As the place is called “City in Motion” Oshawa is a great option as an option for your next move. This is one of many reasons why Oshawa is home for all sorts of people. Let the JIM AMITOFSKI Real Estate Group find your next dream home in the City of Oshawa or one of its fine rural communities such as Columbus, Raglan, and Mt Carmel.
Approximately on average a 40-minute commute from Toronto Oshawa is a great spot to call home. Because of many factors the City of Oshawa’s overall desire has increased throughout the last few years. There is so much in the City to offer the downtown restaurants, sport and recreational facilities and transportation that this place has so much to offer. It has always been known as a great place for the automotive industry, and for this reason the Canadian Automotive Museum was erected to proudly show this. Another great thing was the Oshawa Generals Hockey Team has a home in Oshawa at the newly named Tribute Hockey Arena, Oshawa’s junior ice hockey team, The Oshawa Generals, is named after General Motors.
So many reasons to consider and see why and how the real estate market in Oshawa been picking up montum. With the advent of builder sites along with a re construction of the Oshawa Town Centre, expansion of the 407 to Oshawa and the on time built of it being extended eastward to the 35/115, the improvement of the Oshawa GO station, and the UOIT/Durham College expansion, and a MEGA entertainment complex being built in the next few years; Oshawa is growing and has more then the automotive centre as well. Oshawa real estate will definitely be growing now and in the future for coming years.
Whether you are in need of a detached, semi-detached, townhome, or condo there is so many different types of homes to fit your needs in Oshawa. Let the JIM AMITOFSKI Real Estate Group find your next dream home in the City of Oshawa or one of its fine rural communities such as Columbus, Raglan, and Mt. Carmel.
Oshawa population in 2016 is approximately 159,458; CMA 379,848 on the Lake Ontario shoreline. It lies in Southern Ontario, approximately 60 kilometres east of Downtown Toronto. It is commonly viewed as the eastern anchor of the Greater Toronto Area and of the Golden Horseshoe. It is the largest municipality in the Regional Municipality of Durham. The name Oshawa originates from the Ojibwa term aazhaway, meaning "the crossing place" or just "(a)cross".
Oshawa’s roots are tied to the automobile industry, specifically the Canadian division of General Motors Company, known as General Motors Canada. Founded in 1876 as the McLaughlin Carriage Company, General Motors of Canada's headquarters are located in the city. The automotive industry was the inspiration for Oshawa's previous mottos: "The City that Motivates Canada", and "The City in Motion". The lavish home of the carriage company's founder, Parkwood Estate, is a National Historic Site of Canada, and a backdrop favoured by numerous film crews, featured in many movies including It, Billy Madison, Chicago, and X-Men.
Once recognized as the sole "Automotive Capital of Canada”, Oshawa today is an education and health sciences hub. The city is home to three post-secondary institutions (Durham College, Trent University Durham and University of Ontario Institute of Technology) and to Lakeridge Health Oshawa, Lakeridge Health and Education Research Network (LHEARN Centre) and the Oshawa Clinic, the largest, multi-specialty medical group practice in Canada. Key labour force sectors include advanced manufacturing, health technology, logistics, energy and IT. In 2016, Oshawa was the sixth best place in Canada to find full-time employment based on data from Stats Can.
Downtown Oshawa is identified as an Urban Growth Centre in the Government of Ontario's Places to Grow initiative. More than 5,000 people work and more than 2,400 university students study in the downtown core. The downtown is a prominent centre for entertainment and sporting events (Regent Theatre and General Motors Centre), food (50+ restaurants and cafes ) and culture (The Robert McLaughlin Gallery and Canadian Automotive Museum). Oshawa is home to a Regional Innovation Centre and offers start-up facilities for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Co-working offices are also located in the downtown.
Oshawa is headquarters to General Motors Canada, which has large-scale manufacturing and administrative operations in the city and employs many thousands both directly and indirectly. Since Windsor, Ontario houses Chrysler Canada headquarters, the two cities have something of a friendly rivalry for the title of "Automotive Capital of Canada", which is now held by Oshawa. While the company’s once essential role in the local economy has diminished, it remains the largest local employer.
