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Oshawa Freehold Townhomes
If you wish to live in a freehold townhome that is located in an excellent city, then you will definitely want to be in the market for one of the Oshawa freehold townhomes for sale. Freehold townhomes are wonderful, as you will be able to not only acquire the home itself in the final purchase, but also the land that it sits on (unlike condo townhomes); plus, you don't have a condo corporation around to tell you what is and is not feasible for alterations to YOUR property. Oshawa has plenty of freehold townhomes scattered throughout its borders, and thanks to the major roadways that crisscross through the city, no matter which of these freehold townhomes you choose, you will find that you are quite close to all of the city's amenities regardless (as well as its recreational activities); stores, parks, schools, the blue waters of Lake Ontario, even golf courses; all of this and more will quite literally be at your fingertips when any of the major roadways of the city are utilized to their fullest extent. Besides the major highways, you also have the Highway 401, which can get you to virtually any part of the city's southern half, but also get you far beyond the city limits to all of the other nearby towns-cities on the lakeshore.
As far as the transportation goes through Oshawa from any one of the Oshawa freehold townhomes for sale, you have King Street and Bond Street (which are the two main east-west roadways that service all of Oshawa), while Thickson Road, Thornton Road, Simcoe Street, and Harmony Road are the main roadways for north and southward travel. On pretty much all of these major roadways, you also have public transit available to you that can take you to pretty much any part of the city that you want. You also have, at the southern end of the city of Oshawa by the lakeshore, the Oshawa Train Station (which not only serves as a GO train station, but also a VIA rail train station too). Between all of the transportation options that are offered here, there truly is no place in the city of Oshawa (and even beyond in the case of the GO train and VIA train and Highway 401) that you will not be able to get to from your freehold townhome, regardless of where it is. The idea of a daytrip into the city of Toronto or out into the country is very possible (and experiencing all of the amenities offered there), and at day's end, you can come back to Oshawa and relax.
The amenities that can be found in Oshawa are numerous, and a couple of the city's intersections have a particular congestion of many of them, namely the intersection of King Street and Stevenson Street, as well as the intersection of Ritson Road and Adelaide Avenue. At the former of the intersections sits a shopping mall called Oshawa Centre, and at the latter sits a large grocery store. Between both of them however, you will be able to find several restaurants/fast food places, a couple of banks, a couple of pharmacies, a couple of gas stations, a post office, a handful of boutiques, and a couple of big box stores, along with plenty of other storefronts that are sure to be of great benefit to you. With regards to the parks that can be found (and accessed from virtually any of the Oshawa freehold townhomes for rent), some of the best examples of them are Alexandra Park, Eastbourne Park, Woodview Park, Valley Grove Park, Central Park, Easton Park, Knights of Columbus Park, and Chopin park, as well as Cordova Park and Lakefront Park West. Thanks to these parks and more being scattered all throughout Oshawa, you will have the ability to experience awesome greenery without having to leave the city itself.
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