- toronto real estate board overview
- located in sector: W08
- average 2012 sale prices
- all homes: $508,764
- detached houses: $774,563
- semi-detached houses: N/A
- townhomes: $370,398
- apartments: $322,780
- neighbourhood map: see map
Nestled between two golf clubs—St. George’s in the northwest and Lambton just across the Humber River—this is a country club–like area, with large lots, spacious homes and tree-lined streets, many of them still without sidewalks. The prices match the surroundings. The houses on Edenbridge Drive, which skirts the Humber River parklands, average around $2.5 to $3 million, though some ravine-lot mansions can climb as high as $7 million. Thanks to half-acre yards and nearby James Gardens and Lambton Woods, many of the leafy streets are decked out in deer crossing signs. The region’s many affluent families love the area for its shops (Humbertown Shopping Centre), one-stop schooling (junior kindergarten to Grade 8 at Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School) and tranquility.
- LIBRARY AND SCHOOLS
- SCHOOLS (PUBLIC)
- Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School
65 Hartfield Road, 394-7860
- SCHOOLS (PRIVATE)
- Kingsway College School
4600 Dundas Street West, 234-5073
- Mindwerx4kids Learning Centre
76 Anglesey Boulevard, 803-5509
- Leonardo Da Vinci Academy of Arts and Sciences
100 Allanhurst Drive, 247-6137
- neighbourhood hot spots
Watches and baubles so dear you need an appointment. Humbertown Shopping Centre, 270 The Kingsway, 416-234-1600.
With a riverside location and spring-fed pools, these well-kept gardens are a wedding photographer’s dream. Edenbridge Dr., east of Royal York Rd., 416-392-8188.
St. George’s Golf and Country Club
With a long history, limited membership and a venerable top-three rating, St. George’s maintains old-school class and exclusivity. 1668 Islington Ave., 416-231-3393.