Etobicoke: Community & Homes

Bungalow Style Homes in Etobicoke, ON

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First populated by First Nations, and then settled by European immigrants in the 1790s, Etobicoke is located within the western part of the city of Toronto. Etobicoke itself was dissolved in 1998, when it was amalgamated into the city of Toronto.

Etobicoke Bungalow Statistics

Total Listings: 150
Average Price: $980,757
Highest Price: $5,399,000
Lowest Price: $525,000

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Community Summary

Bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the east by the Humber River, on the west by Etobicoke Creek, the city of Mississauga and Toronto Pearson International Airport and on the north by Steeles Avenue West, Etobicoke is still primarily suburban in nature.

With about 350,000 residents, Etobicoke is populated by people from all over the world including Europeans, Asians, Middle Easterners, West Indians, Africans and South Asians. Large green spaces, numerous parks, and main street shopping areas characterize the central and southern areas of Etobicoke in neighborhoods such as Markland Wood, The Kingsway, New Toronto, Mimico and Long Branch. Many affluent individuals and families have been drawn to The Kingsway South neighbourhood where over 50% of households have an income in excess of C$100,000/year.

Notable among the numerous public parks is James Gardens on the banks of the Humber River. Flowers, walkways, a rock garden, streams, and waterfalls attract residents and visitors. Other green spaces include Colonel Samuel Smith Park on grounds shared with nearby Humber College and the Humber Bay Park. Etobicoke also offers residents the convenience of many golf courses including St. George's Golf and Country Club which is ranked third best in Canada.

Etobicoke Neighbourhoods

Etobicoke is generally divided into three large areas of neighbourhoods.
"The Lakeshore" includes the Town of Mimico, the Town of New Toronto, Village of Long Branch, and related communities that were never sEtobicoke - Toronto Skyline from Col S Smith Parkeparate from the Township of Etobicoke.

Central Etobicoke (Etobicoke Centre) is comprised of the oldest communities developed along the first street, Dundas Street, which crosses the width of Etobicoke on the escarpment formed by the ancient shoreline of Lake Iroquois. Centered around the Islington community, it was the former administrative centre of Etobicoke and now serves as Etobicoke's 'downtown' near the central 'Six Points' intersection at its western boundary. Other communities include Richview, Westmount and Humbervale, to the east on Eglinton. As Etobicoke developed in the post war years, low density residential areas including Princess-Rosethorn and Eringate-Centennial-West Deane as well as the older Eatonville community to the west of Islington. Central Etobicoke includes Etobicoke's most exclusive neighbourhoods, with fine housing stock and many large treed properties. Along the East and West Mall parallel to Highway 427 exists a mix of hi-rise rentals, townhouses and post war bungalows. 

Rexdale (Etobicoke North) was originally named after a 1950s development. The name Rexdale is associated with all the northern 19th century Etobicoke communities including Clairville, Highfield, Smithfield, and Thistletown.

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