1207 LORNE PARK ROAD
- Lots for 6 Semis on a ravine
- Heritage home on site to be renovated
1149 STRATHY AVENUE
- Site for a new home
199 EAGLEWOOD BOULEVARD
- New custom home site available
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A wonderful residential enclave in the heart of Bathurst and Shepphard this established neighbourhood is undergoing a major revival with beautiful luxury homes. Located just minutes north of the 401 the community has top notch schools, a multitude of local parks and the massive Earl Bales Park with all it’s amenities. Retail of all scale is abundant in the area and the fabulous Yorkdale Shopping Centre is only minutes away. The existing transit system offers a convenient link to the subway system which will expand to add access all the way to Vaughan Mills with the construction of the new subway line. An exciting area that is growing in popularity this neighbourhood has much to offer.
A vibrant lakeside community within the City of Mississauga, the Town of Port Credit is rich in history with a strong vision for the future. First established as a trading post in the 1720’s, this glistening gem by the lake has continued to grow to become one of the most sought after residential areas in the Greater Toronto Area. The Village of Port Credit, central on the Waterfront Trail, offers residents great neighbourhoods, beautiful parks, quality schools both public and private, easy access to downtown Toronto via the QEW or GO Transit and a charming small town shopping and entertainment district. But maybe the true beauty of the town is that there’s no highway, railway or wall of condo towers separating the street scene from the shores of lovely Lake Ontario.
A quiet residential neighbourhood with beautiful parks, Eatonville is located in the central core of the former suburb of Etobicoke with excellent proximity to Highway 427, The West Mall, The East Mall, and Burnhamthorpe Road. The community is experiencing re-development with condominiums and townhomes. Major retail is provided by Cloverdale Mall and Honeydale Mall. Eatonville began as a 400 acre farm and in the 1890s was purchased by Eaton's department store to provide fresh produce for the store's lunchroom and drug store counter. In the 1950s it was sold and subdivided for residential development.
Today, Eatonville is home to the Etobicoke Civic Centre and new luxury home developments.