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Etobicoke homes is my primary focus, as I live in Etobicoke and I'm best choice realtor for Etobicoke real estate.

I have passion helping customers who are interested in best real estate agent in Toronto, Etobicoke, Mississauga, Oakville and North York. INFORMATION ABOUT COMMUNITIES IN TORONTO Etobicoke Etobicoke homes is my primary focus, as I live in Etobicoke and I'm best choice realtor for Etobicoke real estate. Etobicoke is a community making up the western part of Toronto, Ontario. It is situated between Old Toronto and Mississaga.It became a part of the City of Toronto in 1998 and is now divided into three larger areas known as The Lakeshore, Central Etobicoke, and North Etobicoke. Etobicoke is a home to Ukrainian Bloor West Village festival and Polish Festival in Roncevalles, Parade of Santas, musical festivals and so much more. High Park is one of largest and prettiest parks in Toronto GTA. Etobicoke features beatuful Beaches and Parks near Lake Ontario, many trails, sport facilities. Etobicoke has many great schools, colleges end other Educational Facilities. Due to it's great location Etobicoke has easy access to any point of GTA.
Etobicoke is among the most dog friendly Neighbourhoods Swansee and Bloor West are the winners, if you are looking to spoil your dog.

The Lakeshore

This area spans along the north shore of Lake Ontario and is comprised of three of the first municipalities in Etobicoke; Mimico, New Toronto and Long Branch, as well as Alderwood and Humber Bay.


Mimico

  • Primarily residential area with two commercial strips; Royal York Road and Lake Shore Boulevard West
  • Transportation: Buses connecting to Bloor-Danforth subway and Mimico GO Transit station
  • Schools: George R. Gauld Junior School, John English Junior Middle School, David Hornell Public School; also, Mimico Centennial Library
  • Recreation: Mimico Tennis Club, Mimico Cruising Club, Etobicoke Yacht Club, Humber Bay Sailing Centre, Humber Bay Park which has walking trails and picnic areas


New Toronto

  • Located in the south-west area of Toronto, along Lake Ontario
  • Residential streets run from Lake Ontario to Birmingham Street
  • Transportation: 501 Queen streetcar line connects to the downtown core, Mimico GO station nearby
  • Schools: Humber College, Lakeshore Collegiate Institute, Second/Seventh/Twentieth street Junior Schools, St. Teresa Catholic Elementary School
  • Recreation: Colonel Samuel Smith Park (with skating rink), Cliff Lumsden Park, Prince of Wales Park and Rotary Peace Park


Long Branch

  • South-west area of Toronto
  • Residential district; numerous businesses located in low-rise community strip
  • Transportation: 501 Queen & 508 Lake Shore TTC streetcars, Long Branch Loop-110 Islington South and 123 Shorncliffe TTC bus lines, Long Branch GO station
  • Schools: James S. Bell Junior Middle School, Vincent Massey Public School
  • Recreation: Shopping district, waterfront parks, arena, public library


Alderwood

  • Single family homes
  • Schools: Lanor Junior Middle School, Sir Adam Beck Junior School, Douglas Park Public School, St Ambrose Catholic Elementary School
  • Recreation: Alderwood Mall, Alderwood Public Library, Alderwood Public Pool, Alderwood Plaza, Alderwood Memorial Park, Connorvale Park


Humber Bay

  • Located between Ontario Place and Mimico Creek
  • Condominium towers
  • Recreation: South Humber Park, Humber Bay Park, Park Lawn Park, Humber Bay Public Library


Central Etobicoke

South of this area, on Dundas street is where the oldest communities in Etobicoke developed. This area centres around Islington, Richview, Humber Heights, Princess Gardens, Eringate, Eatonville, and Markland Wood.


Islington-City Centre West

  • Commercial and residential neighbourhood; one of Toronto’s four central business districts
  • Transportation: Highway 427, QEW within proximity; Kipling Station
  • Schools: Acacia International High school, Bloorlea MS
  • Recreation: Sherway Gardens, Montgomery’s Inn


Richview

  • Primarily residential neighbourhood with plazas located at street intersections
  • Willowridge and The Westway are two communities within Richview
  • Transportation: TTC connects to Kipling, Islington and Royal York subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth line
  • Schools: Many elementary and high schools, some of which include: All Saints Catholic School, Dixon Grove Junior Middle School, Central Etobicoke High School, Kipling Collegiate Institute
  • Recreation: Shopping centres (the Westway Centre), parks, churches


Humber Heights

  • Bounded by the west bank of the Humber river
  • Housing types vary from mansions to single homes
  • Transportation: Close proximity to Highway 401, buses connecting to Bloor and Yonge subway lines
  • Schools: Scarlett Heights Entrepreneurial Academy, St. Demetrius Elementary School, St. Demetrius Elementary School
  • Recreation: Weston Golf & Country Club, LaRose Park


Princess Gardens

  • Southeastern part of this neighbourhood is Thorncrest Village
  • Post-war developed residential area
  • Transportation: buses connecting to GO Transit line, Bloor/Danforth, and Yonge lines
  • Schools: St George's Junior School, Rosethorn Junior School, St Gregory Catholic Elementary School
  • Recreation: Thorncrest Plaza, St. George's Golf and Country Club, Princess Anne Park, Princess Margaret Park, Rosethorn Park, churches


