, elementary school, post office, mechanic shop, community centre, and grocery store as well as other facilities such as banks, restaurants, and gas stations.
In short, nearly all the household needs of a Williamsburg resident can be taken care of within a short walk’s distance. This benefits the surrounding areas, including 1989 Ottawa Street South since all of these facilities are only 6 minutes away by car.
Similarly, the Forest Heights Area which is only 5 minutes away by car has the Sunrise Centre which has the added advantage of having multiple clothing outlets as well as a hardware store. Needless to say, these two areas alone ensure that one does not need to go far in order to buy what they need for their household needs.
Overall, 1989 Ottawa Street South is situated at the hub of culture, leisure, work, and business with so many potential places to explore within a rock’s throw with plenty of diverse options as to what kind of home to purchase.
Whichever unit one buys, it’s sure to have a magnificent view as the entire division is surrounded by open fields and clear horizon lines.