Overbrook is an urban neighbourhood that’s an excellent illustration of the diversity of
architecture in the east end of Ottawa. The area features numerous pre-World War II houses
and townhouses. There are also a many structures erected after World War II but before the
opening of the St. Laurent Shopping Centre in 1956
The neighbourhood has an alternate entrance from Montreal Road because of its former status
as an independent village from Gloucester Township before being adjoined by Ottawa in 1950.
Overbrook is a quiet, domestic neighbourhood accessibly located near shopping,
transportation, and public premises. It’s located close to St. Laurent Shopping Centre with
anchors including Sears and The Bay, Guess, Bath and Body workshop, SportChek and
numerous others. You can also find Walmart, Marshall’s, Bed Bath and The Athletic Club.
Indeed more, shopping centers are available on Montreal Road and Beechwood Avenue. This
neighbourhood has an extensive history.
Why Overbrook houses?
Overbrook is a domestic and business community in Ottawa, Ontario, immaculately located for
residents to approach local amenities and public conveyance. Overbrook comprises several
fascinating, low- rise structures with separate entrances and driveways. In addition, the
structures feature affordable pricing, commodious layouts and balconies.
Overbrook has been known as an established neighbourhood with beautiful verdure and
mature trees. Many of the homes in Overbrook were constructed before 1960 and have
experienced renovations or are under renovation. View the complete listings here: https://soldbyahmad.ca/houses-in-overbrook/
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