Discover life in Nepean:

An Exciting Community to Call Home

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(based on OREB stats 2020/ Areas:

7001, 7002, 7003, 7004, 7101, 7102, 7201, 7202, 7203, 7204, 7301,7302, 7401, 7402,7403, 7404, 7501, 7502, 7503, 7504, 7505, 7601, 7602, 7603, 7604, 7605, 7606, 7607,7701, 7702, 7703, 7704, 7705, 7706, 7707, 7708, 7709, 7710, 7711, 7801, 7802, 7803,7804, 7805, 7806, 7807, 7901 )

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Nepean, the City within a City

Nepean is a unique community within Ottawa. It was established in 1792 and remained its own entity until it was incorporated as a city on November 24, 1978. It was an independent city until amalgamation with the Regional Municipality of Ottawa–Carleton. Then, in 2001, it became part of Ottawa. However, the name “Nepean” continues in common usage about the area. Many people still say they live in the city of Nepean.

Neighbourhoods:

Crystal Beach, Lakeview Park, Bayshore, Bruce Farm, Graham Park, Qualicum, City View, Skyline, Fisher Heights, Parkwood Hills, Merivale Industrial Park, Citiplace, Rideau Shore, St. Claire Gardens, Meadowlands, Crestview, Rideau Heights, Industrial Park, Pineglen, Country Place, Ashdale, Rideau Glen, Merivale Gardens, Grenfell Glen, Leslie Park, Briargreen, Sheahan Estates, Trend Village, Craig Henry, Woodvale, Arlington Woods, Manordale, Centrepointe, Barrhaven, Pheasant Run, Knollsbrook, Cedargrove, Fraserdale, Heritage Park, Barrhaven on the Green, Longfields, Hearts Desire, Stonebridge, Half Moon Bay, Bellwood, Westcliffe Estates, Bells Corners, Lynwood Village, Arbeatha Park, Cedar Hill, Orchard Estates, Fallowfield

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Reasons to move to Nepean

A diverse and growing community that is proud of its history but is growing and developing
There are many well-paid jobs within a very short distance of the many neighbourhoods
All services are available, including schools, pharmacies, health care resources, sports and recreational facilities

Excellent selection of older and brand-new single homes, duplex homes, seniors’ bungalows and many new homes in different developments

Ideal for remote working from home, while close to the office when required

NEPEAN

REAL ESTATE 2020

Average Sale Price Residential & Condominium Combined : $536,046

Up 19% over 2019

* based on MLS districts

7001, 7002, 7003, 7004, 7101, 7102, 7201, 7202, 7203, 7204, 7301,7302, 7401, 7402,7403, 7404, 7501, 7502, 7503, 7504, 7505, 7601, 7602, 7603, 7604, 7605, 7606, 7607,7701, 7702, 7703, 7704, 7705, 7706, 7707, 7708, 7709, 7710, 7711, 7801, 7802, 7803,7804, 7805, 7806, 7807, 7901

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The Exciting “City” to Call Home

Nepean has it all, a proud history, strong economy,  great jobs, and all the schools, services, shopping, sports and recreation facilities that any family could want. You will also find the house and neighbourhoods that are perfect for you and your family. Nepean has everything you and your family will ever need to be happy in your home and the community.

Sports and Recreation

The residents of Nepean have excellent access to every in and outdoor sport available locally. The Nepean Sportsplex is one of the sports and recreation centres for the community. It is a multi-purpose facility serving residents in Ottawa for over 40 years.

The Sportsplex hosts 30-plus regional, provincial, national and international sporting events and 35 special events per year. The facility serves over 1.5 million clients annually, who enjoy any of the following amenities: An impressive aquatic centre with a 50-metre Olympic pool with diving towers and springboards, a 25-metre family pool, a children’s wading pool and a therapeutic whirlpool.

The centre also features three North American size rinks and a ten-sheet curling centre, a 3,000 sq. feet weight room and fitness centre including four squash courts, a studio and gymnasium as well as a large outdoor sports field area featuring two baseball diamonds, a soccer field, the Minto sports field turf, a lawn bowling turf and a pavilion as well as outdoor fitness trails. It is best to check with the City of Ottawa Parks and Recreation website for all the facilities available.

The Seniors Centre offers activities for adults 50+, while the Visual Arts Centre provides all visual arts programs. General interest programs complete the options available.

Shopping in Nepean

Merivale Road is one of the retail centres of Nepean. You will find many smaller shops as well as big-box stores. Colonnade Road Business Park is to the West of Merivale Road and South of Borden Farm. Many businesses are located along its two branches, including some federal offices such as the Public Health Agency of Canada and Canadian Corps of Commissionaires, and an OC Transpo bus depot. Hunt Club West hosts a large auto mall, big box stores, PetSmart, Costco’s Canadian headquarters, and one of its retail locations.

