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Multi Family Homes For Sale in Bullock, Markham

Multi Family Homes For Sale in Bullock, Markham

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The neighbourhood of Bullock is part of the city of Markham, Ontario, which is situated in the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area.


Bullock affords homeowners several alternative means of transportation. The public transit system in this part of Markham is good as a consequence of 3 rapid transit stations (Hwy 7 / McCowan, Highway 7 / Galsworthy and Highway 7 / Galsworthy Dr) with access to the purple | VIVA PURPLE, and a few nearby bus lines. Bullock is also a fairly pleasant part of Markham for pedestrians; most daily needs are convenient to carry out by walking. Bicycling is challenging in this neighbourhood since the cycling infrastructure is not very comprehensive, and bicycling is rendered arduous by the often steep area.


Parents and their schoolchildren will value the proximity to daycares and schools, which are within walking distance from the majority of houses for sale in Bullock. Regarding food, it is generally possible for property owners in Bullock to do their grocery shopping on foot. Additionally, those who like to eat in restaurants will have a good number of opportunities, and house buyers benefit from a few cafes as well.


The character of Bullock is exemplified by its relaxed environment. This part of Markham is quiet overall, as there isn't a lot of street noise or city clamour - however some parts can be quite noisy, especially around the railway line or Highway 407. Finally, there are a few public green spaces close by for residents to visit, making it very easy to get to them.


Single detached homes are the predominant housing type, representing roughly 55% of buildings in Bullock, while the remainder are mainly large apartment buildings and townhouses. This neighbourhood has a good variety of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly 70% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home while the remainder are renters. This neighbourhood experienced its largest construction boom in the 1960s and 1970s, so most of the available housing stock is from this time period.