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Georgetown Neighbourhood Profile 

Georgetown is a great place to live. It’s located midway between the university and the downtown, next to Holy Heart Theatre, Bannerman Park, and The Rooms.

It’s home to varied styles of homes, from merchant manors to low-cost row housing. Most homes have been upgraded and renovated and prices range from as low as $140,000 to $500,000+.

People who live in the neighbourhood work hard to build and maintain a sense of community. Neighbourhood activities include garage sales, barbeques, etc. Residents formed the Georgestown Association, an active group that works with the city to develop the neighbourhood’s recreational assets, discover and preserve the history and folklore of the neighbourhood and tend to the general promotion and enjoyment of the neighbourhood.

Residents tend to be associated with the university and the arts. Ages range from the very young to seniors. It’s a true neighbourhood in every way, it’s walkable, and includes several cafes, a bakery, and facilities for activities such as yoga and community meetings.

School Zoning for the Georgetown Neighbourhood 

  • Bishop Abraham Elementary (K - 6)      
  • Brother Rice Junior High (7 - 9)      
  • Holy Heart of Mary Regional High (10 - 12) 
  • École de Grands-Vents (K - 6)
  • Ecole Rocher-du-Nord (7 - 12)
  • St. Bonaventures College (St. John's)
  • Lakecrest (St. John's)
  • First Baptist Academy (Mount Pearl)

The links below provide excellent information on the area school boards, and you can use the School Catchment Viewer to find which school your children will attend based on the general (or specific) location of your home.

NL English School District

Conseil Scolaire Francophone 

If you are thinking about buying or selling your home contact The Hann Group for informed advise and professional assistance.

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