Courtice neighbourhood in Clarington. Popular communities include Bowmanville, Rural Clarington, Orono, Newcastle.
Courtice has 97 homes on the market. Of the 399 total properties listed in Clarington, Courtice makes up just 24.3%. The average asking price of a property in Courtice is $745,825, with an estimated mortgage of $2,527 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $941,971 in Clarington. Properties listed in Courtice are an average of 915 square feet, with 3 beds and 2.8 baths. Courtice has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Courtice is a family-friendly neighbourhood that features primarily newer homes, despite its long history—the first settlers in the area arrived in the late 1700s.
Courtice homes for sale can be found along peaceful residential streets lined with well-maintained lawns and plenty of trees. In the northern part of the neighbourhood, country homes offering privacy and scenic views can be found.
Parks near Courtice real estate include Darlington Provincial Park, Courtice West Park, and several parkettes.
Courtice is an ideal neighbourhood for families with children, thanks to the availability of amenities such as schools, community centres, shopping, and more. Courtice is also located near several major roads, which makes it very convenient for commuters to other cities.
MLS listings for Courtice feature a wide variety of detached and semi-detached homes, as well as townhouses.
Although the first settlers in Courtice were the James and Trulls families, Courtice is named for one of the later families: the family of Thomas Courtice, who arrived in the area in 1831 from England.
Major roads near Courtice homes for sale include King Street, Townline Road, and Highway 401.
Public transportation is available to Courtice residents from Durham Region Transit and GO Transit.
Shopping plazas can be found along major roads in Courtice, such as the Town Line Centre, which is located near the intersection of Townline Road and King Street.
There are many schools available to Courtice residents, including S. T. Worden Public School (1462 Nash Road), Dr. Emily Stowe School (71 Sandringham Court), Courtice Secondary School (1717 Nash Road), and Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School (2260 Courtice Road).
Darlington Provincial Park is a must-see for families who love to spend time outdoors. Families can spend the day playing on the sandy beach and swimming in the lake, hiking the nature trails, fishing, and picnicking. Visitors can wind down at the end of the day with a campfire at one of the park’s 300 campsites.