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REAL ESTATE & LIFESTYLE IN STOUFFVILLE

Stouffville

LOOKING FOR A COMMUNITY WITH A SMALL TOWN FEEL? STOUFFVILLE MIGHT BE FOR YOU.

Located on the environmentally sensitive Oak Ridges Moraine, Stouffville is located just North of Markham and West of Claremont and Uxbridge.

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WHAT MAKES STOUFFVILLE DIFFERENT?

Stouffville, conveniently located 10 minutes North of Markham is a great location for both first-time home buyers, and established families.

Population:

49,864

Stouffville

Whitchurch-Stouffville is a lively, fast-growing town, that has maintained the small town atmosphere valued by residents and businesses. The population increased 8.8% between 2016 and 2021. In the years to come Whitchurch-Stouffville is forecast to continue steady growth towards 60,600 people by 2031.

Average Property Price:

$1,424,675

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Provincial policies and Regional planning have kept growth in town to a minimum. For many, Whitchurch-Stouffville is the playground for corporations and densely packed neighbourhoods - a respite from the congestion of multi-lane highways and shopping centres.

Kilometers From Downtown Toronto

50

Stouffville

Stouffville is not shy about having major companies set up their headquarters. Teva Canada, Parkview Services for Seniors, Strategic Information Technology, K-Line Group, Ontario SPCA, King Cole Ducks and Stock Transportation Ltd.

REAL ESTATE

Stouffville is a mainly residential community comprised of townhouses, detached homes, semi-detached homes, and condos. You’ll find that Stouffville real estate is much more affordable than properties in the Toronto area.

Photos Of Stouffville, Ontario

ABOUT STOUFFVILLE

Abraham Stouffer founded the then hamlet of Stoufferville in 1804. By 1832, the community’s name was changed to Stouffville when the first post office came to town. It began to grow into a bustling village with its first hotel – the Mansion House Hotel – a lumber mill (where Schell Lumber now stands), a barbershop, a coal yard and seed businesses all located on its historic Main Street. Today, Stouffville’s …

population is 45,837, a stark contrast to the 600 inhabitants on the eve of confederation in 1866.

 

Stouffville is located just North of Markham and West of Claremont and Uxbridge. You may recognize many of the smaller communities within Stouffville including Vandorf, Ballantrae, Gormley, Preston Lake, Cedar Valley, Bloomington, Lemonville, Bethesda and Musselman Lake. Stouffville itself is situated amongst the environmentally sensitive Oak Ridges Moraine. In fact, the Oak Ridges Moraine covers approximately 80% of the total area of Stouffville.

Within Stouffville lies the York Regional Forest which covers an area of 5,000 acres. Inside the forest is the Hollidge Tract, located just East of Hwy 48. The tract contains a one kilometre, accessible trail that winds through natural habitats including red pine, mixed wood and hardwood forests, as well as a wetland area.

Running through the heart of Stouffville is its main street. What was once a meeting place for local farmers is now a place for high-end shops and restaurants. You’ll find a variety of restaurants including Fishbone Bistro, Red Bulb Espresso Bar, Corner House on Main, The Smokery Kitchen & Bar, Pastaggio Italian Eatery, Fickle Pickle Restaurant and Deli and Stakeout Dining. New commercial development continues to be done within the community. The recently added Longo’s Grocery Store, Goodlife Fitness centre and Starbucks are changing this small community into a place on the move. Downtown Stouffville has become a central meeting place for local residents to enjoy farmers’ markets, music festivals and free movie nights.

Stouffville is not shy about having major companies set up their headquarters. Teva Canada, Parkview Services for Seniors, Strategic Information Technology, K-Line Group, Ontario SPCA, King Cole Ducks and Stock Transportation Ltd.

In 1984 the Stouffville Strawberry Festival made its debut when it was teamed up with the town’s Canada Day Celebrations and annual baseball tournament. Today it has grown into the second largest attraction in York Region with over 30,000 people visiting the Strawberry Festival each year. The Festival Market at the Strawberry Festival features over 200 crafters, food vendors and small businesses setting up shop in and around Memorial Park, Park Drive and Burkholder St. The streets will be closed to traffic allowing festival-goers to stroll the streets and browse the market while soaking up the festival atmosphere!

TRANSIT

York Region Transit operates buses for local travel within Stouffville. You can also take a train or bus from the either the Stouffville GO Station or Lincolnville GO Station if you’re heading south into Toronto.

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EXPLORE STOUFFVILLE

Search for Stouffville shops, restaurants, parks, entertainment, places of worship and more on this interactive map.

The Latcham Gallery

Latcham Art Centre, Park Drive, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Willow Springs Winery

Willow Springs Winery, Bethesda Road, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Gallucci Winery

Gallucci Winery, Ninth Line, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Applewood Winery

Applewood Farm & Winery, McCowan Road, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Timber Creek Mini Golf & Driving Range

Timber Creek Golf, Ninth Line, Stouffville, ON, Canada

Burd’s Family Fishing

Burd's Family Fishing, Ontario 48, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Nineteen on the Park

19 Civic Ave, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Lebovic Centre for Arts and Entertainment

19 Civic Ave, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum

14732 Woodbine Avenue, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Stouffville Public Library

175 Mostar St, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON, Canada

Markville Shopping Centre

5000 Hwy 7, Markham, ON, Canada

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