Greenhill Townhome Collection

Greenhill Townhome Collection starting in the $600s: Staying Connected in Perfect balance

Greenhill Townhome Collection is a pre-construction project by Stafford Homes and Greybrook Realty Partners, estimated to be up for occupancy by January of 2023. The new, modern, townhouse complex project in Oshawa is located just at the corner of Conlin Road east and Wilson Road North. Greenhill will feature 115 low-raise townhome collections (2-storey or 3-storey townhomes) and 4 detached homes.

Greenhill townhome have 2 layouts to choose from. First is the Terrace Collection(with size that ranges from 1,643-1,846 square feet) these are those with garages in the front and a backyard and second. Second is the Garden Collection(with size ranging from 1,612-1,932 square feet) with a large terrace outdoor space. Both offer 3 or 4 bedroom layouts. Greenhill Community is now Available in North Oshawa starting in the $600s(Townhomes) while starting at $800s(Single family detached homes).

Development Details

  • Building Type: 2 and 3 Storey Townhome Collection 
  • Ownership: Freehold POTL (Parcel of Tied Land)  
  • Maintenance Fee: $99.99/Month
  • Construction Status: Pre-Construction  
  • Builder: Stafford Homes
  • Est. Occupancy:  January 2023

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Limited Time Offer Monthly Deposit Structure

10% in 365 Days over 13 easy payments:

1$5000 with Offer8$3,000 in 210 days
2$10,000 in 30 days9$3,000 in 240 days
3$10,000 in 60 days10$3,000 in 270 days
4$3,000 in 90 days11$3,000 in 300 days
5$3,000 in 120 days12$3,000 in 330 days
6$3,000 in 150 days13Balance to 10% in 365 days!
7$3,000 in 180 days

Reasons to buy Greenhill Townhome

This unique freehold townhome collection offers modern architecture with contemporary farmhouse flair. The warm, welcoming layouts are designed for a future where anything is possible. Every home has been planned with the perfect combination of livability, convenience and exceptional quality. At Greenhill, a bright future awaits.

You’ll surely be staying centered and connected in perfect balance since Greenhill community is located just minutes from urban amenities and surrounded by lush green space, at the corner of Conlin and Wilson in North Oshawa. 

Groceries, shopping, restaurants, and even Starbucks are just five minutes drive, plus commuting is a breeze with Oshawa GO station only a 15 minute drive and the 407 just up the road.



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Fallingbrook Public School is located at 155 Fallingbrook Street Whitby, just a 14-minute drive from the pre-construction townhome development Greenhill Townhome.

Fallingbrook Public school positively impacts your children’s attitude towards learning. With a mission statement of “Anything is Possible”, the Fallingbrook Public School students, staff and parents work cooperatively to provide a challenging and safe learning environment in which students are encouraged to achieve their maximum potential and develop a positive attitude toward learning.

It is said that Fallingbrook Public School serves a population of 410 students in grades K-8 in Whitby, Ontario.

The Fallingbrook school community is safe and caring that focuses on academics, safety and character education. In line with this, the school has a Bully Prevention and Intervention Plan that aims to respond to any student behavior that is likely to have a negative impact on the school climate and will investigate all reports of bullying. Isn’t it great?

Photo credits to Ryan Taylor.

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Durham Flight Centre

If you are interested to experience what it is like to take the controls of a small plane to fly just for fun and to experience something new or for a possible career, Durham Flight Centre, a school that offers initial pilot training, is located at 1190 Keith Ross Dr, Oshawa, a 10-minute drive away from Greenhill Townhome. 

Durham Flight Centre is a Transport Canada-registered flight training unit and is registered as a private career college.

They have an introductory flight(for single person) wherein you will cover initial pilot training exercises during your flight and ground briefing, and you will gain an understanding of what is involved in becoming a pilot. Introductory flight is available on C-152 and C-172 aircrafts with just a $20 price difference for the half-hour flight.

Durham Flight Center is open 7 days a week, excluding special holidays, from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM.

Photos credit to Durham Flight Centre’s Facebook page.

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St Mark the Evangelist Catholic Elementary School is a 12-minute drive from Greenhill Townhome. It’s located at 95 Waller St, Whitby. 

The school offers education from Kindergarten to Grade 8 and focuses on the guiding principles: Excellence, Equity and Engagement. 

St. Mark the Evangelist Catholic School belongs to the Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary family of schools so it’s expected that students will visit Father Leo J. Austin Catholic Secondary School for plays, presentations or to tour the school if they are transitioning to secondary schools.

School begins at 9:00 AM until 3:30PM. Students have 2 breaks in between, 1 15 minutes break for morning recess starting 10:30 AM and the second is an hour lunch break from 11:45AM. 


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North Oshawa Park located at 1139 Mary St N, is just a 6-minute drive away from Greenhill Townhome. 

