Welcome to Stittsville, a neighbourhood in the city of Ottawa with 1 condo buildings. These include 1 Low-Rise & 1 Pre-Construction. Condos for sale in Stittsville offer something for everyone. Condos for sale in Stittsville spend an average of 60 days on market. Stittsville is Car-Dependent with a walk score of 34. This neighbourhood is Bikeable with a bike score of 51. Some Transit is available in Stittsville. Heritage Hills and Beaverbrook are nearby neighbourhoods.
Grab some fresh goodies at nearby bakery, The Sweet Room Bakery Boutique. There are some great cafes in Stittsville such as Re-Read Used Books and Quitters Coffee. Do you enjoy being in the kitchen? Pick up groceries at M&M Food Market. Locals of Stittsville love dining at Ivan European deli. There is a surprising amount of green space with Crossingbridge Park, Alexander Grove Park, and Wyldewood Park in Stittsville. Browns Your Independent Grocer is a conveniently located pharmacy in Stittsville. Stittsville Shopping Centre is a shopping center in Stittsville that has something for everyone. If you're a health and fitness fanatic, hopefully you are living in a condo building with a great gym. If not Physiocare Physiotherapy & Rehab Centre, Stittsville is a super popular fitness center with locals. Take your pets to Pet Valu. Local schools of Stittsville include Guardian Angels Elementary School and Holy Spirit Elementary School.
Stittsville is a suburban community located in the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is within the former Goulbourn Township. A part of the National Capital Region, Stittsville is immediately to the southwest of Kanata, and about 31 km west of Downtown Ottawa. The urban part of the community corresponds to Stittsville Ward on Ottawa City Council.
Over 67% of Sittsville couples are married with 36% of residents are aged 30 to 54. Parents and adults, 61% of which are college or university educated, are employed in business, finance and administration type jobs. Over 76% of the homes in the area are single family detached, and the remaining dwelling types are semi-detached or row homes.
Stittsville has boomed over the last several years, 31% of the homes have been built in the last 10 years with 51% of Stittsville’s homes having been constructed between 1991 and 2001.
Stittsville Public School, an elementary school originally on Stittsville Main Street, has had a series of expansions to accommodate the growth in population. Stittsville is also home to seven other schools. Frederick Banting Secondary Alternate Program, Sacred Heart Catholic High School and École Secondaire Catholique Paul-Desmarais are the three secondary schools. Paul-Desmarais being a French school and Sacred Heart and Frederick Banting being English. The elementary schools in Stittsville are: A. Lorne Cassidy Elementary School, Holy Spirit Catholic School, Guardian Angels Catholic School, St. Stephen Catholic School and École Élémentaire Catholique Saint-Jean-Paul II, the latter four being in the Catholic school board.
This charming community is well established and has something for everyone. The growth in population has resulted in a lot of retail and commercial development in the neighbourhood. Residents can enjoy entertainment nearby at the Centrum Shopping Centre, recreation at the Canadian Tire Centre, and shopping within a short drive at the Tanger Outlets.
Stittsville residents enjoy entertaining at home but also like to dine out at some of the great eateries in the area including; NEXT, Kungfu Bistro, Pocco Pazzo, Cabotto's, Napoli’s and The Glen Scottish Restaurant & Pub.
Stittsville boasts a small town feel with all of the big city amenities close by. Many of the neighbours are within the same age range, children play street hockey and at parks together. Parents host family and neighbourhood barbeques and spend a lot of time together in soccer, baseball and hockey leagues.
Stittsville is also the home of the Stittsville Minor Hockey Rams, as well the Stittsville RAMS competitive hockey association.