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LIFE IN O’Neill

Learn what life is like living in the beautiful neighbourhood of O’Neill

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 O'Neill, Oshawa – Neighborhood Information

O’Neill comprises the northern part of Oshawa’s downtown core, with the Oshawa Creek running along its western edge and Wilson Road to its East. King Street, the City’s main thoroughfare, runs along its southern edge and Rossland Road creates the northern border. Aside from its own amenities, the neighbourhood offers easy access to Highway 401 and is only minutes from the Oshawa GO Station.


 O’Neill Real Estate Market

In O’Neill you will find the gamut of variety when it comes to real estate for sale. Here you will find condo-apartments and townhouses, as well as semi-detached and detached homes. You’ll even find several duplexes.

 

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Living In O’Neill, Oshawa

O’Neill is home to one of Oshawa’s best known homes, Parkwood Estate.

Built in 1917, Parkwood was the home to Colonel R.S. ‘Sam’ McLaughlin, President of General Motors Canada, and his family until McLaughlin died there in 1972. To this day the house is perfectly preserved, with every single artefact in the home once owned by the family. McLaughlin built Parkwood to entertain, and the home featured riding staples, an indoor swimming pool, a squash court, and even a bowling alley. Notable guests included King Edward VII, who was so impressed with what he saw that he ordered a Buick built by McLaughlin’s company.

For film and television buffs, the house may be more recognizable as the backdrop for a number of notable films and TV shows including X-Men, Billy Madison, Chicago, Murdoch Mysteries, and Monk. The home is one of Oshawa’s most beloved treasures, particularly for the lasting impact McLaughlin’s philanthropy has had on the city to this day.

Just north of Parkwood is another historic Oshawa gem, Alexandra Park. The park was first opened in 1906, when it was named for Queen Alexandra, wife of King Edward VII. The park has played host to important local gatherings through its history, and continues to welcome visitors with numerous tennis courts and baseball diamonds open to the public.

For your shopping needs, O’Neill is home to big box retail as well as super-local offerings. Oshawa’s Costco is located at Ritson and Adelaide in the southeast part of the neighbourhood. However, if you are looking for more local fare, Buckingham Meats at Simcoe and Buckingham in the northern part of O’Neill has been offering meats, cheeses, and other fresh fare to Oshawa locals since 1956. Family-owned, the butcher is now in its third generation with no sign of slowing down!

O’Neill, Oshawa Real Estate Agents

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