Unionville is a quaint suburban village in Markham. Enjoy the old world charm and convenient travel to and from this lively community. Living in Unionville offers a welcome reprieve from the cookie cutter homes built to the north east of Markham. In fact, the Unionville residents say once you become a Unionville home owner you’ll probably never want to leave.
Unionville has a strong family community and is said to be one of the most affluent areas in the GTA. Union Ville offers some of the best schools, excellent living standards, an easy commute to Toronto and of course, superb shopping.
Unionville is composed of many neighborhoods including Olde Unionville, South Unionville, Angus Glen, and Berczy Village. The Rouge River runs north of the central part of Unionville and to the southeast. Highway 404 is just to the west, and the nearest interchange with the 407 ETR is only 2 km south on Kennedy Rd.
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Unionvillites do not be want to addressed as Markhamonians, and that is true as they live in a world which is truly different than Markham.
Indeed Unionville has its own character,As you stroll through the Unionville Main Street you would forget you ever lived so close to Toronto.Main street opens up in to century old small curio shops and stores which gives you the smell of fresh coffee brewing and small french style tables outside for soaking the warm sun.The historic Main Street Unionville attracts thousands of visitors each year,it boast of 9 restaurants, including 3 pubs. Main Street (originally the laneway from the village's first grist mill) also has a number of "century homes" dating back to the 19th century. Each year, thousands visit Unionville during the summer Unionville Festival.
Unionville is also one of the most affluent neighborhoods of Toronto. People who live here do not want to move.No where else they can get the best schools,shopping and tree lined streets.In summer after 5pm you can see the whole community walking,jogging and the kids playing in the Togood Park.The homes are mostly single family detach and have character,which you do not get in the builders cookie cutter homes.