300 Holmwood Avenue



Welcome to your new Glebe abode! Enjoy your morning coffee on the screened in front porch. This extremely bright home features large principal rooms. The living room is spacious and feature period built in shelving. The dining room lets all the sun in with windows on two sides. Functional kitchen just off the dining room makes entertaining simple! The main floor features two large bedrooms and a full bath. The upper level hosts an extremely spacious master bedroom and storage galore. Spend the weekends in your large private backyard! Up to 3 parking spots, plus storage shed for bikes. Students welcome. Don't wait!








1929 (approx.)




3 surfaced


Radiant / Natural Gas


Window unit



Cable, Electricity, Gas, High Speed, Phone, Water/Sewer


Foyer Main  
Living Room Main 17'6 x 10'3
Dining Room Main 11'9 x 10'6
Kitchen Main 10'4 x 8'5
Master Bedroom 2nd 17'7 x 15'0
Bedroom 2nd 12'1 x 10'6
Bedroom 2nd 11'10 x 9'11
4 Piece Bath 2nd
2 Piece Bath Lower
Storage Room Lower


The Glebe is a neighbourhood in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It is located just south of Ottawa's downtown area in the Capital Ward with its northern border being demarcated by Highway 417, the Queensway. It is bounded by the Rideau Canal to the south and east. Many maps show the western edge as Bronson Avenue, but some also include the triangle farther west formed by Bronson, Carling Avenue, and Dow's Lake. The Glebe Community Association uses the latter definition. As of 2011, the area's population was 11,184.

The Glebe has a strong community association which, in addition to running a large community centre, lobbies the local government on issues such as traffic calming and neighbourhood development. The Glebe has a community newspaper, Glebe Report, that has been published independently since 1973.

The Glebe is mostly populated by families; the area has many children, and consequently its social services are oriented towards youth. The Glebe lies in the federal riding of Ottawa Centre, and the same provincial electoral district.

The stretch of Bank Street that runs through the Glebe is one of Ottawa's premier shopping areas, with many small stores and restaurants offering a wide variety of services. Much of the rest of the Glebe consists of detached homes, many of them constructed in the early decades of the 20th century. Some of these homes are owner-occupied family residences, while others have been subdivided into multiple rental apartments.

The Glebe is home to Lansdowne Park which contains TD Place Stadium, where Ottawa's Canadian Football League (CFL) football team (the Ottawa Redblacks) and the University of Ottawa Gee-Gees play their home games. Lansdowne Park also contains TD Place Arena, which is the permanent home of the Ottawa 67's and was the temporary home (1992–1995) for the Ottawa Senators before the Canadian Tire Centre (originally called The Palladium) was completed. The area that became the park was purchased from local farmers in 1868 by the City of Ottawa Agricultural Society.

From the canal two bodies of water jut into the Glebe: Patterson Creek and Brown's Inlet. These areas are surrounded by parks and some of the city's most expensive homes.

The last Saturday in May of each year brings the "Great Glebe Garage Sale" to the neighbourhood; every household that participates puts items out for sale, attracting a large contingent of bargain hunters to the area. Sellers are expected to donate a portion of the proceeds to a designated charity.



Daria Kark