|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|1 BED Condos||$212,000565 = $375/||$292,566585 = $500/||$331,400649 = $510/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$297,500674 = $441/||$356,154715 = $498/||$405,000831 = $487/|
|2 BED Condos||$387,000850 = $455/||$477,983920 = $519/||$565,000951 = $594/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$400,000906 = $442/||$589,6001111 = $531/||$870,0001424 = $611/|
|3 BED Condos||$455,0001343 = $339/||$560,0001229 = $456/||$665,0001115 = $596/|
Known locally as the Humber Valley Village, this country club-like neighbourhood is nestled between Islington Avenue to the west and Humber River to the east. Home to many large estate properties found along tranquil tree-lined streets, with golf clubs not far away, Edenbridge | Humber Valley is considered one of the wealthier areas in the Etobicoke neighbourhood. Mid-rise, Toronto condos here offer a more affordable entry into this affluent neighbourhood, with new developments on the way.
Featuring some of Etobicoke’s best shopping at the Humbertown Shopping Centre, you’ll find over 50 shops, businesses, and service centres, plus high-end boutiques from clothiers to children’s stores. The neighbourhood has well-regarded schools, two golf and country clubs, not to mention great outdoor spaces and parks featuring public tennis courts, nature trails along the Humber River Valley, and a seasonal ice rink. Most of the Etobicoke condos for sale that you'll find in this neighbourhood are within walking distance to Bloor Street, where you can find restaurants, shops, and more.
Also on Bloor Street, residents can take advantage of the Bloor Subway line with stations at Islington and Royal York, making the morning commute smooth and easy. If you drive, working outside the city or Downtown Toronto, Dundas Street West is a convenient thoroughfare, or you can take Royal York Road south to the Gardiner Expressway.