15 MURRAY STREET UNIT#201
| Condo Fees: $945/month
| Bedrooms: 2
| Bathrooms: 2
| Parking: 1
Elegantly-renovated condo w/superior attention to details sets a stage for a refined & contented lifestyle. A well-designed renovation takes it to the next level as seen in the kitchen's custom cabinets purposefully suited to every aspect of kitchen storage. Truly a Gourmet's delight. A mindful design continues throughout the unit, upgraded electrical, lighting, closets, fittings, doors & more. Undoubtedly a unique property. Located in a low rise building, Gallery Court, with 75 condominium units & at street level there are 9 commercial units & its architecture blends in beautifully with its surroundings. Please take a moment to visit www.GalleryCourt.ca the history of the building, photos and floor layouts. A concise overview of the renovations, inclusions and exclusions can obtained through our office or through your agent. COVID-19 protocol is required. All offers must be conditional upon Sellers completing the purchase of a property in Nova Scotia. (id:30732)
Listing office: CALDWELL & ASSOCIATE
Gallery Court Condo Ottawa | 15 Murray St & 35 Murray St
Gallery Court Condo Ottawa is a five-storey stylish low-rise building located in the heart of the Byward Market. Built by Timberlay Developments in 1988 this building has tons of character. Most units in the building are accented by large private terraces. Just steps from the market’s boutiques, restaurants, bars, galleries, and museums, this building is ideal for those seeking an urban lifestyle. The units in this stylish building feature laminate floors, pot lights, sun-filled rooms, fireplaces, skylights, and five appliances, including dishwasher & en-suite laundry. This is truly a great space with an urban lifestyle right at your door! Gallery Court Condo Ottawa is a 7-minute walk from the O-Train’s Rideau Station.
Gallery Court Condo Ottawa Neighbourhood Guide
Gallery Court Condo Ottawa is located in the Byward Market. The Byward Market is one of the oldest areas in the City of Ottawa. Surrounded by old and new landmarks, it is seen as the heart of the city’s downtown. As one of the most active parts of the city, most events either take place in the tiny six-block radius starting from Rideau Street or revolve around it in some way. It is bordered by Cumberland St to the East, Sussex Dr and Mackenzie Ave on the Westside.
The Byward Market contains a vast majority of Ottawa’s nightlife and entertainment. It’s the perfect place to grab a drink during happy hour or celebrate a night out with friends at any, or many, of the bars, clubs, and pubs. During the spring, summer, and fall the Market is flooded with many stands selling fresh produce, prepared food selections, clothing, flowers, and much more. Many boutiques allow for a diverse shopping selection. At the south end of the ByWard Market lies the Rideau Centre. This enclosed mall is home to more than 180 of Ottawa’s best stores and services.
Commuting to various points is fairly easy in this neighbourhood. With the Rideau Station O-Train stop right now Rideau Street, and Mackenzie King Station right around the corner, residents will have no trouble hopping on buses or trains to far off areas like Stittsville or Orleans. Its location also means a cab or an uber will never be far off. With the exception of the crowded Rideau Street, the Byward Market has been referred to as a walker’s and cyclist’s paradise. A homebody seeking to move into the area will be relieved to know that it has a fair amount of grocery stores that are not too far away. Even better, the Byward Market boasts of several specialty stores, which means you can finally make that complicated Italian dish that you couldn’t find the ingredients for. There are also several parks as well as a few libraries and a handful of elementary and secondary schools within walking distance. The Market’s central location puts it 5 minutes from Ottawa’s bus station, 5 minutes from the VIA Rail train station, and 15 minutes from the Ottawa International airport.
The Byward Market has a fairly young demographic mixing University/College students, young professionals and retirees seeking to be close to the main attractions of the city. About 40% of residents are between the ages of 20-39 and only 35% of people living In this neighbourhood are married. There is a large student population mostly because of the proximity of the University of Ottawa. In addition to this, the area is home to many of Ottawa’s homeless shelters.