Vanier neighbourhood in Oshawa. Popular communities include McLaughlin, Stevenson, O'Neill, Central, Lakeview.
Vanier has 38 homes on the market. Of the 702 total properties listed in Oshawa, Vanier makes up just 5.4%. The average asking price of a property in Vanier is $1,010,549, with an estimated mortgage of $3,423 per month. That is 1.5 times of the average asking price of $661,013 in Oshawa. Properties listed in Vanier are an average of 179 square feet, with 2.2 beds and 1.6 baths. Vanier has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Vanier is an affordable neighbourhood conveniently located near downtown Oshawa.
Vanier homes for sale are situated along peaceful streets lined with mature trees and fairly sizeable lawns. Parks near Vanier real estate include Laval Drive Park, Rotary Park, Durham Court Park, Warne Park, and many others.
Vanier is an ideal neighbourhood for young families seeking a first home, thanks to its affordable real estate, abundant park space, and easy access to amenities such as schools and major shopping centres.
MLS listings for Vanier feature many cosy bungalows, as well as two-story homes, townhouses, and apartments.
Highway 401 runs along the southern border of the neighbourhood. Other major roads near Vanier real estate include King Street, Bond Street, Stevenson Road, and Thornton Road.
Oshawa Centre (419 King Street West), the largest shopping mall in Ontario east of Toronto, is located near Vanier’s northern border. This two-story shopping mall boasts over 230 retailers and restaurants. The downtown business district of Oshawa is also located just east of Vanier, near the intersection of King Street and Simcoe Street.
Schools available to Vanier families include Waverly Public School (100 Waverly Street South), College Hill Public School (530 Laval Street), and Oshawa Central Collegiate Institute (155 Gibb Street).
Many of the events of Oshawa’s Fiesta Week, a summer family festival celebrating Durham Region’s diversity, are held along King Street near Vanier. This festival was named one of the Top 100 Festivals & Events in Ontario, and features live music, great food, and a parade.