Homeward Hills

Weave Together what Matters in Homeward Hills – a 32′ & 36′ Singles/ Townhouse

Homeward Hills is a master-planned community ranging from 32-foot to 36-foot single detached homes and townhomes, both with 2 to 5 bedrooms. It is located at 1040 Conlin Rd E, Oshawa. Unit price starts at $500,000.

In Homeward Hills, you work side by side with the design consultants enabling you to select from the wide range of finishes that come standard with every home. You weave together your own dream home giving it a personal touch. 

The inside of each home has Jack and Jill bathrooms(a bathroom shared between two bedrooms with doors entering from each room with an additional door for shower/toilet area, allowing for others to use the sink area while the facilities are in use), nooks to be used during study sessions and business-call time or just when you need moments of silence and seclusion, and most importantly, an optional finished basements for a flexible space you can maximize to fit on what works for you. Upgrade options are also available to give you the ability to personalize the structural and design finishes to best suit and accommodate your way of living – from the way you work, learn, and have fun. 

Outside, small parks and green spaces are weaved into Homeward hills landscapes for a fresh look. 

Homeward Hills is located where urban and rural connect. It is at the crossroads of connection and retreat. You can technically and easily escape the density of the city without losing your connection to it while surrounded with urban splendor and natural wonders.

If you wish to travel to the city, Toronto is only 60-kilometers away from Homeward Hills. Simply hop into the GO, VIA line and Highway 407 train heading to Toronto, a traffic-free and effortless way to commute. Going home from the city is just as easy as getting to it. On the other hand, if you wish to get away, simply drive around 45-minutes up north. It will take you to the head of the charming waterfront trails of Port Granby, the beautiful Kawarthas. 

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Reasons to buy

  1. Homeward Hills is developed by Sorbara Group of Companies proven with their quality construction and elegant exteriors.
  2. Homeward Hills is located in the middle area- near the busy urban life and the peaceful rural life, just a perfect balance. 
  3. You can choose from numbers of single detached homes to townhomes. 
  4. You work side by side with the design consultants and select from the wide range of standard finishes for your home.

The developer is now accepting priority purchase appointments. Contact us to stay tuned for the latest updates and developments about this property.

Features and Amenities

Among the above mentioned home features like:

  1. Optional finished basements in all model types
  2. Jack and Jill bathrooms
  3. Designed-for-you(customized) floor plans

Many models also include features such as:

  1. Convenient access to garages through side mudrooms
  2. Second floor laundry rooms
  3. Spacious walk-in closets or dressing rooms in master bedrooms
  4. Designed for living staircases in the heart of the home
  5. Enercare Smarter Home Package with every home

Establishments near you

It’s always nice to be surrounded by places to unwind after a productive week. You get to go to parks with your family to relax and have fun together. All the more that it’s comforting to know that whenever you just feel like it, you can easily hop-in to your car, drive a few minutes, and be lost with your favorite comfort food. Of course, it would be nicer if you can bring with you your family as well.

Schools and transportation being nearby are equally important. Familiarize yourself with the establishments near Homeward Hills and be amazed as to how accessible the place is.


John XXIII Catholic School located at 195 Athabasca St, a 13-minute drive away from Homeward Hills. The school offers education from Kindergarten to Grade 6.

It focuses on Excellence, Equity and Engagement and offers learning, academic results, faith formation and a safe, caring community that accepts and respects each child.

St. John XXIII Catholic School belongs to the Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School family of schools so from time to time, students will visit Monsignor John Pereyma Catholic Secondary School for plays,

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presentations or to tour the school if they are transitioning to secondary school.

As part of the schools Code of Conduct, BYOD allows students to bring their own electronic devices to school for educational purposes. The school acknowledges the research that the use of technology increases engagement, which leads to improved student success. The school believes that students need to learn how to use devices in a respectful, responsible and ethical manner.

School begins at 9:05 a.m. and dismisses at 3:35 p.m. with 2 breaks and an hour lunch. 

