Middlefield neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Old Markham Village, Cedarwood, Cornell, Rouge Fairways, Vinegar Hill.
Middlefield has 36 homes on the market. Of the 1994 total properties listed in Markham, Middlefield makes up just 1.8%. The average asking price of a property in Middlefield is $1,032,503, with an estimated mortgage of $3,498 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,186,199 in Markham. Properties listed in Middlefield are an average of 1285 square feet, with 2.9 beds and 3.1 baths. Middlefield has 11.1% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Middlefield is a residential neighbourhood conveniently located south of Highway 407 and east of McCowan Road.
Middlefield homes for sale can be found along quiet streets, crescents, and cul-de-sacs lined with homes and yards that show pride of ownership, as well as plenty of young trees.
Parks near Middlefield real estate include Elson Park, James Edward Park, Beaupre Park, and many others.
Middlefield real estate listings might be the first place for commuters to Toronto and other cities to start their search. In addition to convenient access to major highways, Middlefield real estate also offers plenty of nearby amenities such as community centres and shopping.
MLS listings for Middlefield primarily feature detached single-family homes, many of which are multi-storied and quite spacious.
Major roads near Middlefield homes for sale include Highway 407, 14th Avenue, Steeles Avenue, and Markham Road/Main Street.
Retailers, restaurants, professional offices, and many other businesses can be found in plazas along main streets near Middlefield real estate, particularly along Markham Road near Highway 407.
There are many schools available to Middlefield residents, including Coppard Glen Public School (131 Coppard Avenue), Armadale Public School (11 Coppard Avenue), Parkland Public School (18 Coxworth Avenue), Father Michael McGivney Catholic Academy High School (5300 14th Avenue, and Middlefield Collegiate Institute (525 Highglen Avenue).
There are plenty of ways to stay active in Middlefield. The Armadale Community Centre (2401 Denison) features a large gymnasium with a rock climbing wall, as well as meeting rooms.
The Milliken Mills Community Centre is also just a few minutes west of Middlefield, and boasts a swimming pool, soccer domes, an ice arena and pro shop, and more.