Maple Community


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66 Whitefaulds Rd

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$1.1M For Sale

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200 Kelso Cres

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$1.1M For Sale

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  • Maple (Vaughan) Realtor Alan Zheng!

Alan Zheng

Alan Zheng PhoneRoyal LePage Peaceland Realty
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Maple

Maple is the home of the Canadian largest amusement park, Wonderland. The park has over 200 attractions and 17 roller coasters. With the rapid development of the Vaughan, Maple draws many young families to settle down here with its convenient amenities.

Community Overview

The Community of Maple runs from Jane and Highway 400 on the west to Rutherford Road in the south, the Go Railway Barrier line on the east, and Teston Road on the north. Bounding highway 400 and having two GO stations, Maple offers its residents convenient transportation to transit to downtown Toronto.

1. Housing:

Maple Vaughan is mixed with real estate developed from the early 1960 to the most recent years. Predominant homes are detached houses constructed after 1980. The West part of the Community is newer, with many houses built after 2000. Old Maple Area, located west of Keele street and south of Major Mackenzie Drive, concentrates on many detached bungalows built around 1960. These bungalows sitting on a generous lot with a vast front are often suitable for rebuilding. Townhouses, semi-detached houses, and condo apartments are typical throughout the Community.

From MLS listings, in the past 90 days, Maple Vaughan sold 48 detached houses on average of $1,452,725; 22 Attached town home, Semi-detached and Link houses on average of $1,066,273; 3 Town homes on average of $937,333; 20 condos on average of $688,745.

2. Demographic:

Italian represents the largest demographic group in this Community, over 30%. It has a higher than average of immigrants from East India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Portugal and Macedonia living close to Jane street and Teston road. The descendants of early European immigrants were spread in several neighbourhoods within the Community. Chinese, Vietnamese and Filipino are other visible minorities living in Maple.

3. Transportation:

Barrier Go Train line offers two train stations on the Community's east border. Rutherford Go station near Rutherford and Westburne Drive and Maple station close to Major Mackenzie and McNaughton road allow residents to journey directly to downtown Toronto in about 30 minutes. Further south of Jane Street is Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, where residents can take a subway to downtown Toronto at Vaughan Subway station. Maple community is at the border of Highway 400, which allows a speedy trip to highway 401 by car.

4. Recreation:

Many indoor and outdoor amenities are presented for residents. Community parks, such as Mackenzie Glen District Park, Melville Park, West Maple Creek Park, Frank Robson Park and Routley Park, offer outdoor soccer fields, baseball diamonds, basketball courts, beautiful walking trails, kids' playgrounds, and more. Eagle's Nest Golf Clubs features attractive golf fields beside Maple Natural Reserve Trail. Residents can also have indoor sports in Maple Community Centre, which possesses a fitness centre, swimming pool, and bowling alley. Maple's landmark Canada Wonderland offers unmatched entertainment for both locals and visitors. Residents can purchase a season pass to get unlimited access each year.

5. Shopping:

At the junction of Jane Street and Major Mackenzie Drive, Mackenzie Glen Square is a large shopping plaza anchored by several well-respected tenants, including Longo, McDonald and Scotia Bank. South of the Mackenzie Glen Square, shoppers can also find Fortinos supermarket, Tim Hortons, RBC banks and many other shops. Adjacent to the plaza on the west side of Jane Street stands Vaughan Tier One regional hospital, Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital. Moreover, near Maple Go Station is a home improvement shopping centre anchored by Walmart Supercenter, Lowe's, and Marshalls department stores. Maple residents are so blessed that Vaughan Mills Mall, one of the largest outlet malls in Canada, is just at the west gate of the Community. Over two hundred retail stores, restaurants and entertainment outlets offer unrivalled shopping experiences for visitors.

6. Schools:

Maple has several top elementary schools. Michael Cranny elementary school, Mackenzie Glen Public School, and Joseph A. Gibson Public School are the leading 5% elementary schools in Ontario ranked by Fraser Institution. Established in 2002, Maple High School is located southwest of the Community. The school now ranks top 100 among Ontario's 700 schools. In 2017, Maple High School, Alexander Mackenzie and G.W. Williams SS, and Miliken Mills HS joined Bayview SS as the board's IB Diploma Program schools.

Many young families chose to live in Maple because of its convenient public transportation, proximity to large shopping centres, top-tier school zone and more affordable housing prices compared with neighbouring communities. If you plan to move to Maple or you want to learn more about real estate investment opportunities in Vaughan, please contact Vaughan realtor agent Alan Zheng.