Photo sources: John XXIII Catholic School’s website and John XXIII Catholic School Twitter account

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Maxwell Heights Secondary School

Maxwell Heights Secondary School was acknowledged for it’s rising achievement in academic and applied Grade 9 Math courses and was awarded the 2018 Dr. Bette M. Stephenson Recognition of Achievement by the Education Quality and Accountability Office. 

It is located at 1100 Coldstream Dr, just a 3-minute drive away from Homeward Hills. 

The school offers a wide variety of courses ranging from Health and Wellness, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and construction. 

On the other hand, the school’s annual participation in fundraising for Relay for Life contributing an annual amount to Canadian Cancer Society, annual Empty Bowls event raising money for local food charities, donations to Canadian Blood Services, numerous food drives and many others, showcases its commitment in contributing to the betterment of the greater community.

Here are other best rated schools near Homeward Hills: 

  1. St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School at 1425 Coldstream Dr #0B5
  2. St. Anne Catholic Elementary School at 2465 Bridle Rd, Oshawa
  3. Northern Dancer Public School at 2200 Bridle Rd, Oshawa
  4. Académie Alexandre-Dumas(a French school) at 255 Coronation Dr, Scarborough


Cedar Valley Conservation Area

If you’re into hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching, or just simply to find a place to relax, Cedar Valley Conservation Area at 1655 Canadore Crescent is the place to be.

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It’s just an 8-minute drive from Homeward Hills. 

The conservation area offers lots of trails to explore, some are short ones though. You can find a river with lots of fish at this time of the year as well. You may bring your dogs with you but it’s recommended to keep them on leash. 

Vehicular access and parkings are located off Niagara Drive. 

Cedar Valley Conservation Area is open from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m from November 1 to March 31 while it extends until 10:00 p.m from April 1 to October 31.

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North Oshawa Park

North Oshawa Park located at 1139 Mary St N, is a 7-minute drive away from Homeward Hills. There are so many activities you can do here. 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 your 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.

Other parks you may wish to visit near Homeward Hills are the following: 

  1. Harmony Valley Conservation Area & Off-Leash Dog Park at 915 Grandview St N
  2. Lakeview Park – Area A at 117 Lakeview Park Ave #175
  3. Baker park at 151 Baker Ct
  4. Mountjoy Park at Coldstream Dr


Teddy’s Restaurant & Deli

If you wish to visit an eatery with homestyle cooking, try Teddy’s Restaurant & Deli. Teddy’s Restaurant & Deli was founded in 1980 by Chris and Ted Tzogas. It’s a historic place for its thick deli sandwiches & classic entrees, the crowd’s favorite.

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This restaurant already garnered 2k plus reviews online with a positive 4.5 stars 

Teddy’s is located at 245 King St W, Oshawa and is just a 16-minute drive away from Homeward Hills.

The place serves burgers, beef, chicken, sandwiches, salads, pies and cakes. They even have this Build-your-own platter on the menu, a 12 oz platter for 3 types of meat with 1 side for only 18.99. 

Teddy’s is open from 11:00 AM -8:00 PM every Sunday-Wednesday and an extended close time of 8:30 PM from Thursday-Saturday.

Photo credits to Teddy’s Restaurant & Deli FB Page.

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Shawarma 401

Shawarma 401 also serves homemade food. Options like chicken, donair, falafel, vegan, vegetarian, dairy free, gluten free, nut free food and etc. 

Many say that the restaurant serves large food portions for an affordable price and this is one of the many reasons that it gathers positive feedback online other than the amazing food itself.

New business hours this Winter season starts from 12 noon to 9:00 PM from Tuesdays to Saturdays and until 8:00 PM only on Sundays. The place is closed every Monday. 

Photo credits to Shawarma 401 FB page.

