3072 Southmore Drive East

Riverside Park South | $439,900

4 bedroom  |  2 bath

Property type: Single Family
Property style: Back Split

Single Family on a 52 x 100 lot

Many new high quality renovations! Excellent back split on an ideal 52.00 x 100 lot in the central neighbourhood of Riverside Park South. Roof and Fascia 2016/2017, Furnace 2014/2015, new sewer appx 2015, many newer windows, very recent main bathroom renovation with subway tile and modern vanity. Mix of hardwood and tile throughout.

Bedrooms: 4

Bathrooms: 2

Full bathrooms: 2

Year built: 1963 (approx.)

Property taxes: $3870/2018 

Rental equipment: Hot Water Tank


Parking: - Single Carport Surfaced parking 

Total parking: 3

Heating: Forced air

Heating fuel: Natural gas

Air conditioning: None

Water: Municipal

Sewer: Sewer connected

Foundation: Concrete

Exterior: Brick, Siding

Floor coverings: Hardwood, carpet, tile

Neighbourhood influences: Playground nearby, public transit nearby, recreation nearby, shopping nearby

Site influences: Balcony, private 

Inclusions: Dishwasher, refrigerator, stove

Exclusions: Tenants belongings



Living room: 
Dining room:  
Full Bathroom:
Master bedroom:
Bedroom #2:
Bedroom #3:

Bedroom #4:

Full bathroom:
Family Room:


14’5” x 9’3”
13’0” x 11’0”
10’0” x 9’0”
10’0” x 5’8”
13’0” x 11’0”
10’6” x 9’4”
11’6” x 11’2”

13’0 x 11’0’

8'0 x 6'0
7'6 x 4'0 





**Riverside Park is a neighbourhood in the south end of Ottawa, Canada.

It is bounded on the north by Brookfield Road, on the east by the Airport Parkway, on the south by the CN rail tracks and on the west by the Rideau River.

Mooney's Bay Park during the 2006 edition of the Ottawa Dragon Boat Race Festival

The neighbourhood includes one of Ottawa's most well known beaches at Mooney's Bay and the Terry Fox Athletic Facility, along with both Vincent Massey Park, Hog's Back Park. Confederation Heights sits at the northern tip of the neighbourhood. It also includes the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club, which has hosted professional and amateur golf tournaments.

The area is served by Brookfield High School and the General Vanier and Bayview Public Schools as well as the Holy Cross Catholic School. In addition to Mooney's Bay, the area is served by four other parks; Paget Park, Marble Park, Flannery Park and Pauline Vanier Park, adjacent to General Vanier Public School.

In August 2007, Bayview Public School was closed at its site on Riverside drive. Its French immersion program moved to the R. Byrns Curry Public School building (renamed Bayview Public School). R. Byrns Curry students were reassigned to General Vanier Public School (J-K to grade 3) and Fielding Drive Public School (grades 4 to 8). [1]

The neighbourhood is bifurcated by OCRR Railway. The area west of it is known as Riverside Park West and the area east of it is called Riverside Park East. The area to the south of Walkley Road is known as Riverside Park South.

**information as per Wikipedia, information not warranted

Chad ClostSOLD