Settled in the 1800s, Westbrook has many homes of historic merit, along with buildings from the 1950s and 1960s. Older bungalows are mixed in with more recent upscale homes on Kananaskis Drive, and Westbrook Meadows New custom homes are being built on Ottawa Street (Creekford Estates). Local facilities include a public school, large park and nearby Westbrook Golf Course. The neighborhood also offers convenient access to Hwy 401 and west end shopping.
This established neighborhood of single family homes continues to grow with new properties for young families and first-time home buyers. The Cataraqui Town Centre, a market-style Loblaws, Wal-Mart, the Bayridge Plaza, an LCBO and a public elementary school are all within walking distance.
Located at Centennial Drive and Crossfield Avenue, this premium subdivision offers easy access to shopping – some of it accessible on foot – HWY. 401 and the downtown core. Parks and open spaces abound. This area offers Kingston’s first Energy Star homes: premium homes with high-efficiency standards.
Located between Princess Street and Cateraqui Woods Drive, just subdivision of Woodhaven is beginning construction. Billed as a community for nature lovers, there is quick access to natural wetlands with pathways for residents to bike and walk. Close to schools, shopping and entertainment.
Source: Kingston’s Relocation Guide 2016