Thursday, December 13, 2007

How will you select your new neighbourhood?

The intrinsic Charm of Bloor West Village or the draw of High Park and the Roncesvalles Village Community is strong with shopping, restaurants, the Revue Theatre and an abundance of coffee shops and delicatessens. If you would like to stroll a few minutes from your residence and find hidden gems within your own enclave there are many choices. Enjoy evening walks along what is becoming known as Humber Bay Shores, with the revitalized Boardwalk along the Lake Ontario Shoreline.

My favourite walking paths are along the Lakeshore at Parklawn Rd., where Condo developments surround the boardwalk with a background of condominiums, yet just across the water is the core of Downtown Toronto with it’s beckoning lights and magnificent office towers. Toronto Walking Tour Map of High Park and Boardwalk.

West Toronto has many neighbourhoods that would showcase elegant stately homes; Markland Wood, The Kingsway, Princess Rosethorn or more correctly Princess Anne Manor and Princess Gardens. These homes reflect the achievements that you have worked for with open spaces and parkland. James Gardens is a favorite for wedding photographers. A neighbourhood search can be made here of Etobicoke’s enclaves.

Moving to the west further we enter Mississauga, itself growing as a vibrant community of almost 1.0MM people and 6th largest in Canada. Mississauga hosts many Company’s head offices and thereby its employees. [It] is conveniently located on the north shore of Lake Ontario with access to Pearson International Airport, good vehicle access via the QEW, 401 & 403 series highways. Higher profile neighbourhoods include Mineola West, Watercolours in Lorne Park, Clarkson, Sherwood Forrest and its own millionaires row along Dalton Drive.

Feel free to create your own search to view Elegant Homes in West Toronto.

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