For sports enthusiasts, it has a basketball court, 5 outdoor tennis courts, and a soccer field to choose from. If you just wish to relax and have a quality bonding with your family, there’s a group picnic area that’s great for you. You can also relax under the Gazebo or under one of the many shade trees. 

For kids, they can either play on the skateboard park or just be on the playground to explore and have fun. 

The park is open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m from November 1 to March 31 and extends to 10:00 p.m. from April 1 to October 31.

Woodview Park located at 151 Cadillac Ave N, Oshawa is just a 9-minute drive from Greenhill Townhome. It is one of the city’s oldest neighborhood parks but was renovated in 2016.

It’s a beautiful park featuring a soccer field, football zone, gazebo and a playground for kids. It’s a great place for a picnic and it even has a picnic shelter, grills and benches for your convenience. A walk with your fur-babies would not be a problem since there are walking trails available as well. You’ll also see slopes for sledding. 
There are big parking spaces on Adelaide or Woodview parking lot.

Other parks you may visit: 

  • Mountjoy Park
  • Coldstream Park
  • Niagara Park
  • Russett Park

Recreational Centre

Delpark Homes Centre, formerly known as Legends Centre, is located at 1661 Harmony Rd N is comfortably a 4-minute drive and just a short walk away from Greenhill Townhome. It’s a recreation centre with 4 ice pads, swimming pool with waterslide and lazy river, a large fitness facility & an indoor walking track.

Additionally, it has an outdoor accessible playground and badminton courts, skateboard park, community garden and splash pad.

Delpark is most visited by Hockey groups as their plays and practices venues. Some of these groups are Scary Skate, KH Hockey Academy and Lights Out Skating Academy and many more.

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If you wish to know the basics of Hockey, many different groups of energized, well-educated, highly motivating and knowledgeable professional instructors and staff would surely be able to help you out since they organized a power skating program. They visit and conduct the training in Delpark Homes Center often. Any of these groups would be able to teach you the basics of Hockey.

Delpark Homes Centre is open from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m every Monday to Friday and 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m every Saturday and Sunday.

There are also other services offered in the center including skate sharpening, skate rentals and repairs operated by Hemy Hockey. Items for sale include stick and shin pad tape, mouth guards, laces, water bottles and smaller pieces of hockey equipment. They also have a concession stand if you wish to purchase snacks after or during your chosen activity. 

Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex is located at 1867 Valley Farm Rd, Pickering – just south of Kingston Road, and north of Pickering Parkway; west of Brock Road and east of Liverpool Road. 

Although it’s a 25 minutes drive from Greenhill Townhome, this place also has great reviews like Delpark. The center has exercise rooms, fitness classes, racquet sports, swimming pool, physiotherapy, art studio, and childcare.

The center offers several programs like fitness class (offered daily), training/fitness programs(including Pre/Post Natal Fitness Programs), Squash lessons and Tennis Lessons. The center also offered personalized services like like Pilates Reformer Sessions, Fascial Stretch Therapy, Private Yoga Therapy

The Squash lesson is available for beginners to intermediate level for both singles and doubles play. On the other hand, both Adult and Junior classes are available starting at 7 years of age. As for the Tennis lessons (private, semi-private and small group), it’s offered by the center’s Head Tennis Pro and his assistance. 

Pro Shop & Racquet restringing services are also available. 

The change rooms and bathroom facilities are kept clean Well organized. High degree of cleanliness. Well posted instructions and well managed faculty  The staff are wonderful and as accommodating.

Other Recreational parks with good reviews are the following: 

  • Christel Lake Lavender
  • Oshawa Zoo
  • Memorial Park
  • Palmer Park
  • Harmony Valley Conservation Area

Tourist Attractions

Lynde Shores Conservation Area is a protected wetlands zone offering a seasonal canoe launch, hiking trails & is extremely popular for wildlife viewing. It’s located at 1225 Victoria St W, Whitby, a 22-minute drive from Greenhill Townhome. 

Lynde Shores Conservation Area is a 272 hectares land providing habitats for nesting birds and a migration waterfowl and shorebirds point. It has 5km of looping trails that are little ones and wheelchair-friendly. 

The area has pay-and-display parking for $6/vehicle/day; Accessible washrooms; and Three marsh-viewing platforms. 

Only leashed dogs are permitted and is permitted on the Waterfront Trail only. Reason behind is to reduce wildlife disturbance. It’s said that dogs have been known to destroy birds nests or scare birds off their nest so it’s recommended to not bring pets when visiting here. 

It’s permitted to feed the songbirds birds only but for your safety and the well being of the animals, it’s recommended to bring your own, unsalted seeds, not bread since it does not provide birds with the nutrients they need. Extra seeds are to be brought back home. 

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The Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens

One of the tourist attractions in Oshawa is the Oshawa Valley Botanical Gardens. It is known for its seasonal display of peonies, flowers that are native to Asia, Europe and Western North America. 

