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One of Oshawa’s southernmost neighbourhoods, Farewell is bordered on its south by Lake Ontario and the Oshawa Harbour, and to the east by McLaughlin Bay/Second Marsh, which continues eastward into Darlington Provincial Park. The western border of Farewell runs alongside Lakeview Park and Simcoe Street, and then moves eastward until it reaches its northern border at Highway 401.
In Farewell you will find freehold townhouses, semi-detached, and detached homes. In this neighborhood, it's not uncommon to find housing in a variety of styles ranging from one and a half storey homes, two storey, bungalows, and backsplits. Two, three, and four bedroom homes are common here at affordable prices for families.
Real estate opportunities in Farewell are few and far between, because living in Farewell means living right on the water. The picturesque Lakeview Park is just a short walk or drive down Simcoe Street and offers stunning views of Lake Ontario year-round without the hours-long aggravation of 401 gridlock.
The easy access to the water makes Farewell a perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Warm temperatures find the boardwalk en route to the pier brimming with locals enjoying beach volleyball, a family bike ride, or even a quiet stroll. Those enjoying the view will find numerous small boats, canoes, and kayaks just offshore enjoying the waterfront access without cottage country crowds or downtown Toronto prices.
The Oshawa Museum, located at the bottom of Simcoe Street, is comprised of three original Oshawa homes that are nearly 200 years old, one of which is fully restored to resemble life in Oshawa’s earliest days. The Museum also contains the city’s archives, and is open 7 days a week during the summer and Monday through Friday for the rest of the year.
While the proximity to the 401 and the Oshawa GO offer commuters easy access into Toronto, the neighbourhood is also minutes from Oshawa’s economic engine. While the soon-to-close GM plant is just west of Farewell in Lakeview, General Motors’ Canadian corporate headquarters are just steps east of Farewell, on Colonel Sam drive just north of McLaughlin Bay. GM’s corporate offices employ over 300 workers who for decades have been the driving force behind Canada’s automotive industry.
Oshawa’s Farewell neighbourhood offers a real estate treasure – any closer to the water and you would be in the middle of Lake Ontario!
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