Thornhill

Submitted by Jasmina on Thu, 2009-01-08 00:17.

Home for Rent #021 Brand new, never lived in family home with 3 large bedrooms plus loft, second floor laundry and the kitchen that will bring a smile to your face. From the stainless steel appliances to the beautiful breakfast bar, it's a room where your family will love to gather. Many upgrades!

Next to 50-acre Lebovic Community Campus in Vaughan

Located above Hwy’s 7 and 407, between Yonge Street and Hwy 400, a short drive from Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre and Canada’s Wonderland to the west, and Richmond Hill’s Hillcrest Mall, shopping centres and box stores to the east. This Thornhill community has an ideal combination of fresh air and amenities, boasting big city convenience and wide open spaces.

Submitted by Jasmina on Wed, 2008-09-17 20:19.
2008-09-20 09:00
2008-09-20 16:30

32nd Annual Festival

Every third Saturday in September Historic Thornhill closes Yonge Street in Thornhill and community gets together to celebrate Thornhill’s history with over 150 craft booths, food vendors, demonstrators, and community group displays. Prepare yourself for two art shows, dog show, wagon rides, petting zoo, parade and more.

The Thornhill Festival Parade

filled with a variety of music bands, entertainment and community groups, begins at noon at Centre and Oakbank Road and makes its way south on Yonge Street to Arnold Avenue and Elgin Street. Yonge is closed to regular traffic for the Parade.


Submitted by Jasmina on Sat, 2007-10-27 18:13.

Historic Thornhill - Thornhill Village Library As the first in a long line of suburbs stretching north of Toronto, Thornhill benefits from being close to major traffic arteries like Highway 401 to the south and Highway 407 to the north. The Don Valley Parkway can be reached easily and the heart of the North York City Centre is located just to the south at Yonge and Sheppard.

Not to be lost in the sprawling Greater Toronto Area, one gets the feeling that Thornhill views itself as a separate entity, with a rich history, a sense of community and a bright future.


Submitted by Jasmina on Tue, 2006-12-19 17:33.

Royal LePage Historical Database - Average House Price in Thornhill:

7 Types of Housing Price Oct 2006 Est. Taxes Est. Rental Price Jul 2006 Price Oct 2005 Chg. 1 Year
Detached Bungalow 500,000 4,000 1,700 500,000 450,000 11.1
Executive Detached Two-Storey 525,000 4,500 1,800 525,000 460,000 14.1
Luxury Condominium Apartment 295,000 3,800 1,750 295,000 285,000 3.5
Senior Executive 580,000 4,800 2,400 580,000 550,000 5.5
Standard Condominium Apartment 260,000 2,500 1,600 260,000 240,000 8.3
Standard Townhouse 235,000 2,600 1,400 235,000 225,000 4.4
Standard Two-Storey 400,000 3,200 1,600 400,000 350,000 14.3


Submitted by Jasmina on Sun, 2006-10-22 23:09.

TORONTO, October 18, 2006 -- In the first half of October, Toronto Area housing activity kept pace with mid-October results from a year ago, Toronto Real Estate Board President Dorothy Mason announced today.

"There were 3,007 sales reported to mid-month, essentially on par with the 3,012 sales reported during the same period in 2005," Mrs. Mason said. "Adding to this strong result is the fact that transactions are up three per cent from the 2,913 recorded during the first part of September which is a good sign for the stability of the autumn market."

Jason Mercer, CMHC's Senior Market Analyst for the GTA, said, "Steady demand for resale homes has kept average prices rising above inflation, albeit at a lower annual rate, as buyers have benefited from increased choice in the marketplace."


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