|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|2 BED Condos||$405,0001004 = $403/||$425,0001004 = $423/||$455,0001004 = $453/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$855,0002310 = $370/||$1,007,5002310 = $436/||$1,160,0002310 = $502/|
|3 BED Condos||$485,3001392 = $348/||$690,1501851 = $373/||$895,0002310 = $387/|
Often referred to simply as Richview, this Etobicoke neighbourhood borders Highway 401 and 427 to the west and Royal York Road to the east, running along Eglinton Avenue. It is a residential, family-friendly area with a diverse and vibrant community full of detached homes and townhouse style Toronto condos.
The winding tree-lined streets of Willowridge | Martingrove | Richview give way to small commercial plazas found at the intersections along Dixon Road in the north and along Eglinton Avenue in the south, quick places to grab a bite or pick up groceries. Like many Etobicoke neighbourhoods, this area has a lot of green spaces, including branches of the Humber River and nearby West Deanne Park. You’ll also find the Weston Golf and Country Club just to the north, a fun spot to spend an afternoon with dinner in the evening. For more shopping options, residents will want to head south to Cloverdale Mall or Sherway Gardens, large malls with brand boutiques and professional services.
Getting around to the rest of the city is a smooth experience with local bus routes along Kipling and Islington that connect to the Bloor-Danforth Subway line. Drivers will find the 401 and 427 Highways to be the most convenient routes to get around the city.