The revenue collection divisions of the Ontario Ministry of Finance occupy one of the main office buildings in the city's downtown. Oshawa City Hall, General Motors Centre, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery are also in the downtown core. The University of Ontario Institute of Technology occupies five buildings in downtown. More than 1,900 U.O.I.T. students and staff attend class and work in downtown Oshawa.
The city's older southern neighbourhoods tend to be considerably less affluent than its more suburban northern sections, which are rapidly expanding as Toronto commuters move in. The southern half of the city consists of industrial zones and compact housing designed for early 20th century industrial workers, while the northern half has a suburban feel more typical of later decades. High wages paid to unionized GM employees have meant that these workers could enjoy a relatively high standard of living, although such jobs are much scarcer today than they once were. During its heyday after World War II, General Motors offered some of the best manufacturing jobs available in Canada and attracted thousands of workers from economically depressed areas of the country, particularly the Maritimes, Newfoundland, rural Quebec and northern Ontario. The city was also a magnet for European immigrants in the skilled trades, and boasts substantial Polish, Ukrainian, Hungarian, Croatian, German, Slovak and Russian ethnic communities.
Oshawa has become one of the fastest growing cities in Canada, although statements to this effect are often in reference to the Census Metropolitan Area, which includes neighbouring Whitby and Clarington. Oshawa achieved a record-setting year of growth in 2015 with over a half a billion dollars in construction value (breaking its previous record in 2014). Many commuters have been enticed to Oshawa by comparatively low housing prices and the regular rail service into downtown Toronto provided by Transit and Via Rail.
The growth of subdivisions to house Toronto commuters will likely accelerate with the Highway 407 East extension. Highway 407 East (407E) opened to Harmony Road in Oshawa on June 20, 2016, including a tolled north–south link to Highway 401 known as Highway 412. A further extension will push the highway east to Highway 35 / Highway 115 in Clarington by 2020, with a second link to Highway 401 known as Highway 418.
In spring 2016, Oshawa was ranked No. 1 city for jobs in Canada when compared to 33 cities across the country. The trend suggests major social and demographic changes for Oshawa, which has long had a vigorous labour union presence, a mostly white demographic, and a largely blue collar identity.
The city has been attracting film and television producers who have made parts of a number of movies and TV series in Oshawa most recently It (2017 film) (based on the Stephen King book, but also X-Men, Chicago, Queer as Folk, Billy Madison and Hannibal. The most popular location in the city for film makers is Parkwood Estate.
Public education in Oshawa is provided by the Durham District School Board. As of June 2015, there were 28 elementary schools and six secondary schools. The Durham Catholic District School Board, which has its headquarters in Oshawa, oversees public Catholic education in Durham Region. There are 10 Catholic elementary schools and two secondary schools. The Conseil scolaire Viamonde operates one French public elementary school, while the Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud runs one publicly funded French-language Catholic elementary school. Private schools include Durham Elementary School, Immanuel Christian School, Kingsway College and College Park Elementary School.
Oshawa is home to 22,000 full-time students studying at three post-secondary institutions – Durham College, Trent University Durham and University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). Oshawa is a Community Teaching Site for Queen’s University School of Medicine at Lakeridge Health.
The main campus of Durham College is located in the city. The college has grown and expanded since it opened in 1967 and now offers more than 140 full-time programs.
The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) opened in 2003. Given the city's industrial heritage, the university's courses emphasize technology, manufacturing and engineering themes. UOIT has ten buildings at two stand-alone campus locations (north Oshawa and Downtown Oshawa) and houses more than 70 specialized research laboratories and research facilities. It is the only university in Canada to offer degree programs in Automotive Engineering and Nuclear Engineering.
Trent University Durham has a long history in Oshawa. In 2010, the university opened a stand-alone campus in Oshawa (beside the Oshawa Civic Recreation Complex).
Oshawa is the site of Lakeridge Health Oshawa, formerly Oshawa General Hospital. Lakeridge Health is one of Ontario's largest community hospitals. The facility also houses the R.S. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre.
