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Jean Richer & Irene Bilinski
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Located to the west of downtown Ottawa, Hintonburg's eastern boundary is marked by O-Train tracks, with the neighbourhood of Centretown West beyond. To the west is Holland Ave, to the south, the Queensway (Hwy 417), while the northern periphery of the Transitway, or the old CPRail mainline is shared with the Mechanicsville neighbourhood. One of Ottawa's oldest neighbourhoods, it was named after the original civic official and long time shopkeeper, Joseph Hinton. From the original subdivisions in the 1850's, this community became a part of Ottawa in 1907, enjoying a long history of industrial development and prosperity. Maintaining much of its working class character, this beautiful, dynamic and historical neighbourhood is often voted one of Ottawa's best. Southern Hintonburg adjoins the Civic Hospital area, and is largely middle to upper- middle class residential. Despite their modest size, many of the original working class homes in this area have become very expensive due to their proximity to the trendy restaurants and shops of neighbouring Wellington Village. This urban renewal will continue as nearby neighbourhoods of Westboro and Wellington become more affluent. Five schools and a public library are the pride of the active community association, who help support this artful and historical community. Within walking distance to all the amenities on Wellington St., and a quick drive to the downtown core and the Hwy 417, the rest of the city is easily accessible. With one of the city's main O-Train stations located at the north east corner of the community, and excess of bus and train routes are available.

For more information concerning Hintonburgh, contact one of our Ottawa Living Real Estate Sales Representatives at 613.288.9144 and let us show you a few homes to make your own.


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