Armitage neighbourhood in Newmarket. Popular communities include Woodland Hill, Summerhill Estates, Bristol-London, Glenway Estates, Gorham-College Manor.
Armitage has 21 homes on the market. Of the 508 total properties listed in Newmarket, Armitage makes up just 4.1%. The average asking price of a property in Armitage is $666,529, with an estimated mortgage of $2,258 per month. That is 1.5 times less of the average asking price of $1,032,037 in Newmarket. Properties listed in Armitage are an average of 1714 square feet, with 2.9 beds and 3 baths. Armitage has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Armitage is a well-established neighbourhood with much to offer families with young children, such as nearby schools and parks.
Armitage real estate listings feature homes situated along streets lined with mature trees and well-maintained lawns.
There are plenty of parks near Armitage homes for sale, including Bailey Ecological Park.
Armitage’s location is one of its greatest assets, and families in this neighbourhood have easy access to the best that Newmarket has to offer.
MLS listings for Newmarket include spacious detached homes, condo townhouses, and bungalows. Some of the most sought-after homes in this area back onto scenic conservation land.
Major roads near Armitage homes for sale include Mulock Drive, Yonge Street, and St. John’s Sideroad.
Along Yonge Street, many shopping plazas featuring retailers, grocery stores, restaurants, and more can be found.
Schools available to Armitage residents include Armitage Village Public School (125 Savage Road), St. John Chrysostom Catholic Elementary School (800 Joe Persechini Drive), and Sir William Mulock Secondary School (705 Columbus Way).
Bailey Ecological Park is one popular recreation destination. Families can wander the Tom Taylor Trail, which passes through the park. This trail links Aurora and East Gwillimbury, and follows the East Holland River.
Families can also take advantage of all of the history and culture of Central Newmarket, which is located just north of Armitage. There are many yearly festivals and events held in this area, including winter and holiday festivals.