Lakeridge Health Oshawa is also home to Lakeridge Health Education and Research Network (LHEARN) that opened in 2013. LHEARN is the academic home for Queen’s University family physician residency program and for pediatric residency and training. LHEARN Centre provides training and testing medical professionals, including doctors, nurses and first responders (including Orngecritical care air ambulance paramedics).
Policing in Oshawa is provided by the Durham Regional Police Service. There are two police stations in Oshawa — one at 77 Centre Street North in the downtown area, and a South Oshawa Community Policing Centre on Cedar Street. EMS/Ambulance services are also operated by the Region of Durham. Oshawa Fire Services - operated by the city - operates from five fire stations located throughout the city. A sixth fire station is under construction at the northeast corner of Simcoe Street North and Britannia Avenue East.
Oshawa was the first city in Ontario to provide paramedic services. In 1979, 16 ambulance attendants were given specialized training to treat cardiac related problems in the pre-hospital setting. The program was called the Pre-hospital Cardiac Care (PHCC) program. From this single service, paramedic training was expanded to Toronto, Hamilton and the Provincial air ambulance service. The program has been the source of all paramedic programs in Ontario.
Oshawa has few media outlets of its own due to its proximity to Toronto. The city has one AM station, CKDO (1580), which is rebroadcast on 107.7 FM, and one FM station, 94.9 CKGE. Both stations are owned by Durham Radio, which also owns CJKX, which is licensed to the nearby community of Ajax, although all three stations are operated from the same studios at the Oshawa Executive Airport.
Oshawa has a CTV affiliate station, CHEX-TV-2 (Channel 12), which is a sister station of Peterborough's CHEX-DT. It airs a daily supper hour news and current affairs program targeted to Durham Region viewers. Although a larger city than Peterborough then and now, Oshawa was not granted a television station in the original 1950s assignments as it was geographically too close to Toronto, since the original spacings were set at 145 km (90 mi). Rogers Cable, the local cable television service provider, operates Rogers TV: a community channel with local television programming for cable subscribers.
Oshawa is served by several community newspapers, including the Oshawa Express, an independent which is published every Wednesday, and Oshawa This Week, published two times per week by Metroland. The long-standing daily newspaper, the Oshawa Times (also known at various times as the Oshawa Daily Times and Times-Gazette), was closed by its owner Thomson Newspapers, after a lengthy strike in 1994.
John Short Larke was the proprietor of the Oshawa Vindicator, a strongly pro-Conservative newspaper, in the late 19th century.
Oshawa is home to Artsforum Magazine, a not-for-profit magazine of arts and ideas launched in Fall 2000 by John Arkelian, its publisher and editor-in-chief. Topics in the magazine range from foreign policy to film.
Sports / Activities:
Oshawa is home to the Oshawa Generals of the Ontario Hockey League, the top level for players aged 15–20. In 2015, the Oshawa Generals won the Ontario Hockey League Championship, and ended their season winning the Memorial Cup Championship.
Famous alumni of this team include Bobby Orr, Alex Delvecchio, Wayne Cashman, Tony Tanti, Dave Andreychuk, Marc Savard, Eric Lindros, and John Tavares. The team moved from the Oshawa Civic Auditorium into the new General Motors Centre in November 2006. In 2016 the city of Oshawa partnered with Tribute Communities for naming rights and the General Motors Centre was renamed the Tribute Communities Centre.
The Oshawa Generals' home arena has been destroyed by fire twice in the franchise history. In June 1928, the Bradley Arena was destroyed by fire. Then, 25 years later, the Hambly Arena was also destroyed by fire.
Oshawa hosted Ron MacLean and the Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour on December 26–27, 2015.
The Oshawa Power of the National Basketball League of Canada began playing in October 2011. In the Spring of 2013, the Power announced a move from Oshawa to Mississauga, a western suburb of Toronto. The Power played home games at the General Motors Centre.
