Withrow Developments: A tasteful infill project anchored by history

Tucked into the Skyline/City View area and an easy stroll from Merivale Road, this beautiful and thoughtfully crafted nine-home development is anchored by the stunning historical Kilmorie House at 21 Withrow Avenue in Ottawa — one of the oldest surviving homes in the city.

Once owned by poet William Wilfred Campbell, much care went into the design of both the development and the individual homes surrounding Kilmorie House, which served as inspiration for the design aesthetic of arts and crafts blended with contemporary for the new homes. A tasteful mix of premium exterior finishes such as plank siding, fieldstone and shake siding provide a warm and inviting atmosphere to this infill development. Each home is capped with dark standing seam metal roofs to help distinguish them from homes in the surrounding neighbourhood.

These two-storey homes are all 3,500+ square feet, with four bedrooms (in some cases 4+1 bedrooms), finished basements and plenty of room to host and entertain friends and loved ones. Located close to bustling Merivale Road and a short drive from downtown, this infill development dovetails perfectly with the needs of the Ottawa housing market.