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Finding Etobicoke houses for sale: vibrant and historically rich – Etobicoke real estate is hot.


Landmark view at modern buildings near Humber Bay Park in Etobicoke, Toronto, Ontario, CanadaThe most western portion of the city of Toronto is home to the vibrant and historically rich municipality of Etobicoke. Initially settled in 1695 by First Nations peoples, Etobicoke is a unique space in Southern Ontario. A wide variety of neighbourhoods provide any home-buyer with excellent options for Etobicoke houses for sale.

Take a look below at some of the best neighbourhoods with Etobicoke houses for sale. Those are some of my favourite neighbourhoods in Etobicoke, each coming with their own unique style and advantages, but there are of course incredible Etobicoke houses for sale elsewhere. Search below for details on the Etobicoke neighbourhood that suits your lifestyle and needs.

Mimico Alderwood The Kingsway Humber Valley Village
Centenial Park Churchill Meadows

From Smithfield, Thistletown, and Rexdale in the north through the Kingsway, Centennial Park, and Islington Village in the center to Alderwood, Humber Bay, and Mimico in the south, and all the communities in between, homes for sale in Etobicoke neighbourhoods provide various home sizes, amenities, and locational advantages. From large, extravagant houses through more modest homes to affordable condominiums and townhouses for sale in Etobicoke, the area’s neighbourhoods feature real estate options to fit with any requirements.


(1) Recreational Activities

Etobicoke real estate is blessed to be surrounded by some of the most gorgeous green spaces, golf courses, and parks. Whether you are strolling through James Gardens on the banks of the Humber River, enjoying its seasonal flowers, rock garden, streams, and waterfalls, or playing soccer, baseball, cricket, or skiing and snowboarding in Centennial Park, or playing a round of 18 at one of Canada’s top-ranked golf courses, St George’s Golf and Country Club, you are sure to find your recreational fix in Etobicoke… Even if the recreation is more for your dog than you, Etobicoke has the environments to more than accommodate you and your best friend.

(2) Proximity

Enjoy a quiet city life on the west side of Toronto in Etobicoke. Full of large green spaces, public parks, rivers and waterfronts, athletic centers, and lush gardens, Etobicoke boasts a comfortable population density that allows for the best of quiet and noisy times. A quick trip on the subway brings you to the downtown core of Toronto for all the excitement you might be looking for on your Saturday nights, although it isn’t a stretch to find yourself staying local for your nights out at classic Etobicoke establishments like St James’ Gate or The Rustic Social House.

(3) Sights and Sounds

Homes for sale in Etobicoke come with a neighbourhood with much to see and do. The “Village of Murals” along Dundas St. West is certainly a favourite to make a point of strolling by often, and the Eighth Street Skate Park is a spot to relax, watch skateboarders ride, or hop on a board yourself. Take a trip to Dr. Flea’s Flea Market, and rummage through the largest flea market in Toronto, or visit events like the Jerk Festival, Taste of the Kingsway, or Culture Days. For sure, Etobicoke real estate comes with a vibrant neighbourhood, ready to satisfy any interests.