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Municipal Park

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Often forgotten by its hidden location, Municipal Park is one of the city’s best value for your money neighbourhoods. Large city lots, solid construction and a setting that is truly tough to beat. Tucked in behind commercial plazas, parks and city owned property sits a quiet assembly of streets designed for family living. Bordered by parklands, playgrounds and recreational facilities, the Municipal Park area provides a unique living experience to any purchaser smart enough to put this neighbourhood on their shopping list.

Towards the south, the housing resembles that of the Old University neighbourhood located across Edinburgh Rd. Huge lots with fair sized homes, the majority of which were built in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s. Cul-de-sac and dead end streets empty out into parklands, what could be better than that? Closer to the river provides a more varied mix of housing. Smaller post-war brick bungalows give way to larger two-storey homes of the early 90’s.

The true heartbeat of the neighbourhood is the massive expanse of parklands and riches of recreational facilities. Tennis courts, soccer dome, sports fields, ball diamonds, arena and even a gymnastics facility are all located in an inter-connected assembly of recreational lands. The rest of the city has to travel to use these amazing facilities, while residents of Municipal Park can take just a short walk in the park.

Value for your real estate dollar, quiet streets and unbeatable recreation - if that sounds like your little slice of heaven, you should probably add Municipal Park to your list.

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Municipal South

  • Large property frontages with deep setbacks from the street
  • Easy access to the Hanlon expressway and major commercial areas of Stone Road
  • Adjacent access to parks, recreation facilities and Centennial High School grounds
  • Short stroll down College Avenue to the University of Guelph
  • Many homes being purchased for large-scale renovation and addition projects
  • Quiet no-thru roads, attractive to families with younger children

Municipal North

  • Short walk to the Speed River, accessible through the Silvercreek Trail
  • Abundance of family services, restaurants and quick shopping options at the corner of Edinburgh Rd and Municipal St
  • Home to Royal City Tennis Club, a popular covered year-round tennis facility
  • Little turnover in homes, with most families choosing to stay put in the neighbourhood
  • Popular condominium projects at 295 Water St and on Manor Park Crescent
Detached MLS sales
  • 23 | Volume of Detached Units Sold
  • $405,000 | Lowest Firm Sale Price
  • $1,326,000 | Highest Firm Sale Price
  • $574,000 | Median Firm Sale Price
Attached MLS sales
  • 7 | Volume of Attached Units Sold
  • $355,000 | Lowest Firm Sale Price
  • $389,500 | Highest Firm Sale Price
  • $370,000 | Median Firm Sale Price
Neighbourhood new builds
  • None currently

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

Nearby and Distances

Nearby Schools

Walkable Parks

  • Water Street Park
  • Silvercreek Park
  • Centennial Park
  • Bristol Street Park
  • Hugh Guthrie Park

Walkable Family Amenities

Walkable Restaurants/Coffee Shops

Nearby Grocery

  • Metro Stone Road
  • Goodness Me


  • 4.8 km | Guelph General Hospital
  • 3.4 km | University of Guelph
  • 3.0 km | Stone Road Shopping Mall
  • 3.4 km | The Sleeman Centre
  • 6.8 km | 401 Highway Access