Unionville neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Village Green-South Unionville, Markville, Milliken Mills East, Milliken Mills West, Aileen-Willowbrook.
Unionville has 310 homes on the market. Of the 2010 total properties listed in Markham, Unionville makes up just 15.4%. The average asking price of a property in Unionville is $1,307,018, with an estimated mortgage of $4,428 per month. That is 1.1 times of the average asking price of $1,183,729 in Markham. Properties listed in Unionville are an average of 1226 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 3.1 baths. Unionville has 23.5% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
With its charming, historic downtown core and wide variety of housing options, Unionville is one of Markham’s most appealing neighbourhoods.
Unionville homes for sale can be found along streets lined with mature trees and well-maintained yards. Homes closer to the downtown area have a historical flavour.
Parks near Unionville real estate include Briarwood Park, Carlton Park, Crosby Park, and Monarch Park.
Families looking for an area rich in history and culture might want to start their search with Unionville real estate listings. Unionville real estate is also a very convenient option for commuters to Toronto and other areas, thanks to its easy accessibility to Highway 404 and Highway 407.
MLS listings for Unionville include a wide variety of detached homes, from smaller bungalow-type properties to spacious two-story homes. There are also many new and updated condominiums and townhouses available.
Unionville was founded in 1794, just north of 16th. The town takes its name from Ira White’s Union Mills, which was established in 1839. The historic downtown area of Unionville grew up around this time, as well, as is reflected by the architecture of many of the buildings in this area.
Major roads near Unionville homes for sale include Highway 404, Highway 407, York Highway 7, 16th Avenue, and Warden Avenue.
Historic Main Street Unionville is popular among both locals and tourists, and boasts several restaurants, pubs, and shops. Other shops and restaurants can be found along arterial roads such as Highway 7.
Schools available to Unionville residents include Unionville Public School (300 Main Street), Parkview Public School (22 Fonthill Boulevard), Unionville High School (201 Town Centre Boulevard), and Bill Crothers Secondary School (44 Main Street).
The Unionville Village Festival has been one of Unionville’s most popular yearly events since 1969. Visitors to this festival can enjoy craft fairs, plenty of good food and drink, live music and entertainment, karaoke and dog contests, and, of course, the Festival Parade.