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Exhibition Park

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When you think of traditional Guelph housing, no other neighbourhood jumps to the forefront of your mind more readily than Exhibition Park. Streets radiate beautifully from the epicentre and the true heart of the area - the park itself. Century old trees tower down on the residents and man-made structures below, creating a feeling that is truly special and unique to Guelph. Regardless of the season, no other part of the city showcases our true local living experience quite like Exhibition Park.

With many homes dating back to the mid-19th century, the mix of architecture tells a story unto itself. It’s a literal walk through time from one street to the next appreciating the various styles of the time and noting the unique characteristics of construction from each period. Massive sprawling estates, traditional early-20th century two-storeys, Ontario stone cottages and newer in-fill properties, making valiant attempts at a seamless blend into the street scape, all exist in perfect harmony.

Exhibition Park itself provides the ideal urban escape for all ages. Hastings field, tennis courts, an arena, rugby/football pitch, meandering pathways and an always well-attended playground all work to ensure a perfect afternoon in the park. Summer evenings are usually filled with family picnics, ultimate frisbee games and couples young and old all enjoying their own piece of perfection in downtown Guelph.

Housing values in the neighbourhood continue to skyrocket as the demand for core city properties increases each and every year. Often considered the single best investment neighbourhood in the city, recent years have done nothing to disprove this theory. Over the past decade, we have witnessed a substantial number of in-fill construction and large scale renovation projects as many purchasers attempt to make their own mark in the area. This trend is likely to gain more and more momentum as many younger families make the easy decision to return to the heart of the city.

Living the Exhibition Park lifestyle comes with a substantial price tag, but you would struggle to find a resident who doesn’t feel that their personal investment is worth every penny.

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Exhibition East

  • Many heritage designated properties and homes scattered amongst some of the most recognizable street names in the city
  • Very walkable to the downtown services and shopping
  • Definitive changes in architectural styles with a blend of century two-storey brick mixed stone cottages and bungalows
  • Interesting lot shapes and sizes, some with massive lot depths creating the feeling of a small park themselves
  • Always in demand and rarely available, get yourself a specialist agent who will have the inside scoop

Exhibition West

  • Signature estates on sought after downtown streets like Lyon and Barber Avenues
  • Very little resale activity with many homes and estates staying within the same family for multiple generations
  • Often about connecting with the right downtown specialist agent to find out what might be available behind the scenes
  • Many area homes receiving massive renovations and additions by younger generations
  • An investment into the western side of the park is usually considered about as safe a bet as you can find in the city

Exhibition North

  • Streets of smaller homes with smaller price tags as the distance from the park increases
  • Extremely popular with younger families and first-time buyers as they seek to gain entry into the neighbourhood
  • Longer walks or bike rides to the downtown commercial core, but very manageable for active residents
  • Most homes sell within days of being brought to public market
  • Ideal location to get close to the park, without the larger price points of other surrounding streets
Detached MLS sales
  • 47 | Volume of Detached Units Sold
  • $302,000 | Lowest Firm Sale Price
  • $1,425,000 | Highest Firm Sale Price
  • $475,000 | Median Firm Sale Price
Attached MLS sales
  • 3 | Volume of Attached Units Sold
  • $395,000 | Lowest Firm Sale Price
  • $595,000 | Highest Firm Sale Price
  • $433,000 | Median Firm Sale Price
Neighbourhood new builds
  • Custom homebuilding

*All data represents 2016 totals collected from Guelph & District MLS system.

Nearby and Distances

Nearby Schools

Walkable Parks

  • Exhibition Park
  • Highview Park

Walkable Restaurants/Coffee Shops

Nearby Grocery

Walkable Family Amenities

  • Guelph Public Library - visit website
  • Cutting Corners Hair Stylers
  • The Children’s Art Factory - visit website
  • Woolwich Dental Group


  • 4.0 km | University of Guelph
  • 2.6 km | Guelph General Hospital
  • 5.5 km | Stone Road Shopping Mall
  • 2.0 km | The Sleeman Centre
  • 17.0 km | 401 Highway Access