Discover the Oshawa Neighbourhood
Oshawa is one of the fastest growing areas in Canada, providing an ever-increasing variety of amenities and services for residents.
Located in beautiful North Oshawa, this new master-planned community carefully considers the lifestyles of future residents. As a walkable neighbourhood, The Heights of Harmony incorporates serene green spaces, a tranquil pond and gorgeous landscaping interconnected by pedestrian walkways and nature trails.
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On The Move
Only minutes away from Highways 407 and 401 and the GO transit station, The Heights of Harmony makes it effortless to get wherever you need to go, far and wide – and then come home to your peaceful oasis.
5 minutes to Highway 407
12 minutes to Highway 401
12 minutes to Durham College GO Bus Station
21 minutes to Oshawa GO Bus Station
16 km to Oshawa GO Train Station
60 km to Downtown Toronto
70 km to Pearson International Airport
Find it all in Oshawa
With a short drive down Harmony Road to Taunton Road East, you’ll be able to access a variety of shops, restaurants and entertainment options – everything you need for your home and family. Home Sense, Sport Chek, Winners, Canadian Tire, and Giant Tiger are just some of the big-name stores you’ll find a short drive away. Also, be sure to keep your eye open for local favourites including Cork & Bean, Brew Wizards, Inspirations Glass & Gifts, Gifts by Nika, and more so you can explore everything Oshawa has to offer.
Top Tier Education
for All Ages
At The Heights of Harmony, you're surrounded by top-rated educational institutions that will help get your kids ready for modern life. There’s an excellent range of primary schools and secondary schools in the area, and for career training, look no further than Durham College.
Oshawa’s waterfront along Lake Ontario is a stunning natural paradise of green space, with forests, trails, sandy beaches and wildlife reserves, all connected by the Waterfront Trail. That’s partly due to the gradual rollout of the City of Oshawa’s 2011 Waterfront Master Plan, which envisioned an “Urban Waterfront Jewel... connected, sustainable, multifunctional, accessible...”