Average Home Price: $600,000.
With new subdivisions mixed with old heritage homes and a historic downtown, Bowmanville is one unique community. Bowmanville is nestled just north of highway 401, west of highway 115, and south of the new highway 407 extension. It has a small town feel, but is highly connected to transit for quick access to all major routes. Grocery chains, big box stores, and plenty of dining options—you’ll find it all in this convenient suburban community, while north of Bowmanville are large swaths of green space and conservation areas. Bowmanville in part of the Municipality of Clarington, which is the largest single municipality in Durham Region with a total area of 611.3 square kilometres.
GETTING AROUND TOWN
Bowmanville real estate is in high demand, but homes for sale in Bowmanville are about to get even more desirable. A GO Transit train station is to be built by Metrolinx in the community of Bowmanville by 2024. This new Go train station will become a transit hub for Durham Region, and will make travelling into Toronto much easier. Currently, Durham Region Transit and GO Transit operate local bus services and direct access to Oshawa GO Station, but access to a car is almost necessary. However, traffic in Bowmanville is never too bad, due to it lying east of Pickering, Ajax, Whitby, and Oshawa. It is serviced with multiple highways in each direction - 401 to the south, 407 to the north, 115 to the east, and 418 to the west.
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