Alderwood, West-End Toronto, Real Estate, Houses, Homes
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What’s it like living in Alderwood?
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Alderwood is a mature neighbourhood in the west-end city of Toronto, with the boundaries being from east to Kipling Avenue, west to Etobicoke Creek, north to Evans Avenue and south to the Canadian National Railway Tracks.
This leafy neighbourhood is perfect for both families and young couples alike. Tree-lined long streets meander throughout this area with rows of bungalows, storey-and-a-half houses from the 1920’s to 1950’s and more recently the influx of larger new re-builds boasting the latest in architectural designs. Most properties include large sized lots with private drives and garages, which appeals both to residents looking to remain in a smaller home as well as the potential for renovators and developers.
One of the reasons that this area attracts so many families, is the proximity to great schools, community centres, parks, hiking trails, libraries, transit, sporting facilities, fab eateries and food shops, pubs and easy access to highways. This area is a delight to live in with the advantages of feeling so close to nature and trails and being able to stroll along Lake Ontario’s waterfront. Alderwood is a well priced option for buyers looking for a west-end Toronto neighbourhood that is so close to the downtown core while having much to offer for both present and future growth.
Alderwood Centre - with Alderwood Branch of Toronto Public Library and attached to Alderwood Pool
Franklin Horner Community Centre
Horner Ave. Senior Centre
Sir Adam Beck Rink – skate & shinny hockey
Etobicoke Valley Park – Magical treed location of 19.6 hectares of parkland that runs along the east bank of Etobicoke Creek. This oasis in the city features four baseball diamonds (where my son first learnt how to play t-ball) children’s playground and trails that meander along the Etobicoke creek that is perfect for exploring and walking your dogs. There is also a 2.5-kilometre trail that begins at Marie Curtis Park on the shores of Lake Ontario and finishes at Etobicoke Creek. This wonderful natural trail was developed by the Alderwood Environmentalists in collaboration with the City of Toronto.
Alderwood Memorial Park - In the centre of Alderwood a wide-open green space with a children’s playground.
Connorvale Park – “New Field of Dreams” opened for baseball and children’s playground. Close to Backlot Film Studios.
Brown’s Line Bus Service for Evans Avenue and Horner Avenue connects passengers to the LongBranch Go and TTC station at LakeShore Blvd.
Motorists can arrive in downtown Toronto in about 20 minutes via Lakeshore Blvd and the Gardiner Expressway. The 427 North Highway heading out of the city is located at Brownsline and Evans Avenue.
Lakeshore Collegiate Institute
St. Ambrose Catholic Elementary School
New Haven Learning Centre for Children
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Farm Boy – Organic products and chef inspired meals
Feast of Dilli – Indian cuisine
Leziz Kitchen – Mediterranean and Turkish food
Ill Paesano – pizza
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Alderwood Real Estate Values
2021-2022 as per TRREB
1 ½ storey – ranging from $1,010,000 to $1,718,000
Bungalows – ranging from $880,000 to $1,652,700
2 Storeys – ranging from $1,155,000 to $2,955,000
Semi-Detached - ranging from $999,000 to $1,680,000
Condo Townhomes – ranging from $890,000 t0 $1,165,000