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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.
The area is very defined and self enclosed by its wonderful abundance of greenspace to the east and south and Yonge St to west with Mulock Rd to the north. For this reason it is a low traffic area with lots of cresents and courts used only by the residents.
The Neighbourhood is well laid out with lots of curving crescents and courts. The Neighbourhood sides onto a natural protected ravine on the east and adjoins the northern border of St Andrews valley Golf course, which can be seem from many of the homes backing onto that open ravine. On the west is the hustle and bustle of Yonge St with all the conveniences of large and small stores and businesses, as well as fast food. 
This community was a product of the last of the boom years in late 1980’s and as it was being completed it fell prey to the falling market. The early purchasers paid dearly for these homes and the last purchasers reaped the benefit of the falling prices during those bad economic times of the early early 90’s.

The Homes of Armitage Village
Although the area is mostly larger detached homes on extra large, deep lots there is also a mix of both freehold and condominium townhomes on the south and west border, with a small enclave of luxury style semi detached on the far south border overlooking the ravine that forms the border between the Towns of Newmarket and Aurora.
Homes range from  $270,000 to Over $800,000. The economy was booming while these homes were introduced to the market, money seemed to be no object so lot sizes we’re very generous with 50 ft frontages and the homes were mostly large models with huge kitchens, ceramics and hardwood, curved staircases and loads of bathrooms.
The homes in this area show definite pride of ownership and most boast many green thumbs, judging by the lovely landscaping that’s evident during the summer months.


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The Builders of Armitage Village
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Parks & Recreation in Armitage Village

It has amazing, great walking trails throughout the greenspace and is a childrens dream playplace.

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The Schools serving  Armitage Village
Armitage Village has it’s own Public Elementary School within it’s boundaries, and is also very convenient to the Catholic Elementary and Public High School just across Yonge St.

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The Amenities of Armitage Village

While green on one the east boundary, to the west it abounds with services. There is a large open plaza with banks, restaurants such as the Mandarin, sports bars and quiet elegant dining. Natures Emporium is a huge grocery natural food store with fresh organic deli and everything for the health conscious or allergy prone consumer. Large Fabricland, Dollar store and a host of other shops to meet everyones needs.
All within walking distance are a variety of restaurants, a large Metro grocery store, Shoppers Drug mart, auto supply & car wash.

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It’s a very family oriented community with a mix of many ages and backgrounds. It would be a great place to call home for someone with a large family looking for some space


About York Region

Population: 1,033,000
Size: 680 square miles or 1,756 square kilometres
Location: Adjacent to Toronto to the south and Lake Simcoe to the north. Bounded by Highway 50 and Peel Region in the west, and York-Durham Region Road 30 in the east.

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Suzanne has been selling Real Estate in this area for 28 years and is consistently a top producing agent. with Sutton group Future.  Suzanne is the Mother of 2 , that have grown up in the Newmarket/Sharon area. Tiffany is now a Mom herself and a  Buyer for Niket. We miss our Brandyn ( the developer of these sites) who passed away in May ’05 during a Double Lung and Heart transplant.
As a Realtor in your area Suzanne understand that in order to earn your Real Estate business, it’s important to give you value and service, rather than annoying cold calls and constant junk mail.
By sponsoring this site and giving you this FREE Neighbourhood Service , she accomplishes the goal of making you aware that she’s here to help with your Real Estate needs and care enough about you and the community to give back to the neighbourhoods that have helped contribute to her success as a Realtor.
Suzanne plans to continue

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