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Markland Wood - Prestige Homes in west Toronto

A very sought after pocket of detached properties built in the early 60's. Markland Wood enjoys being nestled on the western edge of Toronto (Etobicoke) yet only a few minutes by bus to subway access.

Markland Home Association is one of the strongest ratepayers associations in Toronto. There are approximately one thousand two hundred homes in Markland Wood and 85 to 90% of the homeowners support their residents association. Markland wood Neighbourhood Sold data available below.

Most of the well-maintained character-laden solid-brick homes date from the 1960s, including detached two-storey Georgian and Regency Revivals, backsplits and modern bungalows; on the northern border, upscale condos abound. The homes on elite streets in the northwest and the larger abodes bordering the golf course run upwards of a million. There are many original owners still living in the community.

There are a number custom built homes along the many ravines and bordering on the golf course settings that offer incredible expansive vistas and privacy. What can I do to feature your home?

The Markland Wood Plaza, located at the south-west corner of Bloor Street and Mill Road, is anchored by a national supermarket and a McDonalds Restaurant that was specifically designed with input from the local homeowners. This shopping plaza also has a drug store, dry cleaner, pastry shop, bank, hairstylist, flower shop, and veterinarian clinic.

The Burnhamthorpe Mall, about a 5 minute walk from the home, features a food market, post office, pet store, Pizza Hut, Banks (T-D, CIBC, BMO), LCBO, Beer Store, medical and dental clinics, and a family restaurant.

The Bloordale Community School offers a myriad of programs for children as well as adults. The adjoining Bloordale Park is the home field of the Bloordale Baseball League which offers house league, inter league, intercounty and all-star programs. Bloordale Park also has tennis courts. Millwood Park has tennis courts and a baseball diamond.

The area has easy accessibility to major thoroughfares, including Bloor Street, Burnhamthorpe Road, and Highways 427 and 401, both of which link to QEW,403,407, subway, GO train and Pearson International Airport.

If you would like to live in Markland Wood, send me a copy of your dream home criteria.

David Pylyp

Etobicoke Real Estate Agent

Accredited Senior Agent for York Peel and Halton Regions

Lives in Toronto and promotes Giving Value

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