Neighbourhood - Mahogany
Manotick Village has a well-earned reputation as a charming, vibrant community on the shores of the Rideau River in Ottawa South. Over the years, the character of the village has been lovingly preserved. You see it in the original stone houses throughout the village, reflective of Manotick’s Watson’s Mill — one of the oldest mills in North America.
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Selecting the right school for your child is an important decision, and there are a number of great school options available to the homeowners of Mahogany. Plans are also in place to build new schools in the area in the future. You can learn more about schools in Manotick here.
Three beautiful parks can be found throughout Mahogany: Major W. Ross Chamberlain Park, Mahogany Park, and Lela Scharf Park. Major W. Ross Chamberlain Park boasts a large playground for the kids to burn off some steam, a large gazebo to sit out of the sun, plus a large sports field that’s perfect for soccer, football or field hockey. You can also enjoy Mahogany Harbour, just minutes from your door, and much more greenspace. Take a moment, and learn more not only about the parks in Mahogany, but about the nature in Mahogany too.
Manotick is bursting with small town rural charm. It’s a quick escape from the city where you can slow down the pace and take your time strolling along its welcoming main street. Whether you’re in the market for groceries and home supplies or you’re due for a day of pampering, Manotick has lots to offer. Manotick was founded in 1859 and has retained so much of that historic charm. You’ll see it while you explore. Discover all the amenities nearby with our Mahogany amenities map, or discover how to spend the day in Mahogany, Manotick.
Mahogany Sales Centre
Hours of Operation
Monday: 12pm to 7pm
Tuesday & Wednesday: 11am to 7pm
Thursday & Friday: Closed
Weekends & Holidays: 11am to 5pm
Model Homes and Sales Centre visits are currently by appointment only.
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