Oshawa was for many years one of the main centres for the sport of lacrosse and home of the Oshawa Green Gaels, one of the most storied teams in the sport. A player of note in the 1920s was Nels Stewart, who became a Hall of Famer in the National Hockey League. During the 1980s, when lacrosse seemed on the edge of oblivion in Canada, (the Green Gaels themselves having folded in the early part of the decade), lacrosse continued to be played in the neighbouring towns of Whitby and Brooklin, and many of the players were from Oshawa. However, since then, Clarington has taken over the Green Gaels association. With the rise of the National Lacrosse League the sport's survival seems assured and again, many players and others involved in the professional league are from the Oshawa area. Former Oshawa Green Gaels captain and Oshawa native, Derek Keenan, is the current coach and general manager of the Edmonton Rush. He was inducted into the Canadian Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 2012.
Oshawa has been the home of Oshawa Vikings Rugby Football Club since 1959. Notable players from the club since its inception include Dave Thompson (Ontario Rugby Hall of Fame), Dean Van Camp (Rugby Canada Men XV squad, OUA All-Star), Jonathan Cregg (Canada Rugby League Men's Squad, OUA All-Star), Jeffrey McDiarmid (Rugby Canada Under 19, OUA All-Star) and Andrew Tyler (Western University Men's Varsity Rugby MVP, OUA All-Star). The clubhouse (Thompson Rugby Park) is located in the Oshawa Hamlet of Raglan.
With over 3000 members the Oshawa Kicks Soccer Club is the largest soccer club in the City. The club offers recreational programs for 2000 children, and adult men's and women's leagues. In 2011 the Kicks were the first soccer club to operate children's and adult's winter soccer leagues in the new Civic Fieldhouse. The club has a competitive program for youth and adults, and has won several Ontario Cup Championship titles. In 2014 the Oshawa Kicks Soccer Club and Sheffield Wednesday Football Club signed an affiliation agreement that opened a pathway to professional soccer for boys and girls.
The Recreational enthusiast has it all right at your doorsteps. Oshawa has parks, walking trails, conservation areas, indoors and outdoor public swimming pools, community centres, and sports facilities. Lakeview Park stretches along the coast of Lake Ontario, complete with a sandy beach, and is the location of the Oshawa Museum. Also, the McLaughlin Bay Wildlife Reserve and Second Marsh Wildlife Area offer protected marshland areas with interpretive trails and viewing platforms. Oshawa's parks and trail system encompasses almost 410 hectares of parkland and more than 27 kilometres of paved trails. Oshawa has more than 130 parks, more than 110 playgrounds, nine splash pads, eight ice pads and three skateboard parks.
GO Transit trains connect the city with Toronto, Hamilton and points between. GO Transit buses provide service from Oshawa along the Highway 401 and Highway 2 corridors in Durham Region and to Toronto and York Region. GO Transit bus service is also provided from Oshawa Train station to Clarington and Peterborough via the downtown bus terminal. The Oshawa Station is owned by the national rail carrier Via Rail, which operates a service along the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor. Other services from the station include GO Buses, and the regional transit system Durham Region Transit provides local bus service. It replaced Oshawa Transit on 1 January 2006.
The province announced in June 2016 an extension of the GO train service from Oshawa to Bowmanville, including extending the train network by nearly 20 kilometres and building four new stations. The new GO rail service is expected to begin by 2023-24. The four new stations will be at Thornton Road in Oshawa, Ritson Road in Oshawa, Courtice Road in Courtice and Martin Road in Bowmanville.
Private intercity buses are provided by Greyhound Canada (to Toronto, Port Hope, Cobourg and Belleville, and to Peterborough and Ottawa, and Can-Ar daily to/from Lindsay and Toronto.
Rail freight is carried on the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railways which traverse the city.
Other than Highway 2, which reverted to local jurisdiction (King Street and Bond Street) in 1998, the city had no provincially maintained highways until the original section of Highway 401 opened in 1947 (as Highway 2A). The highway originally terminated at Ritson Road, and was extended east through the remainder of the city to Newcastle in 1952. Oshawa was the only city that Highway 401 was built directly through, rather than bypassing. This resulted in the demolition of several streets and hundreds of homes in the 1930s and 1940s.
Highway 407, a tolled 400-series highway, opened to Harmony Road in Oshawa on June 20, 2016, including a tolled north–south link to Highway 401 known as Highway 412. A further extension will push the highway further east to Highway 35 / Highway 115 in Clarington by 2020, with a second link to Highway 401 known as Highway 418.
