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Unionville is only 33 kilometres northeast of downtown Toronto, making it a sought-after destination for families and individuals who want to enjoy both the city and suburban life.

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Unionville is really a village within a larger city, and is one of the highly desirable places to live in the GTA.



Unionville is widely recognized as being a stand-in for a fictional Connecticut town Stars Hollow during the first season of the Gilmore Girls television show. It is not uncommon to drive down movie and commercial sets and covering large sections of the street. Notable people include Hayden Christensen (Actor), Steven Stamkos (Hockey Player) and Joe Bowen (Broadcaster).

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12 Foxmeadow Ln, Unionville

Unionville has remained one of the more affluent communities to live in. Individuals look to the neighbourhoods of Cachet and Angus Glen and also the many areas that surround the Historic main street for a place to live. These places offer the best access to many of the top amenities and provincially top ranked schools. Homes vary from high end condos to luxury townhomes to estate homes on large lots.

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Each day there are 36 departures to Union Station from the Unionville GO Station. The GO bus offers 19 departures while the GO train offers 17. Providing more than just routes to Union Station, the Unionville GO station offers connections to YRT, VIVA and other GO buses to take you where you need to go within York Region.


Unionville real estate has been in demand since the area experienced major housing development in the 1960’s. Unionville contains many of the City of Markham’s largest and most prestigious homes. Keep in mind when considering Unionville homes for sale that the starting price for detached homes is typically above the average home price.


Photos Of Unionville, Ontario


Unionville, Ontario, a historically rich and visually stunning community. In 1794, the Hardy families emigrated from Germany and Pennsylvania, led by William Berczy. They began working the fertile, untouched farmland several miles north of “Muddy York”, the prime ancestor of modern Toronto. The areas rich soil was well fed by a network of creeks and streams, part of today’s extensive Rouge River system. By 1840, the community had moved southward …

to a more protected part of the Rouge and the founding of Union Mills prompted the development of the modern settlement we know today.


Unionville is widely recognized as being a stand-in for a fictional Connecticut town Stars Hollow during the first season of the Gilmore Girls television show. It is not uncommon to drive down movie and commercial sets and covering large sections of the street. Notable people such as Hayden Christensen (Actor), Steven Stamkos (Hockey Player), Joe Bowen (Broadcaster) and James Duthie (Sports Analyst) are just a few people who called Unionville home.

Every year during the first weekend of June the community of Unionville holds their annual festival. The main street is closed for the 2 day event while guests shop from the many street merchants and dine at the many restaurants. There is everything from a festival parade to FunZones for the kids to outdoor music for everyone to enjoy. At the end of each day fireworks light up the sky over Toogood Pond. Each year the festival brings over 35,000 visitors to this amazing community.

The merchants of Main Street Unionville offer an amazing array of merchandise in their shops – from distinctive fashion and accessories to fine home decor, luscious sweets and more. It is the go-to destination in York Region for spa, beauty and wellness treatments.

Located in the heart of Unionville is The Varley Art Gallery. The gallery opened its doors in 1997 with a founding collection donated by Kathleen Gormley McKay, the gallery is named after Frederick Horsman Varley, an original member of Canada’s famed Group of Seven. The Varley Art Gallery is a vital cultural hub for artists and diverse communities creating critical conversations about Canadian art and society. The gallery also offers programs for individuals to attend. These programs are designed to complement and enhance the Ontario Curriculum for Visual Arts, Language Arts, Social Studies and Geography, stimulating individuals to observe, interpret, describe, connect and create.


Unionville is serviced by the Unionville GO Transit Station at 155 YMCA Boulevard, North of Hwy 407 along Kennedy Rd. GO Buses travel from Unionville to Toronto and back when trains are not running. The Unionville GO Station connects to York Region Transit which operates buses along the main streets in Unionville.


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

First Markham Place

First Markham Place, Highway 7, Markham, ON, Canada

TRAPPED Escape Room Toronto Markham

TRAPPED Escape Room Toronto Markham, Highway 7, Markham, ON, Canada

T&T Supermarket

T&T Supermarket, Woodbine Avenue, Markham, ON, Canada

King Square Shopping Centre

King Square Shopping Centre, Markland Street, Markham, ON, Canada

The Village Grocer

The Village Grocer, 16th Avenue, Markham, ON, Canada

Cresthaven Golf Course

7892 McCowan Rd, Markham, ON, Canada

The Varley Art Gallery

216 Main St Unionville, Unionville, ON, Canada

The Unionville Public Library

15 Library Ln, Unionville, ON, Canada

The Markville Shopping Centre

5000 Hwy 7 E, Markham, ON, Canada

Stiver Mill Farmers’ Market

9 Station Ln, Unionville, Markham, ON, Canada

Starks Barber Company

177 Main St Unionville, Unionville, ON, Canada

Mariani’s Custom Clothier

190 Main St Unionville, Unionville, ON, Canada

First Markham Place

3255 Hwy 7 E, Unionville, ON, Canada

Cigar Bodega

205 Main St Unionville, Unionville, ON, Canada

Angus Glen Library

3990 Major Mackenzie Dr E, Markham, ON, Canada


There are no post-secondary institutions in Unionville, although the City of Markham has a satellite campus of Seneca College. York University will have a new state-of-the-art campus coming to Markham’s Centre which will be located close to York Region Transit and Viva Transit.

Schools operate under two Unionville school districts: York District School Board and York Catholic District School Board. To search a school simply enter the address in the field below.


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