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WHY WE LOVE IT HERE
With one visit to the Sunnylea neighbourhood, you’ll see that it’s very friendly, neighbourly, and family-oriented. Sunnylea real estate is home to a lot of young families, and the kids are always out playing on the quiet streets. This community offers a neighbourhood feel with the convenience of Bloor Street’s shops, ample TTC service, and great schools such as the Sunnylea Junior School.
WHAT TO DO AND SEE
The shops and dining options along Bloor Street are great, and there are even more restaurants and the big movie theatre just south of the neighbourhood in the Queensway area. Sunnylea Park is in the heart of the community and really adds to the neighbourly feel, it’s always pretty busy and includes tennis courts.
THE LOCAL CLAIM TO FAME
The Mimico Creek runs through this West Toronto neighbourhood, adding a touch of natural beauty to the Sunnylea real estate. This 33-kilometre-long stream flows throughout the Greater Toronto Area, with a walking trail that runs alongside the creek from Reid Manor to Berry Road Park.
Sunnylea REAL ESTATE
Sunnylea real estate suits young professionals and families who want to live in the city with more space for a more affordable price. It is similar to the Kingsway in the sense that you have the neighbourhood feel with good-sized lots and ample parking. In this area, you’ll find mostly freehold homes as well as some low-rise condo buildings.
- Norseman Junior Middle School (JK-8)
- Sunnylea Junior School (JK-5)
- Parklawn Junior Middle School (JK-8)
- Etobicoke Collegiate Institute (9-12)
- Karen Kain School of the Arts (6-8)
- Etobicoke School of the Arts (9-12)
- Etienne Brule Junior School (JK-5)
- Our Lady of Sorrows (Catholic JK-8)
- Our Lady of Peace (Catholic & French Immersion 2-8)
- St. Gregory (Catholic & Extended French 5-8)
- Bishop Allen Academy (Catholic Secondary)
- Kingsway College School (private 1-8)