Toronto’s western neighbourhoods include High Park, Roncesvalles Village, Bloor West Village, The Junction, Corso Italia, Long Branch, Mimico, The Kingsway, and Rexdale, to name just a few. Browse the full list of neighbourhoods in Toronto’s west region below:
Located in the south-west sector of Toronto, Alderwood is an established family neighbourhood that attracts many residents thanks to its home and school association, great location, and variety of amenities.
As a middle income, family oriented neighborhood, Amesbury has become one of the hottest real estate markets in Toronto.
While there are many words to describe Baby Point, none are better than exclusivity. The stone gates, located at Baby Point Road and Jane Street, greet residents to this exclusive, desirable neighbourhood located in the west end.
When it comes to family friendly neighbourhoods in Toronto, there are not many with more allure than Bloor West Village. In addition to its many award winning schools, the community is within close proximity to High Park.
When it comes to sheer size alone, Downsview is clearly one of the largest neighbourhoods in Toronto. In addition to a large Italian community, the Jewish community in the area has been growing for quite some time.
Located in the north-west portion of Toronto, Emery is a culturally diverse area that is bordered by the Humber River Valley, Canadian Pacific railway, and Milvan Drive industrial corridor.
Access to local highways and public transportation, combined with reasonable home prices, have made Fairbank a popular place to live for people from all walks of life.
For many years, High Park has been one of the top neighbourhoods in Toronto for raising a family. This is due in large part to the variety of single family homes for sale, as well as the well known schools, including but not limited to Humberside Collegiate.
Located in the beautiful Humber River Valley, Humber Heights attracts residents for a variety of reasons. From the rolling hills to the creek that runs through the community, if nature is your thing you will fall in love in no time.
As one of the smallest neighbourhoods in Toronto, Humber Summit is the perfect fit for those who are interested in a close knit community with a variety of real estate options.
From the family oriented atmosphere to the unique topography, you will never confuse Humber Valley Village with any other neighbourhood in Toronto.
Humberlea is known for being a quiet, secluded, family oriented neighbourhood that is home to a variety of people from all backgrounds.
Homes in Islington Village are coveted by many thanks to lush landscaping, large lots, and a country atmosphere. Add in a vibrant shopping district, plenty of parkland, and access to Go Transit stations and it is easy to see why this west end neighbourhood has become so popular.
Kingsview Village is well known for its strong family appeal. With a community school, recreation center, and church, those who live in this neighbourhood never have to look far to find what they need.
Although there are many neighbourhoods in Toronto’s west end, Kingsway Park is the cream of the crop. From the large homes and lots to the pedestrian friendly streets, it is easy to see that this community was built for family living.
Located along the Toronto waterfront, Long Branch has been home to a diverse number of people for many years. Although the neighbourhood has a rich history, it has undergone some changes as of late with new home developments popping up in recent areas.
The Markland Wood neighbourhood consists of roughly 1,200 homes, most of which pay into the Markland Home Association. With this association, the neighbourhood is able to organize a variety of activities ranging from its Christmas Caravan to a scholarship program for college bound residents.
From its lakefront parks to its great location, those who live in Mimico find that it is easy to enjoy life.
Located at one of the highest points in all of Toronto, Mount Dennis offers a nice mix of hills, ravines, and parkland.
Located along the western beaches of Toronto, this neighbourhood is going through a developmental stage as its industrial corridor is converted into residential housing developments.
There are many reasons why Parkdale is one of the most popular neighbourhoods in Toronto, including its mix of real estate opportunities ranging from single family mansions to apartment complexes among other options.
Most people consider Princess Anne Manor and Princess Gardens one in the same. That being said, the area west of Kipling Avenue is well known as Princess Gardens with the area east of the avenue known as Princess Anne Manor.
Rexdale is one of the most unique neighborhoods in Toronto, bordered on the south by an industrial corridor with the Humber River Valley to the north. Homes in this community range from single family dwellings in the interior to rental housing in the outlying areas.
Richview is a large, culturally diverse neighbourhood that is home to people from a wide range of backgrounds and incomes. Residents love the local shopping, close proximity to transportation (including Pearson International Airport), and parkland.
Roncesvalles Village is well known for many things, including its small town atmosphere that attracts both homebuyers as well as visitors from neighbouring communities. Additionally, many enjoy its European flair along, location, and close proximity to a variety of public transit, including a streetcar system.
Located in the north west portion of Toronto, Smithfield is bordered on three sides by the Humber River Valley. Many people are familiar with this community as the home of Humber College and Etobicoke General Hospital.
There are many neighbourhoods in Toronto coveted by young families, however, Sunnylea is definitely at the top of the list. From the Mimico Creek to the mature trees to the sidewalks, there is a lot to like when it comes to the overall appeal of this community.
Swansea, also known as Swansea Village, is well known throughout the Toronto region for many reasons, including the fact that it is the only neighbourhood with its own internally run Town Hall.
When it comes to diversity, both economic and cultural, there are not many communities in Toronto that can compete with The Elms. With a location in close proximity to the Humber River Valley, there are many parks throughout the area coupled with lush landscaping.
Located in the beautiful Humber River Valley, Thistletown is a desirable neighborhood coveted by people from a variety of backgrounds.
Anybody who is interested in country living in close proximity to the city will fall in love with West Deane Park. In addition to its quiet setting, West Deane Park is home to a variety of wildlife thanks to the Mimico Creek Valley that runs through it. If you enjoy nature and don’t mind spotting animals from time to time, this community is the place for you.
Despite the fact that Weston has developed quite a bit over the years, it still has a small town feel that attracts both residents and visitors. This is due in large part to the area’s many landmarks, including the Humber River and the local Railway.