Dunrobin Community Overview

The Dunrobin Community Association defines the community boundaries as Murphy Sideroad, Constance Lake Road and Berry Sideroad on the south, the Ottawa River to the east, a line following Limestone Road to Kinburn Sideroad to Stonecrest Road to Thomas A. Dolan Parkway to Marchhurst Road, and on the north by a line following Kilmaurs Sideroad to Woodkilton Road to Kinburn Sideroad to Constance Creek on the north.

Dunrobin took its name from Dunrobin Castle near Inverness, Scotland and was settled in the 19th century at the corner of Dunrobin Road and Thomas A. Dolan Parkway. While originally started as an agricultural community it now serves mostly as a focal point within a larger community that has a mixed population of farmers, commuters who work in Kanata and Ottawa-Gatineau, cottagers and retirees.

Community overview retrieved from http://neighbourhoodstudy.ca/dunrobin/.

Community overview from Wikipedia.

Dunrobin Apartment Rental Stats

Currently there are no active rental properties listed within Dunrobin.

Dunrobin Closest Schools

Name Address Distance
West Carleton Secondary School 3088 Dunrobin Road, Dunrobin 1.76 km
Bill Mason Centre 3088 Dunrobin Road, Dunrobin 1.79 km
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board 3088 Dunrobin Road, Dunrobin 1.79 km
dunrobin sonic gym Torwood Drive, Dunrobin 4.64 km

Distances are estimated from a central point within the community.

Distances are estimated from a central point within the community.

Neighboring Communities

Dunrobin Map View

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