Greensborough neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Wismer, Markham Village, Berczy, Raymerville, Grandview.
Greensborough has 72 homes on the market. Of the 2010 total properties listed in Markham, Greensborough makes up just 3.6%. The average asking price of a property in Greensborough is $802,927, with an estimated mortgage of $2,720 per month. That is 1.5 times less of the average asking price of $1,183,729 in Markham. Properties listed in Greensborough are an average of 1397 square feet, with 2.6 beds and 3 baths. Greensborough has 12.5% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Greensborough is a newer neighbourhood planned according to a Smart Growth initiative, which makes for a well-laid out community with plenty of recreational areas.
Greensborough homes for sale can be found along streets lined with neatly landscaped yards and young trees.
There are many parks near Greensborough real estate, including Chancery Park, Saffron Street Park, Castlemore Park, and a number of smaller parkettes.
Greensborough is, by design, ideal for families, particularly those with children. There are plenty of nearby schools, and, thanks to the neighbourhood’s location near several major roads, the area is also convenient for commuters.
MLS listings for Greensborough include many spacious detached and semi-detached homes, as well as condominiums and townhouses.
The adult-living community of Swan Lake is also located in the southern part of Greensborough. This gated community is centred around the lake of the same name, and features plenty of scenic walking trails.
Major roads near that run through Greensborough include 16th Avenue, Markham Road, and Major Mackenzie Drive. Highway 407 is accessible via the Donald Cousens Parkway.
Public transportation is available in the area from York Region Transit. For rail commuters, the Mount Joy GO Station is also located in Greensborough.
Markham’s historic Main Street is located just a few minutes south of Greensborough. This picturesque shopping district boasts a wide variety of local boutiques, restaurants, and other businesses.
Schools available to Greensborough residents include Mount Joy Public School (281 Williamson Road), Greensborough Public School (80 Alfred Patterson Drive), and St. Julia Billiart Catholic Elementary School (2070 Bur Oak Avenue).
Greensborough’s proximity to historic Main Street means that Greensborough families have easy access to many of Markham’s most popular cultural offerings. There are many seasonal festivals and events along the Main Street, including holiday celebrations, music festivals, parades, and more.