Lakeview neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Farewell, Central, Stevenson, Donevan, Vanier.
Lakeview has 70 homes on the market. Of the 822 total properties listed in Oshawa, Lakeview makes up just 8.5%. The average asking price of a property in Lakeview is $631,103, with an estimated mortgage of $2,138 per month. That is 1 times of the average asking price of $620,677 in Oshawa. Properties listed in Lakeview are an average of 276 square feet, with 2.1 beds and 1.8 baths. Lakeview has 2.9% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Lakeview is a family-friendly community notable for its abundant park space, scenic waterfront views, affordable real estate, and convenient location near the downtown core of Oshawa.
Lakeview real estate listings feature homes situated in a mature neighbourhood full of trees and greenery. There are many recreational green spaces in the area, including the Pumphouse Marsh Wildlife Reserve, Lakewoods Park, Lakeview Park, and the Oshawa Valleylands Conservation Area.
Young families looking for an entry-level home and couples looking for a peaceful neighbourhood in which to retire might want to start their search with Lakeview MLS listings. This neighbourhood has much to offer families, including nearby schools, entertainment, and easy access to major roads.
MLS listings for Lakeview feature detached homes ranging from cosy bungalows to more spacious multi-level homes, as well as townhouses and condos.
Major roads near Lakeview real estate include Highway 401, Simcoe Street, Park Road, and Philip Murray Avenue. Public transportation is also available in the vicinity.
The downtown core of Oshawa, centred at King Street and Simcoe Street, is just a few minutes north of Lakeview. Families can explore an array of local shops and restaurants, as well as art galleries, bars, and music venues.
There are several schools available to Lakeview families, including Glen Street Public School (929 Glen Street), Dr. C. F. Cannon Public School (1196 Cedar Street), Lakewoods Public School (323 Chaleur Avenue), and G. L. Roberts Collegiate and Vocational Institute (399 Chaleur Avenue).
There are many ways to have fun outdoors at Lakeview’s many parks and conservation areas. Families can spend the day wandering the trails, playing soccer, and cooling off at the splash pad in Lakeview Park, or go fishing in the Oshawa Valleylands Conservation Area.