Set against the eastern banks of Etobicoke Creek, this family neighbourhood offers a nature-filled reprieve from the busy city, with easy commuter access for those who work downtown. Most of the neighbourhood is made up of winding residential streets with single family homes — 2 storey houses, back splits, and bungalows — but there are 10 buildings to choose from for buyers who are interested in Markland Wood condos for sale.
If your hunt for a new home has brought you to Markland Wood, you’ll find Toronto condos for sale in high-rise towers, mid-rise, and townhouse complexes. Houses in the neighbourhood garner high price tags, but condos like Millgate Manor Condos, Millgate Manor II Condos, and Millgate Manor III Condos are quite affordable, which is ideal for buyers who are on a tight budget. Most buildings were built in the 70s and 80s, so floor plans are quite generous, but finishes could be dated.
Condos for sale in Markland Wood are a great choice for growing families — there are schools in both the Catholic and public boards, youth programs and facilities at Neilson Park Creative Centre, Markland Wood Golf Club, and several expansive green spaces. The neighbourhood contains a few fast food chains like McDonald’s, and Cloverdale Mall is just beyond the eastern border.
As mentioned, this neighbourhood is a great spot for commuters — the 427 is located on the eastern boundary of the neighbourhood, and buses on Dundas St W have service to Kipling GO for GO Transit. If you value peace and quiet, and don’t mind commuting, buying a condo in Markland Wood is an excellent decision.