The Port of Oshawa is a major stop for the auto and steel industries as well as winter road salt handling and agricultural fertilizer. A marine rescue unit (COMRA) is also stationed at the port. A regional airport with on-site customs and immigration authorities also services the City (see above). On 21 May 2009, Canadian Transportation Minister John Baird announced that the status of Oshawa's port would be changed from a harbour commission to a full-fledged Port Authority. The creation of a federal port authority has caused some controversy as there are others who wish to see the port transferred to municipal ownership and recreational use.
Artsforum Magazine (a not-for-profit magazine of arts and ideas)
Cinechats Film Series (a not-for-profit community education collaboration between the Durham Council for the Arts, Artsforum Magazine, the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and Durham College, which brings the finest films in the world—including several North American premieres—to audiences in the Eastern Greater Toronto Area)
Durham Council for the Arts (the region's oldest arts council, established in 1963, a charitable organization devoted to supporting and promoting artistic, cultural, and intellectual excellence throughout Durham Region)
Ontario Philharmonic (regarded as one of Canada's finest regional orchestras)
Ontario Regiment RCAC Museum
Oshawa Fiesta Week
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery
Oshawa Downtown Murals
Oshawa Little Theatre
General Motors Centre
Legends Centre (North Oshawa Recreation Centre)
Heritage Oshawa (sponsors an annual Doors Open event)
Dancy Productions (A Not-For-Profit Theatre Company)
Durham Shoestring Performers
Regent Theatre (a designated heritage building owned by UOIT, but used for performing arts programs on weekends and evenings)
Durham Community Choir
Oshawa Public Library
Oshawa Camera Club
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MLS®#:E5067081 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Central - Oshawa
Development Opportunity - Condo / Multi-Family - Downtown Oshawa, Across Bruce Street From Tribute Communities Centre (Premier Sports & Entertainment Facility) Abutting The Michael Starr Trail A 5 Km, Multi-Use Paved Recreational Trail. Requires Rezoning & Site Plan Application. Pre-Application Consultation Completed. Conforms To Official Plan D....More details
MLS®#:E5071949 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Central - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5077728 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Eastdale - Oshawa
1500-2000 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E5086075 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Windfields - Oshawa
1500-2000 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E5082746 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Windfields - Oshawa
900-999 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E4900026 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Central - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5083651 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Windfields - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5076860 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Windfields - Oshawa
1500-2000 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E4913838 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Donevan - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E4934557 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E5084923 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Vanier - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5085687 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Central - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5076166 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Central - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5076534 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Lakeview - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5070491 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Centennial - Oshawa
1100-1500 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E5086009 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Windfields - Oshawa
1500-2000 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E4959943 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E4959955 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
Exceptional Turnkey Investment Property In Oshawa's Newest Student Condo Rental Building. Direct Access To University Of Ontario Institute Of Technology. Short Walk To Campus. Dominoes Pizza, Osmows And Starbucks On Site. Award Winning Studio Design Includes Kitchenette, Spacious Dining/Work Table, Internet Enabled Study Niche, Murphy Bed, And 3Pc ....More details
MLS®#:E5083190 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Northwood - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E4895286 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:O'Neill - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5083440 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Centennial - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E5082689 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Central - Oshawa
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MLS®#:E4957017 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E5075893 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
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MLS®#:E4951340 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
Unit Available In One Of Oshawa Newest Condo Buildings. Excellent Turn Key Investment Ideal For Student Rental. Walk Condo To Campus In Under 5 Minutes. Dominoes, Osmows, And Starbucks Onsite. You Could Actually Make Money While Your Child Goes To School.
