Located just north of Markham Village and west of Cornell, Greensborough offers something for everyone.
Outdoor Living? At one time, Greensborough was known as one of the largest agricultural areas in northern Markham. Today, it is home to one of largest neighbourhood lakes around, Swan Lake Park. Equipped with trails and wildlife, this a great place to take the kids for a walk on a cool, spring day. In addition to Swan Lake, there are also playgrounds, soccer fields, and bike paths.
Shopping? Then, head to Greensborough Village Circle. Shaped in a half circle, here you will find a local dentist, physical therapist, walk-in clinic, convenient store, learning centre, and best of all Caldense Bakery, where you can sit and enjoy breakfast and lunch…or just take a loaf and pastries to go.
Great Schools? Opened officially in 2004, Greensborough Public School continues to perform above the provincial standard on school rankings. In addition to it’s strong academics, Greensborough P.S. with O.P.H.E.A (Ontario Physical and Heath Education Association), participates in the living school project, a community-driven program that focuses on being healthy through active living and nutrition.
Looking for a Catholic School? Then, check out Greensborough’s own St. Julia Billart Catholic School , an outstanding and high achieving school within the region.
Want more? For commuters in Greensborough, there’s the Mount Joy GO train station, which takes commuters to and from Toronto. And for parents staying local, there's the indoor playground known as Kids On The Loose! A fun-filled year round play area for kids 1-11, which even has a little café inside for visiting parents.
So, great schools, parks, a lake, commuting options, local businesses and safe, attractive streets and homes….all the reasons why Greensborough has something for everyone! Research homes for sale in Greensborough here.