The Neighbourhood of Armitage Village is located within York Region in the Town of Newmarket.
Armitage Village is located in the centre of Newmarket, bounded by Mulock on the north side and Yonge st on the west.Then it is bounded on the east and south side by Bailey Ecological park which is the southern boundary of Newmarket. Newmarket is located about 30 miles directly north of the City of Toronto and is centrally located around Yonge St. This Neighbourhood is very defined and self enclosed by its greenspace to the east and south and Yonge St. to west and Mulock Rd to the north. For this reason it is a low traffic area with lots of crescents and courts used only by the residents.
Bailey Ecological park runs down from Mulock Dr, into Paul Semple park down the eastern edge of the neighbourhood and curving around to the south and out to Yonge St.
This Whole park area is transited via a wide, well maintained bike and walking path that is well lit up at night and is a much used highlight of this Neighbourhood. The homes in Armitage Village were built in the early 1990’s and typical of this decade , tend to be large 4 bedroom homes on large large lots, with a huge centre hall. Because this neighbourhood is surrounded by green space there are many models with walk out ravine lots. Armitage Village public elementary school is located within the neighbourhood and there are numerous parks with a variety of playground equipment.
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