Cedarwood neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Rouge Fairways, Old Markham Village, Legacy, Box Grove, Vinegar Hill.
Cedarwood has 39 homes on the market. Of the 2005 total properties listed in Markham, Cedarwood makes up just 1.9%. The average asking price of a property in Cedarwood is $819,040, with an estimated mortgage of $2,775 per month. That is 1.4 times less of the average asking price of $1,183,729 in Markham. Properties listed in Cedarwood are an average of 1016 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 3.3 baths. Cedarwood has 5.1% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Located at the northeast part of the intersection of Markham Road and Steeles Avenue, Cedarwood is a new neighbourhood that is still in development.
Cedarwood homes for sale are located along streets lined with new homes and young trees.
There are plenty of beautiful parks and trails near Cedarwood real estate, as well as the Remington Parkview Golf and Country Club.
Cedarwood is a neighbourhood that is growing up along with the families who live there. Cedarwood is a particularly attractive neighbourhood for families with children, thanks to its proximity to amenities such as schools and recreational areas.
MLS listings for Cedarwood feature plenty of spacious detached homes.
Cedarwood is located just moments south of Highway 407, which makes this a very convenient neighbourhood for commuters to Toronto and other cities. Other major roads near Cedarwood real estate include Markham Road/Main Street and Steeles Avenue.
Shopping plazas featuring retailers, restaurants, salons, and other businesses can be found along major streets such as Markham Road.
Schools available to Cedarwood residents include Cedarwood Public School (399 Elson Street) and Ellen Fairclough Public School (33 Brando Avenue).
The Remington Parkview Golf and Country Club features two beautiful courses. The popular Valley Course boasts scenic views of Rouge River Valley woodland, as well as some very challenging holes. The Upper Course is a longer, more difficult course designed to appeal to the advanced golfer.