Pinecrest neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Taunton, Eastdale, Centennial, O'Neill, Samac.
Pinecrest has 24 homes on the market. Of the 782 total properties listed in Oshawa, Pinecrest makes up just 3.1%. The average asking price of a property in Pinecrest is $730,818, with an estimated mortgage of $2,476 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $669,963 in Oshawa. Properties listed in Pinecrest are an average of 1106 square feet, with 3.3 beds and 3.3 baths. Pinecrest has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Pinecrest is a peaceful, family-friendly neighbourhood that boasts an abundance of park space and nearby schools.
Pinecrest real estate listings feature homes situated in diverse settings. In the upscale Pinecrest subdivision, homes are set on deep lots and surrounded by stately mature trees. In newer subdivisions, Pinecrest homes for sale are surrounded by young trees and well-maintained yards.
There are several parks within walking distance of Pinecrest real estate, including Attersley Park, Ridge Valley Park, Pinecrest Park, Iroquois Shoreline Park, Glenbourne Park, and many others. The Harmony Valley Conservation Area is also located within Pinecrest.
Pinecrest is conveniently located within minutes of several major roads, and amenities such as shopping, entertainment, and recreation are all just minutes away.
MLS listings for Pinecrest include a wide variety of detached homes, ranging from newer two-story homes to sprawling luxury bungalows. Semi-detached homes and townhouses are also available.
Major roads near Pinecrest real estate include Rossland Road, Townline Road, Harmony Road, King Street, and Bond Street.
The Five Points Mall (285 Taunton Road East), located just west of Eastdale, features a selection of clothing retailers, restaurants, salons, and other businesses.
Schools located near Pinecrest homes for sale include Pierre Elliott Trudeau Public School (1111 Beatrice Street East), Gordon B. Attersley Public School (1110 Attersley Drive), and Harmony Heights Public School (590 Galahad Drive).
The Harmony Valley Conservation Area is a popular destination among mountain bikers and dirt bikers. This scenic, wooded conservation area features many well-worn trails and challenging natural terrain.