Modern Towns at Kingsview Ridge
Modern Towns at Kingsview Ridge is a new townhouse development in Oshawa near Taunton Road & Townline Road North by Treasure Hills. More detail is coming soon!
Modern Towns at Kingsview RidgeHighlights:
- minutes away from HWY 401 & 407
- Close to GO Transit, Oshawa GO Station
- Short distance from Durham College
- Less than an hour drive to Downtown Toronto
- 30 mins drive to Markham
- Many public and secondary schools nearby
- Recreation Centre nearby
- Golf Courses located very close
Royalty in Oshawa
Discover a charmed life in Oshawa in a lavish home designed to make you feel like royalty. Coming soon is a collection of Modern Towns at Kingsview Ridge with luxurious interiors and elegant exteriors in an exceptional location at the Oshawa/Courtice border.
Everything is close by
Life is convenient at Kingsview Ridge. Located at Shankel Road and Townline Road on the border of Oshawa and Courtice, this new community is within minutes of many incredible schools, beautiful parks, desirable shops, delectable restaurants, and so much more. Highway 401 and the new 407 extension are both a short drive away providing an easy commute into the city.
Enjoy an active lifestyle in Oshawa with a number of community and recreation centres for all ages. Near Modern Towns at Kingsview Ridge, you will find the nature trails of the Harmony Valley Conservation Area which are enjoyed by all nature enthusiasts. The park also contains a popular off-leash area for dogs. Everything you need is at your fingertips when you live in Kingsview Ridge.
Top Reasons to Invest in Modern Towns at Kingsview Ridge
For residents of Modern Towns, access to all essential amenities will be just a two minute drive away. The wildly popular SmartCentres Oshawa is essentially across the street, offering fitness centres, pharmacies, banks, LCBO, The Home Depot, Sport Chek, not to mention a number of popular restaurants like Kelsey's, Swiss Chalet, East Side Mario's, Buffalo Wild Wings and more! Also very close by is a Cineplex Odeon cinema.
And if that wasn't enough in terms of convenience, just 12 minutes away is the Oshawa Centre Mall, providing other amenities, services and restaurants.
Families will be happy to know that the area offers a wide variety of excellent schools nearby. From Jeanne Sauvé Public School, Maxwell Heights Secondary, to St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School and others, all within a short walk, the area is ripe with opportunities for youngsters.
And of course, with all this urban convenience, residents will look to nearby nature preserves and parks in order to escape and relax. Thankfully there are a number of green spaces nearby. Ritson Fields Park, Mountjoy Park, Coldstream Park and Attersley Park are all nearby and great places to spend an afternoon catching the sun, and just 5 minute by car takes residents to the Harmony Valley Conservation Area - 28 hectares of hardwood forests, fields, and meadows. Harmony Valley is the perfect place to take a hike through it's many nature trails and it's popular off-leash dog park.
Only 15 minutes drive away is the exciting Treetop Eco Adventure Park, an attraction for families looking for obstacle courses, zip lines, climbing walls and suspension bridges. And also nearby, the Civic Recreation Complex includes outdoor fields, tracks, an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, playground and more.
Connected to many of the GTA's largest, highest traffic highways like the 407, and the 401 (which is just a five minute drive away), residents of Oshawa face short, manageable commutes into the city, and with connections to Northbound highways like Highway 12, the 404, and the 400, trips up north to Barrie, the Kawartha Lakes, and the "cottage country" of the Muskokas is easy.
Just a 30-minute drive to Markham, and a commute into Toronto's downtown clocking in just under an hour, Oshawa is the perfect place for people looking to live outside the downtown core, yet still remain close enough for work or other commutes.
Also, travelling around the GTA without a car is simple, thanks to the Oshawa Train Station GO Transit service. Take the train into the city, or around the Durham Region. Meanwhile, public transit through Oshawa and throughout Durham Region is extensive and affordable thanks to Durham Region Transit, which runs routes throughout the region, and connects residents to the many GO Transit Commuter Rail stations in Ajax, Pickering, Whitby, and Oshawa.
Treasure Hill builds the finest quality homes with only the best materials and superior craftsmanship. Every Treasure Hill home combines many elements. In 2012 and 2014, Treasure Hill received multiple BILD awards, including “Low-Rise Project of the Year” in both years.
Pricing & Fees
- From $899,900
- $120,000 broken down into payments over 1 year