Other great restaurants nearby are the following: 

  1. A&W Canada
  2. Osmow’s Shawarma
  3. La Pizza and Pasta
  4. The Crooked Uncle

Recreational Centre

Delpark Homes Centre

Delpark Homes Centre, formerly Legends Centre, is located at 1661 Harmony Rd N. It’s just a 3-minute drive away from Homewards Hills. It’s a recreation centre with 4 ice pads, swimming pool with waterslide and lazy river, a large fitness facility & an indoor walking track.

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Delpark is most visited by Hockey groups for their plays and practices. Among these groups are Scary Skate, KH Hockey Academy and Lights Out Skating Academy.

As per the owner of Scary Skate, Mary,  “The most fundamental skill in hockey is skating. You have to be able to move very fast with or without the puck. Backward skating, forward skating, when you shoot, pass and turn. In the skating game you need balance, agility, speed and technique. It’s the fastest game on ice.” 

If you wish to know the basics of Hockey, the Scary Skate Team, a group of energized, well-educated, highly motivating and knowledgeable professional instructors and staff organized a power skating program. They’ll teach you the basics of Hockey. The group visits and conducts the training in Delpark Homes Center often. 

Watch this video from Scary Skate’s Facebook page to get a glimpse of their class.

Check out this video from Lights Out Skating Academy Facebook page, on the other hand.

Here’s a video from KH Hockey Academy Facebook page.

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

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

Services offered include 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. 

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Parkwood Estate 

Parkwood Estate features formal gardens and a bowling alley. This neoclassical mansion was built in 1917 Inspired by Beaux-Arts design. This National Historic Site mansion, is a 15,000 square foot with 55-rooms with well-preserved art, architecture, gardens, landscaping and original furnishings. 

Parkwood Estate is actually the home of the late R.S. McLaughlin, Canadian auto baron and founder of General Motors of Canada and is located at 270 Simcoe St N. 

During Summer Season (June 1-Labour Day), the mansion operates 7 days a week from 10:30am-5:00pm, while during Winter Season (Labour Day-June 1), it’s open from Tuesday-Sunday only from 1:00pm-4:30pm. 

Other recreational centers you can visit are the following:

  1. Civic Recreation Complex at 99 Thornton Rd S, Oshawa
  2. Ontario Regiment Museum at 1000 Stevenson Rd N
  3. Oshawa Golf and Curling Club at 160 Alexandra St
  4. Oshawa Little theatre at 62 Russett Ave, Oshawa (Performing arts group)

 Tourist Attractions

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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. The park also has waterfalls & walking paths.

It’s located at 155 Arena St, just a 14-minute drive from Homeward Hills. 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.

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Dagmar Ski Resort

Dagmar Ski Resort is located at 1220 Lake Ridge Rd, Uxbridge, a 18-minute drive away from Homeward Hills. Here, you can experience Skiing and Snowboarding with your family. It does have 4 terrain parks, 18 runs, 6 lifts and lovely chalet.

Dagmar Ski resort’s operating hours change as per management’s discretion so it’s best to always check their Facebook page or call before driving out.

Photo Credits: Dagmar Ski resort’s Facebook page

Other attractions you can visit are the following: 

  1. Treetop Eco-Adventure Park
  2. Parkwood Estate
  3. Canadian Automotive Museum


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Oshawa GO Station 

Oshawa GO Station located at 915 Bloor Street West, is the terminal station for GO Transit’s  Lakeshore East line. It also serves Via Rail’s Corridor service travelling from Toronto to Ottawa and Montreal. It is a station for commuter and passenger rail also for regional bus services in Oshawa. The bus terminal is served by bus routes of GO Transit and Durham Region Transit.

Oshawa GO Station has 1 island platform for GO Train, 1 island and 1 side for Via Rail. It’s just 15 minutes drive away from Homeward Hills.

Hours of operation: 
Monday to Friday: 5:45 a.m. to 12:45 a.m. 
Weekends and holidays: 6 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.

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Highway 401

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.

Other means of transportation near Homeward Hills are as follows: 

  1. Highway 407
  2. Highway 412
  3. Highway 418
  4. Oshawa Train Station (Via Rail)

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