Plenty of condominium homes under $500,000 in Oshawa


Published January 3, 2023 at 5:14 pm

50 Richmond St. E.

Go east, young person, and there be bargains. At least if you consider under $500,000 for a home a bargain, which in todays market in the GTA, it is.

In Oshawa those kind of housing deals are available, making the city a magnet for first-time homebuyers, which are often young people.

Real estate company Zoocasa has compiled a list of eight choice properties available right now, ranging in price from $247,900 to $499,999.

At the low end of the scale are three units at the University Studios complex at 1900 Simcoe St. N. that are listed at $247,900, $277,000 and $318,000, respectively.

These studio apartments are perfect for first-time home buyers and investors, as well as a placed where all your friends can live.

A condo unit at 50 Richmond St. E. in downtown is also attractive at $387,000. This one-bedroom, north-facing apartment has an open floor design with floor-to-ceiling windows, a sizable balcony, and a stunning courtyard view.

The apartment also features a breakfast bar, pot lights and amenities such an indoor pool, sauna, gym, party room, pool table, library, workshop, car wash area and underground parking.

View the listing here.

If townhomes are your thing, 120 Nonquon may be the place for you. A 3-bedroom unit in this north-end neighbourhood is listed at $399,000, a rare price for a home with that many bedrooms.

View the listing here.

120 Nonquon Road

Even farther north in Oshawa’s booming university district is a 1-bedroom unit at 2550 Simcoe. St. N that is selling for $399,990.

This apartment boasts a downtown vibe and is well-maintained, cut, cozy and close to all amenities. It also includes a sliding glass bedroom door, quartz countertops and a west exposure view.

View the listing here

That view becomes a little more expensive at another unit in the same building, with a 1-bedroom apartment with a den at 2550 Simcoe. St. N. selling for $499,999.

This brand new apartment has a practical layout and a sizable east-facing balcony. The large den area is ideal for both additional living and office space. The Riocan Shopping Center, the new Costco, and Ontario Tech/Durham College are all nearby.

View the listing here.

2550 Simcoe St. N

Back downtown is a 1-bedroom condo apartment at 44 Bond St. W that includes a sizable balcony, stainless steel appliances, 9-foot ceilings, ensuite laundry and extra deep soaker tub.

The unit is listed at $417,900.

View the listing here.

South of downtown is Oshawa’s iconic rowhouses – the Front Porch Neighbourhood – and these tiny homes are among the most affordable in the city. One such unit at 108.5 Olive Avenue, is listed at $440,000.

View the listing here.

At 55 William St. E in Oshawa’s downtown, a 3-bedroom corner apartment is available in McLaughlin Square for $498,800.

Among the enhancements – besides proximity to shops, restaurants and other amenities – are California shutters on most windows, bespoke closet storage, laminate flooring, and stainless steel appliances.

View the listing here.


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