MLS®#:E4895433 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Centennial - Oshawa
Attention Fitness Enthusiasts And Entrepreneurs Opportunity Knocks To Own And Operate A Juice Bar In A Well Established Location Inside La Fitness One Of The Largest Corporate Gyms In North America With Exclusive Rights To Sell And Market Protein Shakes, Food, Supplements, Clothing And Includes Two Food And Beverage Vending Machines With Digital Ad....More details
MLS®#:E5063608 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
Welcome To Suite 211 At University Condos. Seconds To Ontario Tech University, Durham College, School Of Business, I.T. & Management. Contemporary Design Includes Kitchenette Spacious Dining/Work Table, Internet Enabled Study Niche, Murphy Bed Included, 3 Pc Bathroom & Lots Of Storage Space. Common Area Social Lounge/Lobby, 4 Meeting Rooms, Gym, Pa....More details
MLS®#:E5063617 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
Welcome To Suite 213 At University Condos. Seconds To Ontario Tech University, Durham College, School Of Business, I.T. & Management. Contemporary Design Includes Kitchenette Spacious Dining/Work Table, Internet Enabled Study Niche, Murphy Bed Included, 3 Pc Bathroom & Lots Of Storage Space. Common Area Social Lounge/Lobby, 4 Meeting Rooms, Gym, Pa....More details
MLS®#:E4960181 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Centennial - Oshawa
Well Established Sushi Restaurant For Sale; Strategically Located In Taunton Rd/ Simcoe St, Close To Durham College And Uoit; Public Transit, Step To Street Car Stop. Stable & Loyal Clientele; Plenty Seats For Dine In; Big Kitchen To Handle Take Out And Catering Business; Walk-In Cooler And Freezer For Food Storage; Large Range Hood; Llbo Licensed.
MLS®#:E5086003 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Vanier - Oshawa
Look No Further, All Brick, 3 Plus Two Bedrooms, Semi Detached Bungalow With Super Convenient Location, Excellent Opportunity For The First Time Home Buyer Or Investor. Located Within Walking Distance To The Schools, Parks, The Oshawa Centre And Transit With Easy Access To 401. Beautiful Private Backyard With Deck. Separate Entrance To Basement.
MLS®#:E4986416 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:Samac - Oshawa
0-499 Sq Ft
Stylish Studio Condo At University. Great Investment Earnings $939.00/Month Rent. Quick Walk Stylish Studio Condo At University & Durham College, School Of Business It & Management. Contemporary Design Includes Kitchenette Spacious Dinning/ Work Table, Internet Enabled Study Niche, Murphy Bed Included, 3 Pc Bathroom And Lots Of Storage Space. Commo....More details
MLS®#:E5059216 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Vanier - Oshawa
Turnkey Investment Property! Fully Rebuilt Legal Duplex With 2 Above Grade Accessory Apts; 2X2 Bedroom & 2X1 Bedroom All With Sep Walk-Outs. High End Finishes Include Granite & Ceramic Flring, Curved Granite Stairs W/ Wrought Iron Balusters. Custom Cabinetry In Kitchen W/Granite Countertop & Backsplash. All Units Boasts 10' Ceilings & Large Hi-Eff....More details
MLS®#:E5079186 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Windfields - Oshawa
2500-3000 Sq Ft
* Beautiful Well Kept Home Back Onto Ravine * Windfields Community * Mins To Hwy 407, Top Ranking Northern Dancer Public School , O.U.I.T, Golf Club, Catholic School * Upgrades With 9'Ceiling, Hardwood Flr On Main Floor, Oak Stairs, 4 Large Bedrooms, 2 Ensuite Baths And A Bonus Computer Niche That Can Be Used As Office Space, No Side Walk,More Par....More details
MLS®#:E5086469 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Vanier - Oshawa
Extra Large Lot!!! One And Half Storey House On A Great Street In Short Walking Distance To The Oshawa Centre. Dining Area Has Walkout To Covered Deck, Living Room Has Gas Fireplace/Stove. Detached Garage Has Hydro And Lots Of Parking In The Driveway. Inground Swimming Pool In Large Backyard. Roof Shingles Replaced In 2016.
MLS®#:E4996804 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:Vanier - Oshawa
Great High Traffic Corner Location! Close To Oshawa Shopping Centre & Next To Apt. Bldg, Easy Enter And Exit, Lots Of Parking Spaces. Well Maintained Free Standing Building, Main Floor Convenience Store, 4 Bedroom Apartment Upstairs, Monthly Rent $4500 Plus Hst