About Devil's Elbow
Devil's Elbow neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Sherwood-Amberglen, Bayview Fairway-Bayview Country Club Estates, Rural Markham, Aileen-Willowbrook, Rouge River Estates.
Devil's Elbow has 16 homes on the market. Of the 2022 total properties listed in Markham, Devil's Elbow makes up just 0.8%. The average asking price of a property in Devil's Elbow is $4,254,146, with an estimated mortgage of $14,411 per month. That is 3.6 times of the average asking price of $1,176,179 in Markham. Properties listed in Devil's Elbow are an average of 1308 square feet, with 4 beds and 5 baths. Devil's Elbow has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Located south of Major Mackenzie Drive, just east of Highway 404, Devil’s Elbow is a mature community that features a large number of spacious executive homes.
Devil’s Elbow homes for sale are often located on sprawling lots, and are situated along streets lined with plenty of mature trees and greenery. Some of the most sought-after homes in this area back onto scenic ravines and creeks.
For families looking for plenty of space or couples looking to retire in peace and comfort, Devil’s Elbow real estate listings might be the first place to look. This area is also very convenient for commuters to Toronto and other cities, thanks to its close proximity to Highway 404.
MLS listings for Devil’s Elbow include plenty of detached single-family homes, most of which are very spacious and may include four or more bedrooms.
Major roads near Devil’s Elbow include Highway 404, Major Mackenzie Drive, Woodbine Avenue, 16th Avenue, and Warden Avenue.
A variety of shops and restaurants can be found in plazas along major roads such as Woodbine Avenue and Major Mackenzie Drive.
Schools available near Devil’s Elbow real estate include Lincoln Alexander Public School (38 Hillmount Road), St. Augstine Catholic High School (2188 Rodick Road), and many more.
The Angus Glen Community Centre (4030 Major Mackenzie Drive East) is located just north of Devil’s Elbow. This facility boasts two ice arenas for hockey and skating, a swimming pool, a gymnasium, a youth centre, and tennis courts. This is also the location of the Angus Glen Library.