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The Aileen-Willowbrook neighbourhood is in southwest Markham, south of Highway 407 with Bayview Ave as the eastern border and the railway line north of John St as the southern border. It is largely residential, with a commercial area in the southwest region. Homes in this neighbourhood are mainly condo townhomes, with single detached homes and apartment condos as well. Aileen-Willowbrook has a number of schools and parks, and a forested area along the eastern border.


The Angus Glen neighbourhood is in northwest Markham, north of Unionville and the centre core. Bruce Creek forms the western boundary. The area was originally farmland, but in the late 1990s, the original Angus Glen East Village of single family homes and townhouses was developed, using the residential concept of "New Urbanism" with homes designed with the appearance of old downtown Toronto houses, with laneways on which the homes' separate garages were built. Part of the neighbourhood is home to a large golf course.

Angus Glen

The Bayview Fairway / Bayview Country Club Estates neighbourhood is in southwest Markham The neighbourhood is built around a large golf club, the Bayview Golf and Country Club, and Settlers Park also partially lies in this area. Homes are large, single detached on large lots, on tree-lined streets, and many have a view of the golf course or other green space.

Bayview Fairway - Bayview Country Club Estates

Bayview Glen is a residential neighbourhood in southwest Markham, by the border with Toronto. Homes are mainly single-family detached on tree-lined streets, with some apartment buildings and commercial areas located in particular along Steeles and Bayview.

Bayview Glen

The Berczy neighbourhood is in north central Markham, and is named for William Berczy, Markham's founder. It is bounded to the north by Major Mackenzie Drive, to the east by McCowan Road, to the south by 16th Avenue, and to the west by Kennedy Road. A residential neighbourhood, Berczy follows a carefully planned urban design scheme that puts an emphasis on open space, protection of environmentally sensitive areas, and conservation of woodlots. It has mainly single detached homes as well as row housing and townhomes, some with garage alleyways behind the homes. A commercial area lies at the intersection of McCowan and Bur Oak Ave.


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Box Grove

The Bullock neighbourhood is in south central Markham. It is located north of Highway 407 up to the railway line north of Bullock Drive, with McCowan Rd as the western border and as far east as Markham Rd. It is usually considered part of "Old Markham." The Rouge River and a conservation area lie in the southern portion of this neighbourhood. A large shopping complex is located an McCowan Rd and Bullock Rd. and commercial areas extend along Bullock Rd, and along Highway 7. Homes are mainly single detached, many on fairly large lots.


Buttonville is a community named after the founder, John Button. Once farmlands, the area is now mixed use, with industrial and commercial properties in the south, and was residential areas that were developed in the northeast section, between 1980 and 2000. The area also includes Buttonville Airport. Buttonville is served by two major highways (407 and 404) and several arterial roads.


The Cachet neighbourhood is in west Markham. It is bounded by 16th Avenue to the south, Major Mackenzie Drive East at its farthest northern point, the Rouge River to the north and east, and Highway 404 to the west. Once farmland, the area is now mainly residential, with mostly single-detached homes with middle- to upper-income families. A commercial plaza lies off of 16th Avenue, and a very large shopping centre is to open at the intersection of Woodbine Avenue and Markland Street. In the eastern end of this neighbourhood lies a large golf course, and the homes in this area are estate-like, on large properties.


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