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Country living just south of the city.

Just south of Ottawa lies some beautiful neighbourhoods. Some have quite affordable homes in rural neighbourhoods within a short drive of the city. Others have gorgeous mansions available.

Greely

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Greely is a quickly growing rural community in Osgoode Ward in the southern end of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Prior to amalgamation in 2001, it was part of the Township of Osgoode. It has been a part of the City of Ottawa since.

Greely is home to a set of tight-knit and unique communities throughout the village. Most homes sit on ½ acre to 2-acre (8,100 m2) lots. Some developers offer condominium-like amenities such as pools, tennis courts, man-made lakes, beaches, and small neighbourhood community centres within their residential communities. The Greely Community Centre hosts meetings and activities for the entire rural town. Every year, they organize a Winter Carnival and a renowned Canada Day celebration.

Throughout the last eight years Greely has seen a 58.7% increase in the number of dwellings. Greely’s increasingly rapid growth can be attributed to its rural atmosphere and easy access to Ottawa’s urban centre. Furthermore, Greely presently has several large areas of undeveloped land within its boundaries. Greely’s boundaries currently contain enough land for approximately twenty-two years of residential growth based on current development patterns. Popoulation 9,049.


Oldest house: Built in 1800.

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Manotick

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Manotick is a community in Rideau-Goulbourn Ward in the rural south part of the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Population 4,486 in 2016. 

The population in the village rebounded as Manotick came to be viewed by some as a bedroom community for Ottawa, joining the City of Ottawa in 2001.

With perceived overdevelopment of housing in south Ottawa, including the rapid growth of Barrhaven, Manotick strives to maintain its character and property values by carefully managing growth and working closely with developers. .

Oldest house: Built in 1849.
 

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Osgoode

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Osgoode is a population centre in Osgoode Ward in the rural south end of Ottawa, Ontario. It is located just 2km east of the Rideau River. Until amalgamation in 2001, it was located in Osgoode Township. Population 2,453 in 2011
Oldest house: Built in 1830.

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Kars

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Kars is a village on the Rideau River within the rural section of the city of Ottawa, Ontario. Prior to joining the city in 2000 it was part of Rideau Township.

Rideau Valley Air Park is located to the south of the village and is the base of operations for the Rideau Valley Soaring School.
Oldest house: Built in 1846.

 

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Metcalfe

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Metcalfe is a population centre located in Osgoode Ward, in the rural south-end of the city of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Prior to amalgamation in 2001, the community was in Osgoode Township. Population 1,763.

In the fall of 2008, parts of Metcalfe were used as sets in the filming of the Syfy television film Carny.

Metcalfe Golf Club

Metcalf Farmer's Market

Oldest house: Built in 1856.

 

North Gower

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North Gower is a small village in eastern Ontario, originally part of North Gower Township, now part of the city of Ottawa. Surrounding communities include Richmond, Kemptville, Kars and Manotick. Population 2,181
Oldest house: Built in 1850.
 

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Richmond

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Richmond is a village and former municipality within the city limits of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Founded in 1818, it spans the Jock River, a tributary of the Rideau River. Population 4,482 in 2011
Oldest house: Built in 1870.

 

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