About Central Newmarket
Central Newmarket neighbourhood in Newmarket. Popular communities include Summerhill Estates, Bristol-London, Glenway Estates, Gorham-College Manor, Stonehaven-Wyndham.
Central Newmarket has 111 homes on the market. Of the 540 total properties listed in Newmarket, Central Newmarket makes up just 20.6%. The average asking price of a property in Central Newmarket is $1,046,362, with an estimated mortgage of $3,545 per month. That is 1 times less of the average asking price of $1,078,754 in Newmarket. Properties listed in Central Newmarket are an average of 458 square feet, with 2 beds and 1.7 baths. Central Newmarket has 9.9% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Central Newmarket is a family-friendly with plenty of historical charm and a picturesque downtown area.
Central Newmarket homes for sale are situated along streets lined with stately old trees. Parks near Central Newmarket real estate include Veterans Memorial Park, Haskett Park, and Dennis Park. The Wesley Brooks Conservation Area is also located in the eastern part of the community.
Families looking for an area with plenty of culture, as well as nearby amenities, might want to start their search with Central Newmarket real estate listings. Schools, entertainment, and shopping are all at Central Newmarket residents’ fingertips.
MLS listings for Central Newmarket feature detached homes both old and new, many of which are situated on fairly large lots. Townhouses are also available.
The Holland River, at the time of Newmarket’s founding, was a major travel route between Lake Ontario and Lake Simcoe. The Toronto Carrying-Place Trail, a portage route, also ran through Newmarket.
In June of 1800, an American Quaker, Timothy Rogers, came to the area searching for a site where a Quaker settlement could be established. The settlement was underway by 1801, by which time a mill was constructed on the Holland River, the dam for which produced Fairy Lake.
Major roads near Central Newmarket homes for sale include Yonge Street, Mulock Drive, Davis Drive, Prospect Street, and Main Street. The Newmarket GO Station (465 Davis Drive) is also located nearby.
The quaint shopping district along Main Street features local shops, restaurants, cafés, professional offices, and more.
Schools available to Central Newmarket residents include J. L. R. Bell Public School (121 Queen Street), Stuart Scott Public School (247 Lome Avenue), Rogers Public School (256 Rogers Road), and St. Paul Catholic Elementary School (140 William Roe Boulevard).
There are many yearly festivals and cultural events for Newmarket families to enjoy, such as winter and holiday festivals.