About Old Markham Village
Old Markham Village neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Cedarwood, Rouge Fairways, Vinegar Hill, Middlefield, Legacy.
Old Markham Village has 38 homes on the market. Of the 1994 total properties listed in Markham, Old Markham Village makes up just 1.9%. The average asking price of a property in Old Markham Village is $1,376,853, with an estimated mortgage of $4,664 per month. That is 1.2 times of the average asking price of $1,186,199 in Markham. Properties listed in Old Markham Village are an average of 1200 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 2.9 baths. Old Markham Village has 15.8% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Old Markham Village is a historic community centred around Main Street, south of 16th Avenue. This area features a charming shopping district and a thriving arts culture.
Old Markham Village homes for sale are situated in a neighbourhood with a definite historical flavour, with plenty of stately old homes and mature trees.
Parks near Old Markham Village real estate include Springdale Park, Walker Park, and Rouge Valley Park.
Families looking for a picturesque neighbourhood rich in history and local culture need look no further than Old Markham Village real estate listings. This is also a very convenient area for commuters, thanks to its proximity to major roads such as Highway 7 and Highway 407.
MLS listings for Old Markham Village include a variety of detached homes, both historic and newer.
The area that would become Markham Village saw its first settlers in the early 1800s. The village was named for the Archbishop William Markham of York. Sawmills, gristmills, and woollen mills along the banks of the Rouge River formed the backbone of Markham’s early industry. The town grew as inns, taverns, and other services became necessary to accommodate travellers.
Major roads near Old Markham Village homes for sale include Highway 7, 16th Avenue, and, a little further south, Highway 407.
The shopping core of Main Street attracts both locals and tourists. Here shoppers can find a number of boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and more.
Schools available to Old Markham Village residents include Franklin Street Public School (21 Franklin Street) and Markham District High School (89 Church Street).
In addition to its shops and restaurants, Main Street is also the location of several seasonal festivals. Families can enjoy music festivals, parades, holiday festivals, auto shows, gallery walks, and more.