O'Neill neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Centennial, Central, McLaughlin, Vanier, Eastdale.
O'Neill has 72 homes on the market. Of the 822 total properties listed in Oshawa, O'Neill makes up just 8.8%. The average asking price of a property in O'Neill is $519,948, with an estimated mortgage of $1,761 per month. That is 1.2 times less of the average asking price of $620,677 in Oshawa. Properties listed in O'Neill are an average of 350 square feet, with 2.8 beds and 2 baths. O'Neill has 6.9% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
O’Neill is a well-established, picturesque community conveniently located near the heart of Oshawa.
O’Neill real estate listings feature homes set on fairly large lots, shaded by an abundance of mature trees. There are several parks within walking distance of O’Neill homes for sale, including Central Park, Alexandra Park, and Woodview Park.
The downtown core of Oshawa is easily accessible for O’Neill residents, which means that there is always something fun to do on weekends. Families with young children might find the area to be particularly attractive, thanks to its abundant park space and nearby schools.
MLS listings for O’Neill feature two-story homes, most of which are well-maintained older homes, as well as modern condominiums and townhouses.
Major roads near O’Neill include King Street, Bond Street, Ritson Road, Simcoe Street, and Rossland Road. Highway 401 is just a few minutes south of O’Neill. The neighbourhood is also served by public transportation.
Downtown Oshawa is centred around the intersection of Simcoe Street and King Street. Here shoppers can find a wide variety of local shops, salons, restaurants, galleries, and other businesses.
Schools available to O’Neill families include Dr. S. J. Phillips Public School (625 Simcoe Street North), Sir Albert Love Catholic School (425 Wilson Road North), Coronation Public School (441 Adelaide Avenue East), and O’Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute (301 Simcoe Street North).
There is plenty to do in downtown O’Neill, including nightclubs, bars, great restaurants, live entertainment, and more. There are also events such as car shows, parades, and seasonal festivals to attend.
Parkwood Estate, located in the western part of O’Neill on Simcoe Street, is a must-see for history buffs and garden-lovers alike. This historic manor once belonged to Samuel McLaughlin, the founder of General Motors Canada. The house and gardens have been carefully preserved, and are open for tours.