Just SOLD! 205 Bolton Street, Unit 226

Live at Sussex Square! Enjoy peaceful evenings on the edge of the Byward Market in Lowertown knowing that you’re just steps away from all of the shops, cafés, restaurants, parks, active nightlife and the famous open-air market! 

Built in approximately 2005 by Claridge, this 2 bedroom + large den condo has tile flooring in the entryway and bathrooms, hardwood flooring through the bedrooms, living and dining room, and cozy carpet in the den. Large floor to ceiling windows allow plenty of natural light into the living spaces. 

An open-concept living area creates the perfect space for entertaining with the Kitchen separated from the Living and Dining room by just a breakfast bar which means no one has to leave the party when it’s time to serve the food! After dinner, take your drinks out through the sliding door in the Living Room and relax on your private patio as the sun goes down. 

The large Master Suite features a walk–in closet and 3 piece ensuite bath. A second bedroom, large den, full main bathroom, and in-suite laundry complete the unit.  

Included in the building fees are a large party room with a kitchenette, and a fitness centre. The welcoming rooftop terrace has ample seating available, Weber Barbeque’s, and a prep table. 

Located on a quiet street in Lowertown, you’ll find yourself heading to Bridgehead at Dalhousie and Guigues for your morning coffee, and grabbing a few groceries on the walk home from Lauzon Meats & Vegetables. 

It’s less than 10 minutes to walk to the National Gallery of Canada or Major’s Hill Park, and if Cathcart Park across the street doesn’t satisfy your desire for green space, then it’s only a short walk to the pathway that leads you across the border into Quebec and Jacques Cartier Park where you can check out the Mosaiculture Gardens, or bike along the Voyageurs Pathway.  A short walk to Bordeleau Park will give you quick access to the Rideau River Eastern Pathway, for a change of scenery. 

The Ottawa Rowing Club is a short 10 minute walk away, and before you know it you might find yourself learning how to row at any of their number of classes, or joining an Adult Rowing League! 

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