Toronto West End Neighbourhoods


Alderwood is a well established family oriented neighbourhoodIt is bordered on the west by the Etobicoke Creek Valley and to the east by light industry. Easily accessible to major Highways, Sherway Gardens Mall, and the Lake. 

Baby Point

The historic stone gates at the corner of Jane Street and Baby Point Road mark the entrance to this exclusive west end neighbourhood. Baby Point is situated on a peninsula of land over looking the Humber River. It is surrounded by ravine and parkland and is one of the prettiest settings in Toronto. It even has its own private tennis club. 

Bloor West Village

Bloor West Village is a shopping district in Toronto. It is a popular neighbourhood for families. It has many excellent schools, accessible to Bloor Street Subway Line, and is within walking distance of High Park – Toronto’s biggest and best known park. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* Chapters
* Falafel World

Edenbridge/Humber Valley

This neighbourhood is the wealthiest part of Etobicoke. Its distinctive rolling topography, curvilinear streets and abundance of mature trees are a byproduct of the Humber River Valley Ravine which forms the eastern boundary of this neighbourhood. Great services and shopping are offered at Humbertown Shopping Centre. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* located in Humbertown Shopping Centre

Eringate/Centennial Park

The Centennial Park neighbourhood is located at the western edge of the City of Toronto. It offers a lot of fine recreational facilities including the Etobicoke Olympium, Ski Hill/Toboggan Hill, runners track and golf course. In close proximity to Pearson International Airport.

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* Centennial Park Driving Range 

High Park

The High Park neighbourhood is situated on the North and East sides of High Park itself. Those who live there are priveledged to enjoy 399 acres of park land and the convenience of both Roncesvalles and Bloor West Shopping. Public transit is also highly accessible making this neighbourhood one of the most walkable in all of the GTA.

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* High Park Zoo

Islington Village

Islington Village has a mix of single family homes in the western area with numerous apartment towers now along Bloor Street. The area north of the Bloor-Dundas intersection is also known as “Six Points”. The Six Points area is a mix of single family bungalows and commercial storefronts along the main streets. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:

* Multitude of Murals


“The Junction” appeals to  young families, artists and urban professionals. It has a strong sense of pride and history, a beautiful main street shopping district on Dundas Street West, cherished local schools, parks and library, and a diverse population that runs the gamut from gentrification to an edgy urban grittiness. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* Curry Twist


This is a well established wealthy neighbourhood. You will find Tudor and English-style homes in this area that were built in the early 19th Century by developer Robert Home Smith. He had specific high standards, and these Smith Homes are being renovated and preserved today. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:

* Old Mill Inn and Spa 
* Creme de la Creme 

Long Branch

Long Branch is located at the southwest edge of Toronto, a gateway community stretching along the beautiful waterfront. The “Village” is equipped with many fine attributes; there are many recreational and sport facilities in the area. In addition to many small and large parks, residents also enjoy traveling the Waterfront Trail.

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
*Marie Curtis Park

Markland Wood

Markland Wood is a quiet, residential neighbourhood located in Etobicoke (west Toronto) bounded by Etobicoke Creek to the west, Elmcrest (Renforth) Creek to the east and surrounded by the Markland Wood Country Club. Very family oriented neighbouhood with a loyal following.


Mimico is the gateway to Toronto’s west-end waterfront neighbourhoods. This established community is well known for it’s scenic lakefront parks and excellent recreational facilities. Mimico is within a short commute of downtown Toronto and features its own Go Transit train station located on Royal York Road.

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* Sanremo Bakery

New Toronto

Located along Toronto’s western beaches.
Some of the selling features of this neighbourhood are the bicycle trail, convenience to TTC and Go Transit service, affordable homes and quick access to downtown Toronto via Lake Shore Boulevard. The new Humber College Campus has brought fresh vitality to this neighbourhood. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:

Princess Anne Manor/Princess Gardens

Princess Anne Manor and Princess Gardens are virtually one neighbourhood. However east of Kipling Avenue has always been referred to as “The Manor” while west of Kipling Avenue is known as Princess Gardens.This is a quiet family oriented community that is the epitome of suburban living. Here you will find wide open spaces, tall stands of mature trees, spacious houses, excellent schools, an abundance of parks, nearby golf courses and neighbourhood shopping plazas.

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* IGA at Thorncrest Plaza


Roncesvalles is known for its European ambience and small-town feel.This neighbourhood is popular with young families who appreciate the convenience of the location just west of downtown.The close proximity to High Park, Toronto waterfront bicycle and walking trails, easy access to public transit, and the Roncesvalles shops and restaurants are also popular drawing cards. 

LePage&Stewart Area Favourites:
* Revue Cinema

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