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Courtice is located between Oshawa and Bowmanville. Boundaries are Townline Road (west), Hancock Road (east), Highway 401 (south), and Pebblestone Road (north). Residents can easily hop on Durham Road 34 to connect to Highway 401 into Toronto.
Bus service is provided by Durham Region Transit and GO Transit. The Lakeshore East commuter train is being extended and will include a station in Courtice by 2024.
Residents love living in Courtice for its quiet suburban charm and excellent connections to the GTA. There are many recreation opportunities and stunning green spaces in the neighbourhood, as well as access to Lake Ontario and Oak Ridges Moraine. Just south of the community is Darlington Provincial Park.
The Courtice Flea Market provides a great opportunity to check out local boutique stores and great food. If you’re missing urban life, you can easily quench that thirst by visiting Oshawa, just a 10-minute drive away, or Toronto, under an hour away.
If you're looking for a safe and quiet community where people know their neighbours and there are convenient amenities, sports and recreation opportunities and local services, Courtice is for you.
The population of Courtice is approximately 35,000 people with a median age of 37.9 years. About 54% of residents are families with kids.
The average homes for sale in Courtice are approximately $1.1 million.
The average cost of town homes for sale in Courtice is $763,000.
The average price of a detached home for sale in Courtice is $1 million.
The majority of houses for sale in Courtice Ontario are single detached. The area offers plenty of options for historical homes and brand-new homes. Demand is high in the growing market, and most homes for sale in Courtice sell in less than 10 days after being listed.
Courtice houses for sale include historic properties and a splash of new home developments. Now part of Courtice, the former Prestonvale area dates back into the 1800s. However, brand new Courtice homes for sale are turning heads of homebuyers this way.
Excellent builders offer a wide variety of styles and high-end finishes. Energy efficient and high-tech features of new construction appeal to the modern market. A large number of one- and two-story designs with 1300 to over 3000 square feet of well-planned living areas suit the needs of today’s buyers.
The Courtice area features one of the finest collections of new homes in Greater Toronto. New home developments include Prestonvale Heights, Courtice North, Springfields, Kingsway Forest, McLaughlin Heights, Durham Fields, Robinson Ridge, Bloomfields of Courtice, Foxhunt Trails, Oakfield Heights, and other picturesque subdivisions.
There are plenty of great schools for kids of all ages in Courtice. The Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board runs five elementary schools and one secondary school in Courtice Ontario. The Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board runs three Catholic elementary schools and one secondary school.
The elementary schools in the area include Courtice North Public School, Dr. Emily Stowe Public School, Dr. G.J. MacGillivray Public School, S.T. Worden Public School, Courtice Intermediate School (grades 7&8), and Lydia Trull Public School. The high school is Courtice Secondary School.
The local Catholic elementary schools are Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School, Good Shepherd Catholic Elementary School, and Monsignor Leo Cleary Catholic Elementary School. The Catholic high school is Holy Trinity Catholic Secondary School.
There are excellent shopping amenities in Courtice, including large shopping areas at the intersection of Townline Road and Highway 2 as well as Trulls Road and Highway 2.
Courtice Ontario has many recreation options, both indoor and outdoor. The community is home to the South Courtice Arena with one Olympic-sized and one NHL-sized ice rink. The arena also has an NFL-sized turf field behind it.
The local Courtice Community Complex has an indoor pool that’s great for families and includes a separate wading pool for kids, a large water slide, sauna, hot tub, and gym.
For those seeking to get out in nature, local parks include Darlington Provincial Park, Oshawa Valleylands Conservation Area at Toad Hollow, and Tooley’s Mill Park.
The best way to search for Courtice Ontario homes for sale is to find a local real estate agent with plenty of experience buying and selling homes in the area. The Courtice real estate agents at the Shawn Lepp Group know Courtice like the back of their hands, have expert-level insight into the local market, and can help you find the perfect home for you.
As experienced Ajax and Whitby real estate agents, we have a wide network across Durham Region and in Courtice. Browse our listings or give us a call to discuss what you’re looking for, and we’ll help you find your dream home in Courtice Ontario.
When you work with the Shawn Lepp Group, you get a full-service experience. Contact us and we’ll meet at your convenience to identify what your budget is and what your must-haves are in a new home. We’ll be right there with you through each step of the process, from open houses to signing the contracts.
Our client care team ensures you will be well taken care of by an entire team of real estate professionals, meaning there’s always someone here you can get in contact with to talk about whatever’s on your mind or any concern you might have.