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As a matter of fact, the first garden opened in Oshawa Valley Botanical Garden was the Peony Garden. It was started in the fall of 2001 with 100 peonies donated by the Canadian Peony Society. Further donations from peony breeders and suppliers across North America have led to the entire collection, more than 300 varieties, becoming one of the largest modern collections of peonies in North America. The succession of blooms begins in late May and continues through to the last week of June. The annual Peony Festival corresponds with this climax of the bloom cycle in June.

The park also has waterfalls & walking paths.

It’s located at 155 Arena St, just a 12-minute drive from Greenhill Townhome. The gardens are stunning throughout the summer, with each week revealing something new in the gardens and natural surroundings. 

The park is open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m for April 1 to October 31 and closes early at 6 p.m from November 1 to March 31.


Mandarin Restaurant is a casual chain outlet offering a big buffet including prime rib, sushi & Chinese dishes with a mission statement “Every customer must feel welcomed as soon as they arrive. Every customer must be happy and smiling when they leave”.

It’s located just 8 minutes drive away from Greenhill Townhome at 1319 Airport Blvd, Oshawa. 

Mandarin was founded as a small à-la-carte restaurant in Brampton in 1979 but was later changed to buffet-style to accommodate the long line-ups of customers waiting to try their much talked about cuisine, since 1986. 

Mandarin Restaurant was named Best Buffet by Toronto Sun readers for over 20 years now. 

The Mandarin Small Eats, a pay-per-eat Mandarin classic plated small – good for sampling, sharing and served right to your table is priced from $1.99 – $4.99. 

Salads & Chilled Seafood, Soup and Bread, Mandarin Classics, Noodles & Rice, Sushi, Grill & Teppanyaki, Vegetable Roll, Pizza and Desserts are among the dish selections. 

Mandarin Restaurant is open from 11:30AM to 9:30PM from Sunday to Thursday and extends until 10PM every Friday and Saturday.

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Osmow’s Shawarma is a Mediterranean restaurant located at 1900 Simcoe St N Unit 103, Oshawa, just a 5-minute drive away from Greenhill Townhome. 

Osmow’s was voted by its customers as one of the top businesses in the Middle Eastern Food category in the 2018 The News Reader’s Choice Award. 

The restaurant is open from 11AM to 12AM every Mondays to Fridays and starts at 12 noon every Weekend. 

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Arby’s is a fast-food restaurant, known for its roast beef,  hot & cold sandwiches, and fries & shakes. The nearest Arby’s in Greenhill Townhomes is located at 300 Taunton Rd E, Oshawa, just a 4-minute drive. 

Arby’s has been serving fresh, craveable meals since it opened its doors in 1964.

For Arby’s Signature Sandwiches, you can choose from Roast Beef Gyro (Pita with thinly sliced roast beef topped with lettuce, onions and tomatoes, cool creamy tzatziki sauce, and authentic Greek seasoning) Turkey Gyro(Pita with thinly sliced roast turkey, lettuce, onions and tomatoes, cool tzatziki sauce and traditional gyro seasonings on our soft pita), Double Montreal (sandwich with twice as much Montreal Smoked Meat), and Fire Roasted Philly(roast beef covered with Swiss cheese, Italian seasoning, fire-roasted red & yellow peppers, and mayonnaise). 

Open everyday from 10AM to 10PM


Greenhills Townhome Collections is situated conveniently close to the 401 and the 407 making the commute to Toronto fast and easy.

Highway 401, official name Macdonald–Cartier Freeway, is a controlled-access 400-series highway in Ontario. It stretches 828 kilometres from Windsor in the west to the Ontario–Quebec border in the east. The part of Highway 401 that passes through Toronto is North America’s busiest highway with a volume of over 500,000 vehicles per day during the summer months. It’s also one of the widest with 18-lanes wide.

Highway 407

Just 4-minutes drive away from the Greenhill community, you can easily head to Toronto via Highway 407, known as King’s Highway 407, a provincially owned tolled highway. These highways are all-electronic, open-access toll highways without booths or barriers.

Highway 407 is an electronically operated toll highway; there are no toll booths along the length of the route. Distances are calculated automatically using transponders or automatic number-plate recognition, which are scanned at entrance and exit points. 

To ensure a seamless experience for users of both highways, 407 ETR, provides tolling and customer services on the Province’s behalf for Highway 407, Highway 412 and Highway 418. Highway 407 ETR extends 67 miles from the QEW/403 (Burlington, ON) in the west to Brock Road (Pickering, ON) in the east. There are 198 ramps on 407 ETR to conveniently enter or exit the highway. 

Highway 407 was planned in the late 1950s as a freeway bypassing the Toronto segment of Highway 401, the busiest highway in the world. However, during the early 1990s, the provincial government proposed tolling the highway to alleviate a revenue shortfall. Despite being included in the 400-series network, the Highway 407 ETR section is not considered part of the provincial highway network due to it now being privately operated.

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