Why Do People Live in Woodland Hill?
Woodland Hill is a contemporary new neighbourhood of trendy single family, semi-detached and ample quantity of townhomes. It is conveniently located on the north-west boundary of Newmarket. It's not uncommon to see neighborhood kids playing in the newly constructed parks and splash pads. As well as community members walking, running and biking through the environmental park, Bonshaw Avenue Park, and Dave Kerwin Trail systems. Great access to Hwy 400, 404 and Go Transit, and amenities - shops, restaurants and all that Upper Canada Mall has to offer.
What's the Woodland Neighborhood Like?
The homes you would expect to find for sale in the Woodland Hill Neighborhood are generally at the price of $600,000 to $1,000,000 dollars and range in 1500 and 3500 square feet. Most of the homes were built between 2002 and now. Many of the homes have had updates and it's not uncommon to find homes that have extensive finished basements adding to greater living space. 34% of the homeowners are in the 30-45 year age range with 26% or the children are 12 years old or younger. There is still a good balance of 17% of mature adults of 45 of age to 65 years.
What's Going on Nearby the Woodland Hill Community?
Woodland is located right along the revitalized Yonge Street and Davis Street There is a major hospital less than 5 kmWoodland Hills Homes for Sale from the neighborhood as well as just about every kind of conceivable shopping in walking distance. The Upper Canada Regional Shopping Center. The Harvest Hills Activity Centre offers residents a wide variety of leisure programs and social activities.
What Schools will the Kids Attend?
If you buy a home for sale in the Woodland Hill Neighborhood of Newmarket, the local schools serving this area are Alexander Muir P.S., Poplar Bank P.S., Phoebe Gilman P.S., St Nicolas CES., Elementary Schools, Dr. John M Denison Secondary School, and Sacred Heart Catholic Secondary School.