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West Guelph

West End

Walk score

47/100

Transit score

37/100

Median Sales Prices

Detached

$1,010,000

Semi-Detached

$665,000

Town/link

$725,000

Neighbourhood Sales Data

Median days
on market

23

Total new
listings

94

Low sales
price

$470,000

High sales
price

$1,490,500

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It can be easily claimed that West End has the greatest access to an array of family amenities and services in the city.

West End is all about the diversity in housing. Whether your search includes a smaller newly constructed entry-level townhome or a large family home on a mature lot, you will find the perfect fit in the neighbourhood. An abundance of services are all within walking distance and your daily needs are all within a very short drive. It can be easily claimed that West End has the greatest access to an array of family amenities and services in the city. More and more families continue to circle this part of the city as the most convenient and practical area in Guelph in which to live.

The everyday services in West End are truly remarkable. The grocery shopping is truly the envy of the majority of the city. So much so that many families travel from the far side of town just to shop at the West End Zehrs and the ever-so-popular Costco. When it comes to additional services like recreation facilities, West End continues to shine. The West End Recreation Centre is the premier multi-use facility in the city with multiple ice rinks, a beautiful aquatic area and the always popular library facility.

The detached housing options range from frequently available, inexpensively attached condos all the way up to exclusive estate homes. Construction hasn't really stalled much since the residential development of West End began in earnest in the 1970’s. New housing subdivisions continue to push the boundary of the city westward and this trend isn't likely to subside anytime soon. In the resale market, core unique neighbourhoods like the Sugarbush see very little turnover and homes that do become available rarely stick around on the public market for long.

The newer recreation and shopping facilities expand on what has long been the largest draw for families to West End - the schools. Well-researched purchasers know that the neighbourhood schools are consistently well-rated and often, are seeking for a home on particular streets which will provide a short walk to these popular educational facilities. The local parks provide ideal recreation and green spaces for children of all ages.

The home values in West End have continued to move upwards for the past several decades, however always staying within reach of today's families. A few of the newer construction projects have pushed median prices, however, an abundance of affordable housing options still exist. Whether you seek a long-term family-based purchase or an entry point into home ownership, West End has readily available opportunities.

Public school children will attend either Westwood PS or Mitchell Woods PS for their primary education before moving on to Guelph CVI for highschool. Catholic school children will attend either St. Peter or St. Francis of Assisi before moving on to Our Lady of Lourdes.

From year to year, West End truly is a neighbourhood that is continuing to redefine itself.

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What we love about
West End, West Guelph

The Schools

The West End neighbourhood is home to both Mitchell Woods PS and Westwood PS, as well as the Conestoga College Guelph campus.

The Amenities

There are amenities galore in the West End with multiple home stores, a movie theatre, Costco, tons of restaurants and about every car dealership you could imagine.

The Parks

Marksam Park, Dunhill Place Park, Mitchell Park and Earl Brimblecombe Park are all fantastic spots to enjoy nature and get some fresh air.

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