Raymerville neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Wismer, Bullock, Markham Village, Grandview, Markville.
Raymerville has 22 homes on the market. Of the 1994 total properties listed in Markham, Raymerville makes up just 1.1%. The average asking price of a property in Raymerville is $1,090,729, with an estimated mortgage of $3,695 per month. That is 1.1 times less of the average asking price of $1,186,199 in Markham. Properties listed in Raymerville are an average of 1071 square feet, with 3.6 beds and 3.9 baths. Raymerville has 4.5% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Raymerville is a peaceful, family-friendly community located just west of historic Main Street Markham and south of 16th Avenue.
Raymerville real estate listings feature homes situated along streets lined with well-maintained yards and plenty of trees.
Parks near Raymerville homes for sale include Springdale Park, Raymerville Woodlot Park, and Raybeck Park.
For families, and particularly those with young children, Raymerville has much to offer: spacious homes with room for growing families, nearby schools, cultural events and festivals, and easy access to amenities such as shopping.
MLS listings for Raymerville boast a wide variety of detached, single-family homes, as well as condominiums along Raymerville Drive.
Raymerville takes its name from Raymerville Drive, which in turn takes its name from the Ramer family, who were the first to settle in this area. Ramer Woods Public School, which is named after the family, is built on land that was once farmed by the Ramers.
Raymerville Drive is the main arterial road in Raymerville, from which major streets such as Main Street and McCowan Road are accessible. Other major roads near Raymerville homes for sale include 16th Avenue, Highway 7, and Highway 407.
Public transportation is available in Raymerville from York Region Transit, with connections to nearby GO Stations for rail commuters.
The Markville Shopping Centre (5000 Highway 7) is just a short drive south of Raymerville. This is Markham’s largest shopping mall, and features over 125 retailers, restaurants, and other businesses.
Historic Main Street Markham is also just a stone’s throw from Raymerville. This picturesque downtown area offers an abundance of local shops and restaurants.
Schools available to Raymerville residents include Ramer Woods Public School (11 Cairns Drive) and St. Edwards Catholic Elementary School (33 Cairns Drive).
Raymerville’s proximity to Markham’s historic downtown means that there is always something fun to do. There are many seasonal festivals along Main Street, including holiday celebrations, parades, music festivals, and more.