A SENSE OF PLACE
If this land by the Oshawa Creek could talk, it would tell a story that begins eons ago with the ancient Lake Iroquois. Habitation began around the 1400’s, Iroquois settled in the 1700’s, longhouses were built, and in 1763 Governor Simcoe’s road was opened, carrying European settlers deep into Upper Canada. Over the next two centuries, the story is chapter after exciting chapter of homes and farms, – even a long-forgotten 1952/53 Pleasure Valley Ranch tourist attraction beside today’s Camp Samac – that brought lasting prosperity to this remarkable place.
A new story is about to be written at Ironwood by those who will live here. They will walk to school, explore nature at Camp Samac, find fresh produce at local farmers’ markets, walk to University and/or College, shop at the Oshawa Centre, stay active at the Legends Centre. Oh, what lasting memories they will make, what tales they will tell of life here in this glorious and lasting landscape.
In North Oshawa, surrounded by hundreds of acres of protected conservation area, forest and parks, Ironwood is a place where nature stands strong. A place where those fortunate enough to live here can build everlasting memories of the things that matter. Family. Friends. Sport. Imagination. Adventure. And the peace that comes with a backdrop of woods and trails. Ironwood. Where community bonds last forever.
When you choose to call Ironwood home, you can know that nature will always be there with you. Every day, residents will find themselves waking in their elegant new home to a new day of discovery amid nature’s landscape.
This is a community where green spaces and private amenity areas are integral to the master plan. Where Cedar Valley Conservation Area sits right across the road. And where local parks are found around every corner.