Samac neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include Kedron, Centennial, Windfields, Northwood, Northglen.
Samac has 64 homes on the market. Of the 781 total properties listed in Oshawa, Samac makes up just 8.2%. The average asking price of a property in Samac is $444,294, with an estimated mortgage of $1,505 per month. That is 1.5 times less of the average asking price of $668,262 in Oshawa. Properties listed in Samac are an average of 393 square feet, with 1.5 beds and 1.7 baths. Samac has 31.3% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Samac, located between Conlin Road and Taunton Road west of Wilson Road, is a family-oriented neighbourhood that provides its residents with access to amenities such as shopping and schools.
Samac real estate is situated in a younger community full of well-maintained homes and yards. There are plenty of recreational green spaces near Samac homes for sale, including Eden Park, Cedar Valley Conservation Area, Sherwood Park, and Samac Lake.
Samac has much to offer families seeking a first home, including plenty of nearby schools, abundant park space, and easy access to several major roads.
MLS listings for Samac feature a diverse assortment of detached homes, such as bungalows and two-story residences, as well as spacious townhouses.
Major roads near Samac real estate include Simcoe Street, Taunton Road, Wilson Road, and Ritson Road. The Oshawa Municipal Airport is located just southwest of Samac.
The Five Points Mall (285 Taunton Road East) features an assortment of retailers, restaurants, salons, electronics stores, and other businesses. There are also many restaurants and stores located along Taunton Road and Simcoe Street.
Schools available to Samac residents include Kedron Public School (1935 Ritson Road), Sherwood Public School (633 Ormond Drive), and Maxwell Heights Secondary School (1100 Coldstream Drive). The University of Ontario Institute of Technology is also located in the northwest part of the neighbourhood.
There are many ways to have fun outdoors in Samac. Camp Samac, operated by Scouts Canada, is a scenic, 163-acre campground with cabins for rent and plenty of fun activities such as canoeing. Another popular spot is the Cedar Valley Conservation Area, with its wooded hiking paths.