Wellington Village

Wellington Village is known for its trendy, upscale, and vibrant community feel. It offers rich history, fantastic local resources, and amenities including an organic grocery store, restaurants and pubs, boutiques, and a mixture of new condos and mature properties. 

The neighbourhood is located west of Hintonburg, between Holland Avenue and Island Park Drive. It has excellent transit links, great schools and a real sense of community. It is popular with families, retirees, and young professionals alike. 

What is it Really Like to Live in Wellington Village? 

As you enter Wellington Village, you might do a double take, thinking you may have left Ottawa entirely. The neighbourhood has a fantastic small-town feel with many people exploring and carrying out their errands on foot. 

A short walk down the street and you’ll come across exceptional local amenities. Get crafty with supplies from Fabrications, discover ethical Canadian-made fashion at Victoire, try a vintage guitar or admire the beautiful pianos at Lauzon Music, or get your bike tuned up at Fresh Air Experience

In the evening, Wellington Village is just as locally-focused and active. Supply and Demand is our go-to for fresh seafood and exceptional pasta, or for an aesthetically pleasing night out, try Parlour, with its spacious design and fun take on eating out. Do you love brunch? There’s something for you in Wellington Village. Chesterfield’s Gastro Diner is lined up out the door on weekend mornings, while the Wellington Diner is the iconic greasy spoon in the area. 

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The area has a strong and active community association and business investment association, resulting in a vibrant and dynamic community perfect for anyone looking to live an active lifestyle. There are numerous galleries and studios in the area, because Wellington West has traditionally attracted many artisans and creatives. The Great Canadian Theatre Company is also located at the corner of Wellington and Holland. 

Although Wellington Village is predominantly urban, there are plenty of green spaces and parks in the area too. Iona Park is a popular walking park with its own skating rink in the winter while Hampton Park has an off-leash dog park and beautiful, tree-covered walking paths.

With its central location, Wellington Village residents can rely on public transport as well as great access to the city’s multi-use pathways. The bridge to Gatineau is also quite close, and Wellington Village also has quick and easy access to the parkways, offering even more opportunities for active users to enjoy the day. 

Is Wellington Village right for you? Contact us today to learn more about this fantastic community. 

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