Humber Valleys is among the most affluent parts of Etobicoke, with its demographics being upper middle-income family oriented. It is considered on par with the exclusive neighbourhoods along Avenue Road and Yonge Street, between Bloor Street and Highway 401. Humber Valley is bordered by Dundas Street to the south, Islington Avenue to the west, Eglinton Avenue to the north, and the Humber River to the east.

Humber Valley Amenities

Schools: Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, Kingsley Primary School, and Leonardo Da Vinci Academy are some of the area’s best education institutes.

Restaurants: Magoo’s Gourmet Hamburgers and Ice Cream, Trattoria Leonardo, Ma Maison, and Lenny’s Panini and Pizza are a few neighbourhood favourites for dining out.

Recreation: Residents can fill their shopping needs at Humbertown Shopping Centre, hit the links at St. George’s Golf and Country Club (rated one of the five best golf courses in Canada), and enjoy the outdoors at James Gardens, Humber Valley Park, and off-street cycling on the south side of Eglinton Avenue connecting to Humber River Valley Trails and Martin Goodman Trail on Toronto’s waterfront.

Getting to Humber Valley by transit

Bus numbers 32 and 307 run along Eglinton Avenue, 73 runs along Royal York Road, 37 and 311 run along Islington Avenue, while 48 and 30 are running through the neighbourhood center along Anglesey Boulevard and Dundas Street, respectively.

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