Sunnylea is one of the most desirable neighbourhoods in the entire GTA - particularly for young families. There are many reasons for this, among them are the great schools, tranquil settings, polished surroundings, and amazing community events. One focal point of this neighbourhood is being able to take a stroll through Kingsview Village. This pristine shopping district will make you feel like you’ve been transported to a magical and ambiguous time when things were just better. If you do ever get tired of taking in your serene surroundings, there are tons of great recreational programs available for the whole family!
The Neighbourhood is renowned for its fantastic schools that claim the top rank in all of Etobicoke. This is the primary reason why it attracts so many young families, but there many other reasons as well. The region sports a peaceful environment that’s supported by the Mimico Creek and mature trees. Together these elements work together to create a sense of an almost impossibly perfect neighbourhood.
Kingsway Village is located on the northern border of the neighbourhood on Bloor Street West. This is the area’s major shopping destination, but it is also where the community goes out to eat due to its more than 30 restaurants. Kingsway Village also serves as the area’s venue for events and festivals. Some feature events are: Shop the Neighbourhood, Taste of the Kingsway, the Bed Race, Easter in the Kingsway, The Kingsway Breakfast Club, and Pumpkinfest.
Another great benefit of living here is the volume of recreational activities that are available to adults, children, and seniors. The Norseman Community School has a massive selection of programs for a wide variety of interests. There are programs for sports, dance, music, fitness, and even a preschool. It also has a pool that holds aqua fitness classes for the older folks as well as being the home to the Norseman Masters Swim Club. Another place open for recreational services is the Park Lawn Community School, which features programming for fitness, arts, sports, camps, special events, and much more.
This neighbourhood also has amazing transit capabilities. It is only a short drive to the Gardiner Expressway, making the entire GTA accessible by car. Another aspect that makes this area special is its public transit. There are two subway stops that can be accessed from Bloor Street West - Islington to the west and Royal York to the west. This means that residents have the advantage of feeling like they live in a small town, but they also have easy access to the entire GTA.
Most of the sales in this area were for detached homes over the past year, accounting for 62%. Condos accounted for 26%, and townhouses for 11%. The average home price over the last 12 months was $1,136,813, this translates to an average $1,423,407 freehold price, and an average of $512,712 condo price.
Sunnylea is one of the most promising neighbourhoods in the GTA. It has some of the best schools in the city, and its environment fools its residents into thinking they’re living in a heavenly small town, but then a welcoming epiphany occurs when they realize that they’re still in the GTA, and are in fact within walking distance to the subway line. This neighbourhood has fantastic amenities, and even better opportunities to become involved in unparalleled recreational activities. All this without mentioning the plainly sublime nature of Kingsway Village and its premier shops and eateries. This isn’t place isn’t just close to Toronto - it’s close to paradise itself.
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