About Markham Village
Markham Village neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Grandview, Vinegar Hill, Wismer, Bullock, Raymerville.
Markham Village has 50 homes on the market. Of the 2005 total properties listed in Markham, Markham Village makes up just 2.5%. The average asking price of a property in Markham Village is $1,044,193, with an estimated mortgage of $3,537 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,183,729 in Markham. Properties listed in Markham Village are an average of 635 square feet, with 3 beds and 2.9 baths. Markham Village has 4% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Located just east of Main Street and south of Highway 16, Markham Village is a peaceful residential neighbourhood with plenty of nearby amenities.
Markham Village real estate listings feature homes situated in a well-established community full of recreational green space and mature trees.
Parks near Markham Village homes for sale include Reesor Park, Fincham Park, and Mint Leaf Park.
Markham Village is an ideal neighbourhood for families with children, thanks to the number of schools and parks in the neighbourhood, as well as its proximity to cultural hubs such as Old Markham Village.
MLS listings for Markham Village feature a wide variety of detached and semi-detached homes, most of which were built in the 1970s and later.
Markham Village, originally called Reesorville, saw its first settlers in the 1820s. Mennonites from the northern United States were among the first to arrive, although years to come would provide an influx of immigrants from the British Isles, as well.
Major roads that pass through Markham Village include Main Street/Highway 48, 16th Avenue, Ninth Line, and Highway 7 East. Highway 407 is just a few minutes south of Markham Village, which makes this area very convenient for commuters to Toronto and other cities.
The shopping district of Main Street can be found in the Old Markham Village neighbourhood, west of Markham Village. This charming historical street features an abundance of local boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and other businesses.
Schools in Markham Village include E. T. Crowle Public School (15 Larkin Avenue), Reesor Park Public School (69 Wootten Way), St. Joseph Catholic Elementary School (55 Parkway Avenue), and Markham District High School (89 Church Street).
There are many festivals and cultural events for families to enjoy along historical Main Street. Art-lovers can participate in gallery walks, children can meet Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, and residents of all ages can enjoy music festivals and other events.