West End Neighbourhoods

Our West End Toronto Neighbourhood Guides

We’ve been living and working in Toronto’s west end for decades. The expertise we’ve acquired allows us to provide you with unparalleled local insight.

From amenities to schools to real estate options, we’re here to help you get better acquainted with your West Toronto neighbourhoods of interest.

Get To Know Our Neighbourhoods

With its rich history, vibrant culture, and liveability, the west end is a great place to call home. Here are a few of the local communities where we’re proud to work.

The Kingsway

Idyllic beauty meets convenience in the Kingsway, one of Etobicoke’s most affluent suburbs. Here you’ll find picturesque Tudor and stone homes on tree-lined residential streets. The area is also known for the Kingsway Village(a business district offering convenient amenities) and its community events (which include the ever-popular Taste of the Kingsway).

Bloor West Village

Bloor West Village is widely known for its sophisticated yet family-friendly shopping and dining district. Along with its eateries and boutiques, this in-demand area boasts a selection of spacious and beautifully-preserved Craftsmen homes. Between its welcoming community feel, high-end amenities, and convenient subway access, Bloor West Village has it all.

Baby Point

Within the majestic stone gates that mark the entrance to Baby Point, you’ll find a truly peaceful community. This west-end enclave, which is surrounded by gorgeous parkland, is ideal for families seeking peace and quiet within the city. Local favourites include the Baby Point Club, the Old Mill Inn and Spa, and the nearby restaurants and shops on Jane and Annette Street.

High Park/ Swansea

One of the biggest draws of High Park is the local green space that shares its name. Residents enjoy close proximity to the largest and most popular park in Toronto, which features nature trails, gardens, sports facilities, and more. High Park is also known for its incredible housing stock, including beautiful Edwardian, Victorian, and Arts & Crafts homes along with a growing number of modern condo buildings.


While Mimico is a well-established Etobicoke community, it’s become increasingly vibrant in recent years. Lakefront views, pretty green spaces, and easy access to downtown all made the area a prime candidate for revitalization, which explains the recent influx of buzz-worthy local businesses. Whether you’re looking for a brand new condo or a charming single-family home, you’ll find it here.


If you’re looking for the ultimate family-friendly neighbourhood in Etobicoke, Sunnylea should be on your list. The area’s quaint country charm and reputable schools make it a great place to raise children. It’s also known for its impressive mix of homes, which range from Tudor properties to post-war bungalows to refinished farm houses.

Edenbridge-Humber Valley

Edenbridge-Humber Valley represents the most attractive aspects of residential living. The area’s gently rolling hills, beautiful old trees, and selection of spacious single-family homes make it one of Etobicoke’s most-sought after neighbourhoods. It’s also known for its large lots, along with the prestigious St. George’s Golf and Country Club (which is beloved by golf enthusiasts).

Islington Village

Just a twenty-minute drive from downtown, you’ll find Islington Village. This lovely Etobicoke community is the site of a charming business district that features several blocks of lively painted murals. When it comes to real estate, you’ll find an array of attractive houses—including many in the Colonial, English Cottage, and Tudor styles.