Bells Corners is another excellent area for shopping. Bells Corners has its own proud history that is older than Canada itself; Bells Corners comprises some 300+ businesses and is a significant part of Nepean and the City of Ottawa.

Stretching from the Thorncliffe Bridge to Westcliffe Bridge, from Stafford Road and Northside Road along Robertson Road, Bells Corners is where you meet for coffee or go to enjoy a bite to eat; stop to shop or visit with neighbours to catch up on local events.

Nepean’s Favourite Restaurants

Nepean is very fortunate to have great restaurants that appeal to every culinary desire. The following are just three of the many available.

Zolas Restaurant

The first Ottawa Italian Restaurant in the West end to have an exhibition-style/open kitchen concept. Zola’s offers its clients an experience in modern Italian cuisine in relaxed, tasteful surroundings. They offer fresh-made pasta and a take-out menu. Their famous rolls are baked fresh every day.

Cozmos Souvlaki

Outstanding Greek dishes such as Gyro and Souvlaki are some of the favourites. They are famous for the family platters. The portions are very generous, and the food is excellent. The Tzaziki is terrific, and the pitas are some of the best in Ottawa

Summerhays Grill

The Grill was opened in 2000 and has been a community favourite ever since. They are open 365 days a year and offer breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food is of very high quality and the staff always greet you like an old friend.

Where To Live In Nepean?

Over the long and impressive growth of Nepean, more and more neighbourhoods were added. There is an area for every type of family, from singles, families with young children and teens to retirees. The following are the main neighbourhoods of Nepean

  • Barrhaven West
  • Bayshore-Fairfield Heights
  • Bells Corners
  • Briargreen
  • Centrepointe
  • Chapman Mills-Heart’s Desire-Jockvale
  • City View-Ryan Farm
  • Craig Henry
  • Crestview-Meadowlands
  • Crystal Beach
  • Davidson Heights
  • Fisher Heights-Skyline
  • Havenlea-Winding Way
  • Knollsbrook
  • Leslie Park
  • Longfields
  • Manordale
  • Parkwood Hills-Borden Farm-
  • Pineglen-Country Place-
  • Qualicum-Graham Park
  • Stonebridge
  • Tanglewood
  • Trend-Arlington

Schools

Nepean has excellent schools for all grades and special requirements. The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board and the Ottawa-Carleton Catholic School Board administer anglophone schools in Ottawa. Both Boards have their headquarters in Nepean. Francophone education is provided by the Conseil des écoles publiques de l’Est de l’Ontario and the Conseil des écoles catholiques du Centre-Est.

History of Nepean

Nepean Township was established in 1792 and originally included Ottawa’s central area west of the Rideau River. Nepean was incorporated as a city on November 24, 1978. The geographic boundaries of Nepean changed considerably over this time. Nepean’s centre then moved to the community of Bells Corners. In the 1950 and 1960s, Nepean’s urban areas began to expand in previously rural areas in such areas as the community of Centrepointe in the east and the community of Barrhaven in the south. A Nepean quarry provided the sandstone blocks that were the principal building material used in the Parliament Buildings in downtown Ottawa. The Nepean Museum is at 16 Rowley Avenue. It collects, preserves, researches, exhibits and interprets the works of man and nature in Nepean.

Full-Service Nepean

Nepean is home to excellent local schools in the public and catholic sectors for both elementary and secondary students. Additionally, there is beautiful green space with an array of trees blanketing the surrounding parks. The Nepean Sportsplex hosts many recreational programs for people of all ages encourages the benefits of an active lifestyle.


Nepean is home to many different types of local businesses and specialty stores that cater to most of the needs of its residents and homeowners. Here you can find hairdressers and barber shops, medical clinics, massage therapy, restaurants, karate, yoga, fitness centres, music schools, dance studios, office supply stores, cobblers, florists, grocers, hardware stores, and much more. Provided all the excellent benefits of living in the city of Nepean, most residents don’t mind venturing into the neighbouring Kanata and Vanier communities for needs that exceed what is provided here, if the need presents itself.

Royal LePage Team Realty in Nepean: we live here, we work here.

With our office located just off of the 417 highway on Carling Avenue, our real estate professionals know the community and surrounding area well. If you have any questions or are interested in finding out more about real estate in the Nepean area please reach out to us anytime!

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If you are interested in finding out more about commercial or residential real estate in the Nepean area, contact our local team of professionals anytime.

We would love to help you make your next big real estate dream a reality!

Brian Sukkau Broker / Office Manager
briansukkau@royallepage.ca