Main Floor Has Large Principal Rooms Including An Oversized Kitchen With Original Trimwork, Doors, Flooring And Fixtures That Make These Older Homes Charming. Upstairs You’ll Find Three Bright, Spacious Bedrooms As Well As An Updated Bath. Outside You’ll Find A Nice Deck, New Shed And Private Backyard Covered By Mature Trees. The Basement Is Unfinished And Provides Tons Of Storage Options. Parking For 446 Woolwich Is Actually On Clarke St W With New Garage.**** EXTRAS **** The House Needs Some Updating But All The Heavy Lifting Has Been Done: Roof 2015, Ac/ Furnace 2018, Most Windows 2014, Wiring/ Plumbing Updated 2004, New Storm Door And It Was Even Reinsulated In The Attic. (27294660)
The following demographic information is based on the dissemination area as defined by Statistics Canada. A dissemination area contains, on average, approximately 200 – 400 households and is often referred to as a small neighbourhood. Data has been provided by a 3rd party supplier based on census data from Statistics Canada.
One of Guelph’s oldest and storied areas just north of downtown is Exhibition Park. At the centre of the neighbourhood is the historic Exhibition Park, which was established in 1871. The park has been used for the City’s original annual exhibition, has included a horse race track, an exhibition building and livestock sheds. Exhibition Park is also home to Hastings Stadium, where the Guelph Royals baseball team plays. On the north end of the park, Exhibition Arena is a city run arena that is used by all ages.
Homes in the Exhibition Park area are mainly century homes on mature streets including McTague, Mont, Tiffany, Lyon, Dufferin and Barber Ave. In the newer sections of the neighbourhood, you’ll find the 1950’s bungalows lining streets like Avondale, Campion and Robertson. Just a stones throw from downtown, the Exhibition Park area is highly walkable to downtown shops, restaurants, bars, the Sleeman Centre and River Run Centre.