This upcoming mixed housing development is in a tranquil, family-friendly community with excellent schools and parks, just 10 minutes from Lake Ontario.
1828 Nash Road is a mixed housing development of single detached houses and townhouses in Clarington. This pre-construction project by Marlin Spring and Trolleybus Urban Development consists of 220 units and will sit at 1828 Nash Rd, right between Courtice Rd and Hwy 418.
Located within the community of Courtice in Clarington, A home to a growing energy park that will soon include the headquarters of Ontario Power Generation, which will bring an influx of new jobs to the region.
As 1828 Nash Rd project is currently in its initial stages, more details about buildings, units, and amenities will be provided in the future. So far, the site is slated for 220 units in a mix of single detached houses and townhomes.
Based on previous developments by these developers, we can expect modern yet timeless designs, spacious and comfortable homes, and luxurious features and finishes. Standard features include high ceilings, wide plank laminate flooring, and quartz countertops. Residents may also expect to enjoy private backyard space, perfect for relaxing in.
Location & Neighbourhood
Courtice is a peaceful community marked by plenty of open spaces and tree-lined roads. 1828 Nash Road is within a primarily car-dependent neighbourhood, featuring a walk score of 10 and a bike score of 36. The site lies next to Hwy 418 (which connects to Hwy 407 and Hwy 401) and Hwy 2 (which passes through Pickering to Port Hope). It takes about 15 mins to drive to downtown Oshawa.
Two Durham Region Transit bus routes serve this community. One traverses Hwy 2, connecting Oshawa to Bowmanville, while another loops through Courtice before connecting to Oshawa Centre Terminal.
Courtice sports one GO Transit bus stop, just 5 mins south of this development. A busier GO Station at Oshawa, just 15 mins away, provides connection to the Lakeshore East line and VIA Rail trains travelling from Toronto to Ottawa or Montreal. A future transit hub in Bowmanville will extend the Lakeshore East line and provide more travel options to riders in the community.
Courtice offers some local shops and services. Hwy 2 is a main road featuring commercial amenities like convenience stores, auto shops, health services, and several grocers like Food Basics, FreshCo, and No Frills — all less than 10 mins away. Various independent restaurants can also be found within a short distance, offering fish and chips, pizza, all-day breakfast, and other family-friendly, informal dining options.