Also known as Princess Gardens, the spacious streets of Princess-Rosethorn span from the green-filled boundary of West Deane Park all the way across to Islington Avenue in the east. Offering mostly detached, single-family houses, there are new Toronto condos popping up in the north part of the neighbourhood along Eglinton Avenue West, with more developments to come.
Often recognized for its proximity to St. George’s Golf and Country Club and the Islington Golf Club, the Princess-Rosethorn neighbourhood is more than just a place for recreation and leisure. It’s a family-oriented community with many good schools and public parks. Residents can find some delicious dining and select boutiques at the intersection of Dundas West and Islington, while your grocery basics can be found at Lloyd Manor Place with its 24-hour Metro Supermarket. And for more shopping and dining it’s just a quick trip south to Cloverdale Mall or Sherway Gardens. With abundant green spaces, homeowners might not even feel like they live in Toronto, making the trip into the city a fun and exciting adventure.
These Etobicoke condos are well-connected with public transit bus routes along Eglinton and Kipling, with interchanges at Kipling Subway Station on the Bloor-Danforth line. For drivers, Martin Grove Road and Kipling Avenue act as the main neighbourhood thoroughfares, plus there is nearby access to Highway 427 for larger trips around the city.