Home for Sale in Bowmanville is located in a community of about 40,000 people located in the municipality of Clarington, Ontario, Canada. It is approximately 75 km east of Toronto, and 15 km east of Oshawa along Highway 2. Bowmanville was first incorporated as a town in 1858, but later incorporated with the neighbouring townships of Clarke and Darlington in 1974 forming Clarington. It is part of the Greater Toronto Area.
The Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (formerly Mosport International Raceway) which hosts both minor grand prix races and major racing events by CASCAR, the SCCA, NASCAR, and the United SportsCar Championship annually is located about 25 kilometres north of Bowmanville.
Bowmanville was home to the oldest private zoo in Canada, the Bowmanville Zoo until its closure in 2016.
The Bowmanville Santa Claus Parade has been held annually on the third Saturday of November since 1961.
Public education is provided by the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. There are eight elementary schools in Bowmanville and two secondary schools, Bowmanville High School and Clarington Central Secondary School.
The Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board oversees education through three elementary schools: Holy Family, St. Elizabeth, and St. Joseph (French Immersion); and one secondary school: St. Stephen Catholic Secondary School.
Private schools include Durham Christian High School, and Knox Christian School.
Since the 1950s, Bowmanville has been accessible via Highway 401 and is served by three interchanges: Waverley Road—Durham Road 57 (Exit 431), Liberty Street—Durham Road 14 (Exit 432) and Bennett Road (Exit 435), that also serves the retirement community of Wilmot Creek on the Lake Ontario shore. The interchange with Highway 35 and Highway 115 to Lindsay and Peterborough (exit 436) lies 500 metres east of Bennett Road.
Bowmanville is bisected by the Canadian Pacific Railway, while the Canadian National Railway runs to the south of the town. Bowmanville had its own transit system, Clarington Transit from 2002–05, and is now served by Durham Region Transit, which offers connections to GO Transit and Via Rail.
GO Transit plans to extend the Lakeshore East line train service to Bowmanville by 2024.
Merely a 10-minute drive from one another and just east of Toronto, the towns of Bowmanville and Courtice are communities in which you're sure to find a home you'll love in the Municipality of Clarington. Houses for sale in Bowmanville are both desirable and affordable, and the city is a great place to call home, thanks to its family friendly atmosphere and wealth of business opportunities. While quite a bit smaller than Bowmanville, Courtice offers a great deal in terms of activities, employment opportunities, and more, making browsing Courtice homes for sale also well worth your time.
With job opportunities available at such places as Bowmanville's RCMP office, the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station, and the Bowmanville Foundry, as well as at the South Courtice arena, purchasing property for sale in the area doesn't have to mean a commute into Toronto. In addition, Oshawa is located in close proximity to both towns, and the booming automotive industry there is sure to further growth in Bowmanville and Courtice in the coming years.
When browsing Bowmanville real estate listings, remember that real estate in these towns will provide you with the chance to find a place to live that's relaxing and equally able to provide you with a sustainable future. In addition, the area is full of history, having been the location of the Battle of Bowmanville and the location of a prisoner of war camp that held German army officers captive during World War II. These past situations have certainly served as growing points for the town's solid foundation and evolving structure, positioning it as an exceptional choice for real estate.
Despite relatively small in terms of population size, in terms of entertainment, both Bowmanville and Courtice have much to offer, and this is important to keep in mind when considering Bowmanville real estate. Surrounded by provincial parks and farmland, Bowmanville offers a natural atmosphere, but you don't have to go far for excitement. Several festivals, including the Apple Festival, Summerfest, the Maple Festival, and Moonlight Magic, turn the town into a friendly gathering place for friends and family, making it the perfect place to look for property for sale. Nearby, the Courtice flea market is not to be missed, as this year-round classic farmer's market keeps the growing small town's cozy country spirit alive.
When looking for Bowmanville homes for sale, consider that the area is also plentiful with safe schools, offering students both public and private education opportunities. It's a great place to raise a family, and with an array of colleges and universities nearby, including Durham College's main campus, students won't have to go far from home to further their education.
Whether you're looking for homes for sale in Bowmanville or considering Courtice real estate, moving to the Municipality of Clarington is an excellent decision to make. Not only will you be happy with the cost of Bowmanville real estate, but you'll be satisfied by what the city itself has to offer in addition to the pleasant atmosphere of its surrounding areas, including Courtice. Make the move today!
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