Devil's Elbow real estate guide & listings for sale
Devil's Elbow is very quiet overall, as there are usually low levels of noise from traffic. Parks aren't well-spread out, resulting in them being sometimes challenging to get to from a lot of locations within the neighbourhood. Still, there are a few green spaces nearby for residents to unwind in.
Moving around by car is especially convenient in Devil's Elbow. Parking is quite easy. On the other hand, Devil's Elbow is not very transit friendly. Nevertheless, homeowners benefit from a few bus lines, and it is straightforward to reach a nearby bus stop from most residences. Cycling is difficult in Devil's Elbow as the bicycling network is rather limited, and there is a considerable amount of slopes. This neighbourhood is also not very suitable for those who travel by foot because most daily needs are difficult to carry out without having to use a car.
The buildings in this area are very modern, since around half of its dwellings were built after the year 2000, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s. The housing stock of this area is composed primarily of single detached homes and townhouses. Roughly 95% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and the remainder are rented. This part of Markham is particularly good for those looking for four or more bedroom homes.
There are no high schools and no primary schools in Devil's Elbow. Furthermore, it can be very hard to access daycares as a pedestrian. Concerning food, it is very rarely practical for property owners in Devil's Elbow to do groceries by walking. There are a few opportunities for those who appreciate nearby restaurants and cafes.