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Nash & Hancock Road Towns

By: Marlin Spring Developments, Trolleybus Urban Development

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Nash Road & Hancock Road, Courtice, ON, Canada

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Towns and Singles

Nash & Hancock Road Towns is a new townhome and single detached home development by Trolleybus Urban Development and Marlin Spring Developments. Coming soon to 1828-1842 Nash Road & 3010-3158 & 2910-2936 Hancock Road in Courtice.

 

Highlights at Nash & Hancock Road Towns

Situated in the vibrant Courtice community within Clarington, this development enjoys proximity to the expanding energy park, soon to host the headquarters of Ontario Power Generation. This promising addition is set to bring new employment opportunities to the region.

  • Conveniently located near Hwy 418 (connecting to Hwys 407 and 401) and Hwy 2 (passing through Pickering to Port Hope), with a 15-minute drive to downtown Oshawa
  • Durham Region Transit serves the area with bus routes connecting Oshawa to Bowmanville and looping through Courtice
  • A GO Transit bus stop is 5 minutes south, and Oshawa’s GO Station (15 minutes away) provides access to the Lakeshore East line and VIA Rail trains
  • Future plans for a transit hub in Bowmanville will extend travel options for the community
  • Local shops and services are available along Hwy 2, including convenience stores, auto shops, and grocery stores like Food Basics, FreshCo, and No Frills
  • Independent restaurants offering a variety of dining options are within a short distance
  • Oshawa, a 15-minute drive away, offers a wide range of urban shops and restaurants, including the Oshawa Centre with numerous stores and services
  • Nash & Hancock Road Towns is less than 10 minutes from Lake Ontario and Darlington Provincial Park, which provides outdoor activities and a sandy beach
  • Courtice is a family-focused neighborhood with community facilities, including the Courtice Community Complex and several nearby schools
  • The community is home to a waterfront energy park, and the relocation of Ontario Power Generation is expected to bring over 2,000 new jobs to Clarington, making Nash & Hancock Road Towns a promising investment in a growing community.

 

Reason to Invest In Nash & Hancock Road Towns

  1. Prime Location: Nash & Hancock Road Towns are situated in a highly desirable location with easy access to major highways like Hwy 401 and Hwy 407. This strategic positioning allows for convenient commuting to nearby cities and employment centers, making it an attractive choice for both homeowners and tenants.
  2. Growth Potential: The surrounding area is experiencing growth and development, with new businesses and amenities continually being established. Investing in Nash & Hancock Road Towns offers the potential for long-term appreciation as the neighborhood continues to evolve and attract more residents and businesses.
  3. Diverse Housing Options: The development provides a range of housing options, catering to a diverse set of potential buyers or tenants. Whether you’re looking to invest in a single-family home, townhouse, or multi-unit property, Nash & Hancock Road Towns offer versatility in your investment portfolio.

 

About the Developers

Trolleybus Urban Development

Trolleybus is a seasoned real estate development company that acquires land, invests its own equity, obtains rezoning approvals, and collaborates with builders to bring projects to life. Their mission is to make a meaningful contribution to the future of housing for the next generation.

Marlin Spring Developments

Marlin Spring is a dynamic player in residential development, boasting over 60 years of industry experience. Their portfolio spans low-rise, mid-rise, and mixed-use projects in prime GTA locations, from boutique condos to townhome developments. Explore sought-after communities in Danforth Village/Upper Beaches, The Beach, Stockyards, Vaughan, Oshawa, and Markham.

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