Eringate

  • Encompasses the communities West-Deane Park and Centennial Park
  • Close proximity to Pearson Airport and Highway 427
  • Transportation: Bus service with connecting routes to Go Transit and TTC stations
  • Schools: Briarcrest Junior School, Hollycrest Middle School, Seneca School, Wellesworth Junior School
  • Recreation: Elmbrook Park Library, Eringate Mall, Centennial Park, Centennial Park Golf Centre, Eringate Park, Wellesworth Park, West Deane Park, churches


Eatonville

  • Etobicoke Civic Centre
  • High-rise condominiums and townhouses
  • Transportation: Bus service connects to Kipling station which serves TTC and Go Transit commuters
  • Schools: Broadacres Junior School, Bloorlea Middle School, Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute, Eatonville Junior School
  • Recreation: Eatonville Library, Cloverdale Mall, Bloordale Plaza, churches


Markland Wood

  • Primarily residential
  • Transportation: Bus service to Kipling TTC and Go Transit stations
  • Schools: Bloordale Middle School, Millwood Junior School, St. Clement Catholic School, Silverthorn Collegiate Institute
  • Recreation: Markland Wood Shopping Centre, Markland Wood Medical Centre, Markland Wood Golf Course, Millwood Park, Bloordale Park, Etobicoke Creek, churches


North Etobicoke

This area has many apartment buildings as well as a large industrial park to the west Clairville

  • Industrial/commercial community
  • Transportation: Motorists are within close proximity to highways
  • Schools: Claireville Junior School
  • Recreation: Skyway Industrial Park, Glendale Memorial Gardens, Westwood Arena


Rexdale

  • West Humber River Valley is to the north with an industrial corridor forming the southern boundary
  • Transportation: Motorists are within close proximity to several highways
  • Schools: Humber College, University of Guelph-Humber, North Albion Collegiate Institute, Thistletown Collegiate Institute, West Humber Collegiate Institute
  • Recreation: Woodbine Centre Shopping Mall, Woodbine Race Track, Rexdale Community Hub, Rexdale Public Library


Within Rexdale:
The Elms

  • Transportation: Bus lines on Islington Avenue and on Albion Road connect to the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Braeburn Junior School, The Elms Junior Middle School, Elmlea Junior School, St Stephen Catholic Elementary School
  • Recreation: Rexdale Mall, Northern Elms Public Library, The Elms Park, Rexlington Park, Summerlea Park


Smithfield

  • Large amount of affordable public housing
  • Etobicoke General Hospital
  • Transportation: Bus lines connect to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Humber College North Campus, North Kipling Junior Middle School, Albion Heights Junior Middle School, St. Dorothy’s Catholic School
  • Recreation: Albion Public Library, Albion Centre, Albion Community Centre, Smithfield Park, Highfield Park


Thistletown

  • Culturally diverse neighbourhood
  • Transportation: Bus service along Finch Avenue West and Albion Road connect to stations on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line; Islington Avenue bus provides a connecting route to the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Thistletown Collegiate Institute, Braeburn Junior School, Beaumonde Heights Junior Middle School, St Andrews Catholic Elementary School
  • Recreation: Albion West Plaza, Albion Gardens Park, Beaumonde Heights Park, Kipling Heights Park


Humberwood

  • Humber River flows against the neighbourhood’s northern edge
  • Transportation: Bus service connecting to Bloor-Danforth and Yonge-University subway lines
  • Schools: Holy Child Catholic School, Humberwood Downs Junior Middle Academy
  • Recreation: Humberwood Park, Humberwood Public Library


Other Neighbourhoods
Humber Valley Village

  • Upper middle-class family-oriented neighbourhood
  • Transportation: Bus service on Royal York Road and Islington Avenue connects to the Bloor-Danforth subway line. The Eglinton bus connects to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line
  • Schools: Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, Leonardo da Vinci Academy
  • Recreation: St.George's Golf and Country Club, James Gardens, Buttonwood, Central, Scarlett Mills and Humber Valley Parks, Humbertown Shopping Centre


The Kingsway

  • Affluent residential neighbourhood
  • Transportation: Walking distance to Royal York or Islington subway stations on Bloor Street
  • Schools: Kingsway College School, Lambton-Kingsway Junior Middle School, Bishop Allen Academy, Etobicoke Collegiate Institute
  • Recreation: Brentwood Public Library, Home Smith Park, Kings Mill Park, Kingsway Mills Shopping Centre, Kingsway Movie Theatre


The Queensway

  • Affordable west end neighbourhood
  • Transportation: Bus service on Royal York Road and Islington Avenue connects to the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Holy Angels, Norseman Junior Middle School, Queensway Christian School, George R Gauld Junior School
  • Recreation: South Humber Park, Queensway Park, Woodford Park


Sunnylea

  • Popular neighbourhood with young families
  • Country charm
  • Transportation: Bus lines on Prince Edward Drive, Royal York Road and Islington Avenue connect to the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Sunnylea Junior School
  • Recreation: Norseman and Park Lawn Community Schools, Sunnylea Park, Laura Hill Park, Spring Garden Park, Brentwood Public Library


Thorncrest Village

  • One of Toronto’s most exclusive neighbourhoods
  • Transportation: Bus service along Islington Avenue connects to the Bloor-Danforth subway line
  • Schools: Rosethorn Junior School
  • Recreation: Thorncrest clubhouse

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Last Updated On:07/11/2021
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