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Located just south of The Kingsway, this neighbourhood boasts great schools - Sunnylea JS, Parklawn JMS. With it’s lovely tree lined streets, Sunnylea is walking distance to The Kingsway town strip and Bloor Street shops. It’s also a convenient distance to the subway, only a 10 minute drive to downtown (no traffic of course) and a (good) bike ride down to the lake - a popular weekend afternoon destination for picnicking, ice cream or a walk along Lake Ontario. Mimico Creek, complete with walking trails, runs through this West Toronto neighbourhood, adding a touch of natural beauty to the Sunnylea real estate. With Sunnylea Park at the heart of the community, it attracts young professionals and families who want to live close to the city with more space for a more affordable price than their Kingsway neighbourhoods to the north. Similar to the Kingsway, you will find good-sized lots and ample parking with an established neighbourhood charm. Sunnylea is mostly comprised of freehold 1 and 2-story homes but does have some low-rise condo buildings. It is a family friendly neighbourhood where you will find

children playing together on the street, offering an old-fashioned neighbourhood feel.



K-5: Sunnylea Junior School, Etienne Brule Junior School

K-8: Norseman Junior Middle School, Parklawn Junior Middle School, Our Lady of Sorrows (Catholic)

1-8: Kingsway College School (Private)

2-8: Our Lady of Peace (Catholic & French Immersion)

5-8: St. Gregory (Catholic & Extended French

6-8: Karen Kain School of the Arts

9-12: Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Bishop Allen Academy (Catholic)

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