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detached
$699,999
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574 Olive Ave
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condo townhouse
$780,000
3bedrooms   3bathrooms   2parking spaces
2701 Magdalen Path
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detached
$1,579,900
6bedrooms   6bathrooms   4parking spaces
861 Rexton Dr
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detached
$988,000
4bedrooms   4bathrooms   6parking spaces
2546 Stallion Dr
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condo townhouse
$459,800
3bedrooms   2bathrooms   1parking spaces
#63 - 1100 Oxford St
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detached
$1,174,900
4bedrooms   3bathrooms   6parking spaces
908 Mount Allan Ave
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detached
$999,500
4bedrooms   3bathrooms   6parking spaces
681 Whistler Dr
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townhouse
$609,900
2bedrooms   2bathrooms   3parking spaces
40 Nearco Cres
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detached
$949,000
4+1bedrooms   3bathrooms   4parking spaces
561 Laval St
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apartment
$387,000
1bedrooms   1bathrooms   1parking spaces
#332 - 50 Richmond St
listed 4 days ago
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townhouse
$758,000
4bedrooms   3bathrooms   2parking spaces
2623 Eaglesham Path
listed 4 days ago
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detached
$1,099,900
4bedrooms   3bathrooms   4parking spaces
523 Ormond Dr
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detached
$799,900
3+1bedrooms   2bathrooms   3parking spaces
893 Mahina St
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condo townhouse
$599,999
3bedrooms   2bathrooms   2parking spaces
#139 - 1133 Ritson Rd
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semi-detached
$649,900
2bedrooms   3bathrooms   3parking spaces
48 Drew St
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Looking for houses for sale in Oshawa?

Oshawa has a wide variety of housing in different styles. When looking for homes for sale in Oshawa, you will find Tudor houses, converted colonial buildings, modern townhouses, and detached suburban houses.

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Find out everything you need to know about Oshawa below: real estate trends, infrastructure, demographics, and more.

Oshawa City Guide

Oshawa is a city in the Regional Municipality of Durham in Ontario, Canada. Its name comes from the Ojibwa term “aaz haway,” which means “the crossing place.” Once the birthplace of the automotive industry in Canada, Oshawa is now also a hub for education and health sciences. It has a population of 170,071 and is 31st on the list of the largest municipalities in Canada.

170,071

Population

2.1%

Population growth rate

8.4%

Unemployment rate

Demographics

Out of 159,458 Oshawa residents, 16% belong to the visible minority group represented by people of Black, South Asian, Chinese, Filipino, and other origins.

Religious-wise, the Canadian Census shows that the vast majority of the population are Christians (78.8%). Other religions include Islam, Hinduism, and Sikhism.

The largest age group in Oshawa is people of 50 – 54 years old. The median age is 41, and 66.81% of residents are in the working age group.

40,355

Total families

$63,136

Family Income (Median)

41

Age (median)

47%

College educated

Neighbourhoods & Districts

Oshawa consists of 20 neighbourhoods, including industrial, rural, commercial and residential areas. The oldest districts – O’Neill and Lakeview – represent the historic part of Oshawa with their Tudor and Edwardian houses. Central, or Downtown, Oshawa can offer to newcomers repurposed landmark buildings that were changed into condominiums. If you’re looking for a newer area that still has a 70s’ vibe, then check out Eastdale with its two-storey and split-level houses. The desire for quiet suburban life will be fulfilled in such neighbourhoods as Pinecrest and Taunton. Northglen charms its visitors with tree-lined streets and cozy bungalows. Samac is like a breath of fresh air thanks to more modern builds. Donevan and Vanier will give you a chance to live in a nice ranch-style house.

Infrastructure

Lakeridge Health Oshawa is responsible for health care services in the city. Not only is it a full-service hospital, but it also houses the RS. McLaughlin Durham Regional Cancer Centre.

Public transport in Oshawa is represented by GO Transit buses and trains, as well as by intercity buses of TOK Coachlines.

Private general aviation and charter flights are operated by Oshawa Executive Airport. There are also two airports nearby that provide scheduled services: Toronto Pearson International Airport and Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport.

Education

Four school boards provide elementary and secondary education in Oshawa: The Durham District School Board (public-secular; first language – English) The Durham Catholic District School Board (public-separate; first language – English) The Conseil scolaire Viamonde (public-secular; first language – French) Conseil scolaire catholique MonAvenir (public-separate; first language – French)

Oshawa also offers post-secondary education at Durham College, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, and Trent University Durham.

Landmarks & Entertainment

Oshawa has a lot of places for outdoor activities: parks, promenades, walking trails, and swimming pools. As for indoor entertainment, there are Oshawa Museum, Canadian Automotive Museum, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, and other cultural spots. Sports fans will find it interesting to visit the Tribute Communities Centre, home to Oshawa Generals, the local hockey team.

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