Markland Wood Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Markland Wood is a beautiful neighbourhood situated in Etobicoke in West Toronto, Ontario. The area is surrounded by Eatonville to the east, Etobicoke Creek to the west, and Etobicoke West to the North. The Markland Wood Country Club, a golf course, also forms the perimeter of the neighbourhood. It is also located a few minutes walk from the Mississauga border. With a wide variety of homes for sale in Markland Wood there is something for everyone in this welcoming community!

  •   AgeOlder
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesSquare One
  •   Commute16 mins DT
  •   IncomeUpper Mid


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The Masters, A Hidden Gem In Toronto! The Most Popular Up Split Layout In The Building, 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 2 Balcony Unit. Sitting On 11 Acres, Backing Onto The Markland Wood Golf Course, This Unit Boasts Spectacular Views From Both Spacious Balconies, One Open & One Covered.... Read More »

#c6 -296 Mill Road

Markland Wood, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths

MLS® #W5453690

Markland Wood Real Estate Overview

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Being the western-most residential community in Toronto, Markland Wood enjoys several privileges that set it apart from many other neighbourhoods.

In 1958, Marc Cavotti, a known developer, bought 400 of the thousand acres from the Silverthorn family, who owned it since 1809. The family was failing to keep pace with the increase in the tax burden imposed on them by Toronto's expansion. Every year that Toronto grew closer, the taxes on their farmland grew higher.

After the sale, the Silverthorn family requested the developer not cut down the considerable hardwood forest and to preserve as many trees as possible. This particular lot is now a section of the 10-acre Millwood Park, located on Silverthorne Bush Drive. The piece of land, which was known as "Marc's Land," owing to his ownership, soon got the name "Markland."

In 2010-11, Markland Wood commemorated the 50th anniversary. In 2011, Markland Homes Association changed its constitution and is now known as the Markland Wood Homeowners Association.

Today, the neighbourhood exudes a distinct charm that's both contemporary and historic, welcoming people of various nationalities, religions and professions.

Who Lives In Markland Wood Homes

The Markland Wood neighbourhood has some of the nicest people in Toronto. The neighbourhood's slogan, "A Circle of Friends," expresses it all. Many residents in the area are elites by any measure. Demographically, Markland Wood comprises children, youth, working-age, pre-retirement and senior citizens. Working people with families form the largest group of residents here.

Markland Wood Homes Are Perfect For

The welcoming feeling of the Markland Wood neighbourhood is a big draw to those who wish to start and grow their families in a Toronto community. The community suits all kinds of households, but it's simply the best for those people who look for warm and caring neighbours. Not to forget, there are plenty of green spaces in and around the neighbourhood, making it ideal for nature-lovers and adventurists.

Markland Wood Homes Are Not So Perfect For

Markland Wood may not be the perfect option for anyone who is looking for noise-free living space. The Toronto Pearson International Airport is close by and can create a noisy atmosphere. At the same time, major roads can have heavy traffic during peak hours.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Markland Wood

Being a west-Torontonian neighbourhood, Markland Wood is blessed with amenities. Residents of the community are located close to all modern facilities that they require for comfortable living.

The vibrant and energetic character of Markland Wood is evident from the variety of cultural events hosted here. Annual Environmental Day Clean-Up in April, Annual Community Garage Sale in May, Family Fun Day in August, Markland Wood Community Social in September and Christmas Caravan & Food Drive in December are a few events that residents of the community mark in their yearly calendars.

The convenience of having everything just around the block is one of the primary reasons why so many people covet a property in the Markland Wood neighbourhood. For the shopaholics, there is the Markland Wood Plaza at the south-west corner of Mill Road and Bloor Street. This shopping plaza has a national supermarket and a McDonald's that was designed with the help of the Markland Homes Association.

Residents can also find a drug store, pastry shop, dry cleaner, bank, flower shop, hairstylist and a veterinarian clinic in the massive complex. The Burnhamthorpe Mall, located on Burnhamthorpe Drive, features a popular food market, and many other businesses.

La Castile Steakhouse & Tavern, Montreal Delicatessen & Family Restaurant, Muddy Duck, The Keg Steakhouse & Bar are a few eateries where residents can go for their weekend eating-out plans and special treats.

Families with kids can ensure that their little ones get the best education and extra-curricular activities for their overall development. Millwood Junior School, Bloordale Middle School, Silverthorn Collegiate, and St. Clement Catholic School are a few schools kids in the community can attend.

The Bloordale Community School organizes several programs for both children and adults. The adjacent Bloordale Park is the playing ground for the Bloordale Baseball League, which offers inter-league, house league, inter-county and all-star programs. It also has tennis court facilities.

Millwood Park, located off Bloor Street, has tennis courts and a baseball diamond. The Markland Wood Country Club forms the boundary of Markland Drive, and along with Etobicoke River Valley, creates a splendid natural barrier for the neighbourhood. Centennial Park, Colbourne Ridge and Sherway Gardens are a few other spots where nature-lovers are seen jogging, relaxing, or having a great time with their kids.

Markland Wood Real Estate Market

The Markland Wood neighbourhood spreads across the historic communities of Eatonville and Summerville and is defined by its spaciously large wooded lots, single-family bungalows and split level homes. Many of the homes for sale in Markland Wood feature grey bricks, which is typical of the area's architecture. Most of the houses were built between 1960 and 1962, and comprise detached two-storey Georgian and Regency revival designs.

Houses in Markland Wood sit on generous lots featuring private driveways and double garages. Mature trees line the perimeter of these properties with some of the backyards having apple trees planted by the erstwhile Silverthorn family. A few houses situated on Markland Drive back onto the Etobicoke River Valley and Markland Wood Country Club.

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