Village Green Kanata Real Estate

Village Green shares the Ottawa Real Estate Board MLS Listing district with the Beaverbrook neighbourhood to the North. It is bounded on the East by Eagleson Road, on the South by Highway 417, on the West by Maritime Way, on the North by Campeau Drive. As such, it has good commuter access to other parts of Ottawa. It is not all about cars however, since it has a Walk Score of 78 because most errands can be done on foot. 

It has a small plaza at 44 Colchester Square, which has amongst other stores a seafood restaurant, an Asian Grocery, a Daycare Centre, a Tailor, and a Dentist. An O.P.P. Station is located just East of the shopping plaza. Also found at the plaza is the Kanata Cenotaph. Thousands of residents gather here each year on November 11th for the Remembrance Day ceremonies. The John Mlacak Centre is directly across Campeau at the intersection with Hawkstone Gate. Here you will find the new West District Library which will open in August, an Ice Rink, and a Senior’s Centre. The Earl of March High School shares a parking lot with the Mlacak Centre. No schools are located in Village Green, but are found nearby in the neighbouring communities of Beaverbrook and Kanata Lakes.

There are a number of public parks in the community equipped with play structures and a popular children’s water park in Billy Bishop Park located at the corner of Birkendale
and Edenvale. The neighbourhood also gets an 88 Bike Score because the terrain is flat and there are good bike paths. It only scores a 48 Transit Score, but there are a number
of express buses available during rush hours to take you downtown. In addition a future Transit Station is planned in the area of the Pedestrian Bridge over the Queensway, which is accessed off of Gray Crescent, once the Western Transit Way reaches Kanata. 

You can find row houses, semi-detached homes, and detached homes in the Village Green area of Kanata.

Written by Keith Hawn, Sales Representative