The Unionville neighbourhood lies in Markham, Ontario, Canada, 33 km (20.5 mi) northeast of Downtown Toronto and 4 km (2.4 mi) east of Richmond Hill. Unionville has no definite boundaries since it is unincorporated. Unionville’s southern boundary is Highway 407 ETR. Unionville is a tree-lined town with a historic center, and it contains the 33-hectare Toogood Pond Park.
A relatively new road, Rodick Road, was designated as the western boundary of the Unionville Ratepayers Association. The new Kennedy runs 300 meters (330 yds) to the east of Unionville, while Main Stree runs through Unionville. Unionville lies north and southeast of the Rouge River. There is a highway (Highway 404) to the west, and the nearest interchange with Highway 407 is on Kennedy Road, 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south.
Unionville neighbourhoods include Olde Unionville, Unionville Village, Angus Glen, and South Unionville. The nearest communities are Richmond Hill to the west, Stouffville to the north, Markham (Village) to the east, and Milliken to the south.
Tourists and locals alike are drawn to the compact downtown area because of its houses dating back to the 1840s. There is an eclectic mix of dining options on Main Street, including the 19th-century Planing Mill with its cozy eateries and artisan stores, while Highway 7 is lined with big-brand shopping centres.
Transportation that serves the neighbourhood includes York Region Transit, GO Train/Bus and Toronto Transit Commission.
Unionville Coordinates: 43°58′00″N 79°15′00″W