Centreville Chicopee Area in Kitchener
Now we would like to invite you to our analysis of other property in the Kitchener-Waterloo neighborhood. It is known as Centreville Chicopee in Kitchener. Let us discuss the area of Chicopee slopes.
Centreville-Chicopee is situated in the middle of far eastern side of Kitchener. In the east of Kitchener, first is Stanley Park, and then comes Pinegrove and thirdly located is Centreville-Chicopee. Centreville-Chicopee is bounded by the Grand River it is bordering with Cambridge, in the east and southeast, and Highway 8 in the South and Southwest. The northern side is irregularly shaped. It follows the Fergus Avenue, then down River Road and along Fairway Road, and then it goes down Janine Street and it touches the Grand River. Some people think that it resembles an upside-down squid. This is a lovely place to be owned and live. Because of its easy approach to the activities, the safety of its streets, the ratio of owners versus tenants is higher due to its popularity for family living. Tremaine Park, being in the middle of it, the northeastern part of the neighborhood is known by it and is particularly appealing to the families. As most of the families have moved in it in the last decade or so, it is fairly new development. This area has plenty of children, and hence community involvement is encouraged. You will find community and neighborhood Associations throughout Kitchener and Waterloo. These groups are elected or selected from the residents of the Neighborhoods, thus they endeavor to promote a sense of belonging and organize various fun and other connected activities in which all residents take part and enjoy. The entire neighborhood is represented by the Centreville Chicopee Community Association (CCCA) which organizes events and works on community projects. Prices for Centreville Chicopee are ranging between $200 000s to $800,000 and going up to $1 million for some properties.
Activities in this Area
Chicopee Ski Club and Summer Resort is the biggest activity of Chicopee which is a beloved part of Kitchener-Waterloo for the last 80 years. The Businessmen Group, with their origin from Germany or Deutsch(Dutch} in 1934,who called themselves “Dutch Companee” opened this facility because they saw opportunities provided by the snowy winters of Canada. At first, it was only a ski club but now activities both in snow and green, for all ages are available.
There are always a lot of guests who can be seen enjoying alpine skiing, snowboarding and tubing. There are also guests who want to take an inner-tube down a waterslide.
11 different trails, with varying difficulties, and several ski lifts are available in Chicopee. Rock climbing, tennis, disc golf and volleyball etc facilities also exist here in the summer for different age groups. Winter and summer camps with options for membership and day passes are regularly held here. Beyond Chicopee itself, Centreville-Chicopee has lot of green areas and parks, including Schneider Park and Morrison Park. These two Parks are quite big in their size and they are famous for their lovely networks of trails with their access to Walter Bean Grand River Trail. There are three soccer fields, an open green space and baseball diamond in Schneider Park and the neighborhood has also other areas for sports. But significantly, residents of Centreville-Chicopee can access the Grand River through the above mentioned Walter Bean Trail. This Trail is 78 kms long up and down the Grand River touching each of the Tri-Cities, ie, Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge affording wonderful views, a great facility for jogging and pleasant spots for a stroll and a chat.
Many restaurants and shops are available in the southern part of Centreville-Chicopee along King Street and Weber. Zehrs and Fresco for grocery exist in this area. This area has lot of options for food right from pizza to steak. If you drive a little towards southwest along Fairway Road, you will hit the largest mall of this area, ie, Fairview Park Mall and huge developed shopping area along Fairway. The residents of Centreville-Chicopee can lay their hands on any and everything they can imagine and require in these two vibrant shopping areas. Grand Stanley Park Community Library, a branch of Kitchener Public Library, is easily reachable in a few minutes.
Chicopee Hills Public School, Howard Robertson Public School, Sunnyside Public School and Saint John II School are situated within the boundaries of Centreville-Chicope. Since all the neighborhoods in Kitchener-Waterloo do not have as many as four schools as are available in Centreville-Chicopee, this .fact makes this area very attractive to the people.
Students living north of Chicopee Trail and Sims Estate Drive and are in the Public School Board, are zoned for Chicopee Hills and students living in the South of these streets, they are zoned in Howard Robertson. Students from south of Chicopee itself ad areas around Morrison Park, albeit still part of Centreville-Chicopee neighborhood, will be sent to Franklin Public School situated in north of the neighborhood. These schools are from Kindergarten to Grade six; 7 and 8 graders go to Sunnyside Public School. High School students will attend Eastwood Collegiate Institute, which a few minutes up Weber Street.
Students from Catholic Board (WDCSB) attend Saint John Paul ii School for Kindergarten to Grade six, Saint Daniel Catholic Elementary School of Grade 7 and 8 and for high school they will go to St Mary’s Secondary School. They will be eligible for bussing depending upon their residential address.
In the end, we can say with authority that families and people who like outdoor living and like taking to slopes in the snowy months are sure to find a happy home here, ie, Centreville-Chicopee.