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Edenbridge-Humber Valley is nestled among the tree-lined streets of Toronto’s westend, located just north of The Kingsway. The defining element of this is it’s extensive parks system. Not only are there five golf courses within one kilometre of its borders, but it is home to huge networks of green space surrounding the Humber River. The area claims host to one of the world's most prestigious and naturally beautiful golf courses, Stanley Thompson-designed St. Georges G&CC. This prestigious community boasts stunning homes surrounding the golf course as well as overlooking the bountiful green spaces of the Humber River. There are several neighbourhoods within - Chestnut Park, Thorncrest Village, North Drive, and Lincoln Woods to name a few - that have become their own communities. This neighbourhood is the wealthiest part of Etobicoke and considered at par with the exclusive neighbourhoods that developed along Avenue Rd, and Young St, between Bloor and Hyw 401. This neighbourhood is just a short walk or bus ride down to Bloor Street’s shops, restaurants, and subway station with a convenient drive to the airport, major highways, and downtown Toronto. Peppered with highly rated schools, demonstrated by the popular lottery system for school acceptance of those living outside its boundaries, Enbridge-Humber Valley is truly an enviable enclave.


K 8: Humber Valley Village JMS

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: Richview Collegiate Institute, Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Etobicoke School of the Arts, Bishop Allen Academy (Catholic)

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