About Edenbridge Humber-Valley
The Jewel of Etobicoke. This family community sits just north of The Kingsway and is one of the hottest neighbourhoods amongst affluent families looking to be close to the city of Toronto while still enjoying the privacy and luxury of larger lots in a mature settings. You will find some of the most inspiring and exclusive homes throughout this neighborhood. The area was originally developed by Robert Smith (who also developed much of The Kingsway early on). He had envisioned a community that mirrored The Kingsway and development of this community really took off in the 1930's-1960's. This 30-year span produced many different styles of houses as fashions changed, leading to a very different styles of development. Many of the the designs include: Georgian, Colonial, Tudor, English Cottage, Cape Cod, ranch bungalows, split-level, contemporary and modernist.
The defining element of this community is the parks system. Not only are there five golf courses within one kilometre of every side of the borders, but huge networks of green space surround the Humber River. James Gardens (named after Fredrick James) is arguably the most notable park in this community. It is a botanical garden where in the summertime you will find people enjoying the various gardens. This is also a popular place for wedding photos. If you like Golf and Country Club life then you're in a hot spot to catch a round. St Georges Golf and Country Club which is perhaps one of Canada most prestigious clubs is here. You can also find Weston Golf & Country Club, Lambton Golf & Country Club & Islington Golf Club close by. Schools are great in this West End Neighbourhood and there also some great private schools as well.
- Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School - Elementary & Intermediate
- Westmount Junior School - Elementary
- Hilltop Middle School - Intermediate
- Richview CI - Secondary
- Kingsley Private School
- Kingsway College School
Bus Routes connect riders to Islington, Bloor and Royal York subway stations. .
Walk Score 45 - Most errands are going to be done in a car
Bus Score 44 - Good Transit
Bike Score 40 - Somewhat Bikeable
Commute to Downtown Toronto
Car - 35mins
Bus - 47min
Bike - 52mins
Walk - 60+mins
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