McLaughlin neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Vanier, Northglen, O'Neill, Centennial, Central.
McLaughlin has 84 homes on the market. Of the 781 total properties listed in Oshawa, McLaughlin makes up just 10.8%. The average asking price of a property in McLaughlin is $592,655, with an estimated mortgage of $2,008 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $667,862 in Oshawa. Properties listed in McLaughlin are an average of 413 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 2.3 baths. McLaughlin has 1.2% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
McLaughlin is a mature neighbourhood that features plenty of affordable homes and nearby parks.
McLaughlin homes for sale are situated along streets lined with plenty of tall trees and neatly-maintained lawns. Parks near McLaughlin real estate include Fernhill Park, Dundee Park, and Nipigon Park.
McLaughlin is an ideal area for young families thanks to its affordable real estate and easy access to amenities such as schools.
MLS listings for McLaughlin primarily feature cozy bungalows, as well as some two-story homes.
There are several major roads located near McLaughlin real estate, including Stevenson Road, Rossland Road, Thornton Road, King Street, and Bond Street. Public transit routes area also available in the area.
There are many shopping centres near McLaughlin, including the downtown business district centred around the intersection of King Street and Simcoe Street, just east of McLaughlin.
The Oshawa Centre (419 King Street West) is also located near Mclaughlin. Boasting over 230 retailers and restaurants, this is the largest shopping mall in the eastern part of the Greater Toronto Area.
Schools available to McLaughlin families include Adelaide McLaughlin Public School (630 Stevenson Road North), Woodcrest Public School (506 Woodcrest Avenue), and R. S. McLaughlin Collegiate and Vocational Institute (570 Stevenson Road North).
The Parkwood Estate (270 Simcoe Street North), located just east of McLaughlin, is a must-see for history buffs. Originally home to R. Samuel McLaughlin, founder of General Motors of Canada, this historic home has been carefully preserved to reflect how its former residents lived at the time. There are also beautiful gardens to explore.