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Newmarket, ON Real Estate - Homes For Sale in Newmarket, Ontario

In Newmarket, the majority of dwellings are single detached homes, whereas the rest are mainly townhouses. About one quarter of properties in this part of the Greater Toronto metropolitan area were built after the year 2000, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960 and in the 1960s. This town is primarily composed of three bedroom and four or more bedroom homes. Around 80% of the population of this town own their home whereas the remainder are renters.  Read more about Newmarket real estate

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Newmarket is very car friendly. It is very easy to find a place to park. In contrast, the public transit network in this town is not very accessible. Nonetheless, residents are served by the Newmarket Station on the Barrie Line. There are approximately 30 bus lines crossing the town, and bus stops are usually nearby. Newmarket is not particularly suitable for walking because most daily needs are occasionally challenging to carry out on foot. Even though there are a fair number of bike lanes, and cycling is better in certain sectors than others, Newmarket is also not particularly cycling-friendly since riding a bicycle is made arduous by the typically hilly terrain.


It is often an option for house buyers in this town to shop for groceries by walking. A small variety of restaurants and cafes can be found as well. As far as education is concerned, parents and their kids will value that no matter where their house is located in Newmarket, both primary and secondary schools are nearby. Families have the option of public and private schools at both the elementary and secondary school level. However, daycares are not especially numerous and consequently not always within walking distance.


Newmarket offers a slower-paced ambience and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time outdoors. The noise levels in this part of the Greater Toronto metropolitan area are reasonably low, as the streets are usually quite peaceful - however noise can be problematic near the railway line or Highway 404. Finally, there are over 50 public green spaces nearby for residents to discover, like Bailey Ecological Park and Fairy Lake, which makes it easy to reach them.