Northglen neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Northwood, McLaughlin, Samac, Centennial, O'Neill.
Northglen has 10 homes on the market. Of the 781 total properties listed in Oshawa, Northglen makes up just 1.3%. The average asking price of a property in Northglen is $566,622, with an estimated mortgage of $1,919 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $668,262 in Oshawa. Properties listed in Northglen are an average of 0 square feet, with 2.2 beds and 2 baths. Northglen has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Northglen is a mature neighbourhood full of well-maintained older homes.
Northglen homes for sale are set on sizeable lots, shaded by tall, stately old trees. Parks in the area include Brookside Park and Bermuda Court Park.
With its cozy, relatively affordable homes and easy access to schools and other amenities, Northglen is an ideal neighbourhood for families seeking a first home, as well as for couples looking for a peaceful neighbourhood in which to retire.
MLS listings for Northglen feature a wide variety of detached homes, including bungalows and more spacious two-story properties.
There are several major roads located near Northglen real estate, including Thornton Road, Rossland Road, and Taunton Road. Oshawa Municipal Airport (1200 Airport Boulevard) is also located in the northern part of the neighbourhood.
Many stores and restaurants can be found near the intersection of Taunton Road and Simcoe Street, just a short drive east of Northglen.
Schools available to Northglen families include Adelaide McLaughlin Public School (630 Stevenson Road North), Sunset Heights Public School (1130 Mohawk Street), and Monsignor Paul Dwyer Catholic High School (700 Stevenson Road North).
Oshawa Airport Golf Club (1145 Thornton Road North) is a challenging executive course with a reputation for being meticulously maintained. This course features diverse obstacles such as sand traps, water, and elevation changes designed to encourage golfers to use every club in their bag and every trick in their book.