With more and more businesses implementing remote work arrangements because of the pandemic, many homebuyers have looked to the suburbs to find their dream homes. Developments like Greenhill in North Oshawa are attracting prospective homebuyers who understand the value of personal space and community, and want more home for their dollar. The development by Stafford Homes and Greybrook Realty Partners is one of the newest projects in North Oshawa and offers a fresh and inviting new community of townhomes to the neighbourhood.


Located at Conlin Road East and Wilson Road, Greenhill boasts a serene location surrounded by open fields and rolling landscapes. Within the development, residents will be surrounded by pedestrian-friendly streets, cohesive streetscapes and a private park as a community hub.


Offering the best of both worlds, Greenhill is also minutes from Highways 401 and 407, as well as plazas full of supermarkets, hardware shops, clothing stores and restaurants. Kedron Dells Golf Club is a few minutes northwest of the community, and SmartCentres Oshawa North is a quick jaunt south. The sprawling shopping complex is home to a Real Canadian Superstore, Walmart, Urban Barn, Sport Chek, Marshalls and an LCBO, just to name a few. That’s in addition to all the shops, services and amenities along Taunton Road from Grandview Street North to Ritson Road North.


Priced from the $600,000s, the upcoming launch of Greenhill presents homebuyers with an opportunity to purchase a home in a rapidly growing area that is likely going to increase in value. The development will consist of 115 homes with three-storey townhomes from the developer’s Garden and Terrace collections.


The homes feature modern architecture with farmhouse flair, complemented by natural materials and brick cladding. The clean, straight lines of the exteriors are juxtaposed with the surrounding natural curves and landscapes. Meanwhile, large backyards or terraces (as per plan) provide a direct connection to nature, and can be transformed into a personalized, private outdoor oasis.


Inside, open-concept layouts come in three- or four-bedroom designs with generous living spaces and stylish kitchens filled with natural light. Standard finishes thoughtfully combine natural textures and elements like wood and stone with modern touches of glass and steel. Plus, a Stafford Home design consultant will work with homebuyers to personalize their homes, whether it be material upgrades and colours, or design additions like a freestanding soaker tub or custom built-ins.


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