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Oneill Townhouses for Sale, Oshawa

With 122 total listed townhouses (Oshawa) and 5 O'Neill townhouses listed, discovering the ideal townhouse with the amenities and features you're looking for will be easy. Search by location with our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate. Use our filters to explore townhouses for sale in Oshawa by price, number of bedrooms, size, and keywords like "central air conditioning." Zolo's Oshawa MLS® system listings are added every 15 minutes, which means you get to browse the O'Neill MLS® system in real-time. Each listing includes related townhouses for sale in O'Neill, so that you can compare features, amenities, and prices. Looking for areas with the highest ranked schools? The Oshawa Schools page is a good place to start.

Most (61%) of the neighbourhood residents own their homes, while the rest live in O'Neill rentals (39%). If you're looking for O'Neill apartments for rent or O'Neill house rentals, or just want to browse homes for rent in Oshawa, we've got you covered.

Looking into sizing down? There are currently 7 condos for sale in O'Neill. Considering more square footage? There are currently 38 houses for sale in O'Neill too. If you're still not finding what you're looking for, explore some Central real estate or homes for sale in McLaughlin. Want to know more about housing trends and the average sold prices of townhouses for sale? Oshawa housing market report is where you'll find a detailed analysis of sales history, housing inventory, and days on market. Get in touch with one of our Oshawa REALTORS® to start viewing some Oshawa townhouses today!

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