Markland Wood is a quiet, residential neighbourhood located in Etobicoke (west Toronto), Ontario, Canada bounded by Etobicoke Creek to the west, Elmcrest (Renforth) Creek to the east and surrounded by the Markland Wood Country Club, golf course. Markland Wood is the western most residential community in Toronto along Bloor Street West, which cuts Markland Wood into approximately 1/3 to the south and 2/3 to the north. Markland Wood is part of the Etobicoke Centre riding for federal and provincial
Markland Wood is a quiet, residential neighbourhood located in Etobicoke (west Toronto), Ontario, Canada. It is bounded by Etobicoke Creek to the west, Elmcrest (Renforth) Creek to the east, and surrounded by the Markland Wood Country Club golf course. Markland Wood is the westernmost residential community in Toronto. Bloor Street West cuts Markland Wood into approximately 1/3 to the south and 2/3 to the north. Markland Wood is part of the Etobicoke Centre riding for federal and provincial governments.
The Markland Wood community is represented and supported by the Markland Homes Association which is one of the strongest Ratepayer’s Associations in Toronto. Annual events held in Markland Wood include an Easter Egg hunt and A Christmas Food Drive.
Markland Wood has been recognised by the City of Toronto for the Clean & Beautiful Awards and by Hon. Donna Cansfield, Ontario Minister of Energy for community outreach. Many of the Markland Wood residents hold very prestigious awards for volunteering.
The residents of Markland Wood share many of the same concerns as other GTA communities. Some of these concerns are:
Toronto International Airport (LBPIA)| sound/noise and operational issues as well as pollution.
Natural Gas Fired Electrical Generating Stations, including the Eastern, Greenfield South plant.
Markland Woods History
Markland Wood or Mark’s Land, was purchased by Mark Cavotti from the Silverthorn family in September 1958. Development started in 1960 after the Conservation Authority determined the high water mark levels after Hurricane Hazel. The Markland Wood neighbourhood construction was completed in 1965. A detailed history of this area of Toronto can be seen at the Markland Wood website in the History section.
Markland Woods home prices have enjoyed a healthy increase in the last few years. Prices now range from $800 to over a million dollars. The home are typically large two storeys, so you don't see the Custom new builds as much as other areas of Etobicoke. Renovation is the more popular method of increasing home values.
Our closest Remax office to Markland Woods is across from Cloverdale Mall on the East Mall. Come and meet us there!
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