Wismer neighbourhood in Markham. Popular communities include Raymerville, Markham Village, Bullock, Grandview, Greensborough.
Wismer has 56 homes on the market. Of the 2005 total properties listed in Markham, Wismer makes up just 2.8%. The average asking price of a property in Wismer is $873,488, with an estimated mortgage of $2,959 per month. That is 1.4 times less of the average asking price of $1,183,729 in Markham. Properties listed in Wismer are an average of 926 square feet, with 2.7 beds and 2.8 baths. Wismer has 14.3% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Wismer, with its spacious homes and easy access to schools, entertainment, and other amenities, is an ideal neighbourhood for families.
MLS listings for Wismer feature newer homes set along streets lined with neat lawns and young trees.
Parks near Wismer homes for sale include Wismer Park, Roy Rainey Park, and Ralph Chalmers Park.
Families with young children might find Wismer real estate listings to be an excellent place to begin their house-hunt. Because it is located within minutes of two major highways, Wismer is also an ideal neighbourhood for commuters to Toronto and other areas.
Wismer homes for sale include a wide selection of spacious detached and semi-detached houses, most of which were built in the 1990s or later.
Wismer takes its name from the Wismer family, which was one of Markham’s first pioneer families. David Wismer and his family were originally from Germany, although they lived for some time in Pennsylvania before ultimately arriving in Markham in 1806. The Wismer family donated a good deal of property to their budding town, including land upon which the area’s first school was built.
Major roads near Wismer homes for sale include Major Mackenzie Drive, Markham Road/Highway 48, 16th Avenue, and McCowan Road. Wismer is also just north of Highway 7 and Highway 407, and a short drive east of Highway 404.
The charming downtown core of Main Street Markham is just a stone’s throw from Wismer real estate. This historic shopping centre features an abundance of local boutiques, gift shops, furniture stores, restaurants, and more. Main Street Markham is also an artistic hub, with several studios and galleries.
Schools available to Wismer residents include John McCrae Public School (565 Fred Mclaren Boulevard), Wismer Public School (171 Mingay Avenue), and Bur Oak Secondary School (933 Bur Oak Avenue).
For Wismer families, there is always something fun to do, thanks to the neighbourhood’s proximity to Main Street Markham. Families can attend a number of seasonal festivals and events, such as music festivals and holiday celebrations.