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The Town of Richmond Hill is one of the most multicultural communities, not only in York Region, but also in all of Ontario. Its fast-paced growth has transformed rolling hills and farm land to highly desired residential homes that appeal to both first-time buyers and the most affluent residents. Richmond Hill's close proximity to Toronto and major highways have made it one of the top destinations outside of Toronto. View all Richmond Hill, ON real estate listings below or continue reading about Richmond Hill homes for sale and the community amenities.
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Stretching from Hwy 404 (East), Bathurst St. (West) and Hwy 7 (south) Bloomington Rd (North), the Richmond Hill real estate market boasts a number of different property types. However, the homes for sale in Richmond Hill vary depending on which part of town you're in. At the southern end of the city, you'll find urban chic residential homes in higher density subdivisions, while the northern section is known more for its mix of agriculture, forest, and spacious homes on larger properties.
A common style of single-family home in Richmond Hill is the traditional, two-storey, red-brick house with an attached garage surrounded by a lush lawn and comfortable back yard. These homes are ideal for families, although there are also cozier one-storey houses in many areas of Richmond Hill that are more affordable, while remaining family friendly. Furthermore, you'll find a healthy mix of single-family homes, duplexes, and beautiful row houses in southern neighbourhoods such as Langstaff and South Richvale. Meanwhile, development in North Richvale is booming, with smaller bungalows being replaced with much larger houses. In fact, MoneySense ranked North Richvale as the top neighbourhood to buy in the York Region.
Richmond Hill also include a smaller selection on modern condos that are ideal for first-time buyers and young singles or couples. Like many newer high rises, these buildings offer high-end amenities such as pools, fitness centres, and upscale party rooms.
The luxury real estate scene in Richmond Hill consists of extremely elegant estates in both contemporary and traditional styles, not to mention the stunning heritage homes. These homes have also been built on several acres of land and have the added privacy of being surrounded by many tall trees, although the majority of Richmond Hill homes for sale are extremely close to greenway belts, parks, and other lovely green spaces. With the wide variety of residential options combined with a diverse culture, great schools, and employment opportunities, the town of Richmond Hill is an ideal place to find your dream home!
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Richmond Hill Amenities
Establish in the late 1870s, Richmond Hill has around 200,000 residents and boasts excellent schools, shopping, recreational, and community amenities. The population is considered both diverse and affluent, as the most recent census showed that 60 percent of residents are visible minorities and nearly one third of the households reported six-figure incomes.
Almost every part of Richmond Hill has a great park for all demographics to enjoy. The Richmond Green Sports Centra and Park not only includes both outdoor and indoor soccer fields, along with a other sports facilities, well-maintained walkways, an amphitheatre, and a scenic pond that's complemented by a cascading waterfall. There's also the Richmond Hill Golf Club and over 150 other parks with a variety of walking and cycling trails. There's also over 500 acres of undeveloped land that is ideal for recreational activities.
Most of the shopping facilities in Richmond Hill are on or near Yonge Street and thee downtown core is quickly being revived with vibrant businesses and delectable restaurants to complement the historic buildings. Many of the dining options include Asian and Indian cuisine due to the range of ethnic backgrounds of the residents, although you'll also find Mexican and Italian restaurants, along with pub-style food.
If you're looking to commute to and from Richmond Hill, it's very easy to do thanks to Highway 404 and 407. The public transit system in Richmond Hill is also very strong.
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