Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 neighbourhood in Toronto. Popular communities include Flemingdon Park, Banbury Don Mills, Bridle Path Sunnybrook York Mills, Parkwoods Donalda, Thorncliffe Park.
Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 has 8 homes on the market. Of the 16720 total properties listed in Toronto, Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 makes up just 0%. The average asking price of a property in Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 is $1,208,000, with an estimated mortgage of $4,092 per month. That is 1.3 times less of the average asking price of $1,525,718 in Toronto. Properties listed in Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 are an average of 957 square feet, with 3.1 beds and 2.6 baths. Humberlea Pelmo Park W4 has 0% apartments relative to all the other listings in this neighbourhood.
Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 is a neighbourhood located in the North York area of Toronto. Like its name entails, it is composed of two geographic regions, the first being Humberlea, which is bordered by Sheppard Avenue west to the north, Oak Street to the south, the Canadian Pacific Railway to the east and the Humber River to the west. Secondly is the Pelmo Park area which is bounded by the 401 to the north, Woodward Avenue to the south, Jane Street to the east and the Canadian Pacific Railway to the west.
Real estate for sale in Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 might be found on Weston Road which runs through the middle of this area and is sheltered by the Humber River Valley to the west, Highway 401 to the south and the Canadian Pacific railway and industry to the east.
Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 is a calm, family oriented community with a big Italian population living in this north end neighbourhood. Though, Humberlea's original population was of British background.
For those searching for homes for sale in Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4, the neighbourhood is attractive to many potential residents, especially those with young children. One of the best features of this community is its’ access to parks and green space that is well loved by kids as well as pets.
Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4’s oldest homes are located around Acacia Park. These cottage style properties were constructed in the early 1900s. This neighbourhood includes a large number of war veterans housing from the late 1940s early 1950s. Although these homes look simple with their framing, they sit on very large lots.
Within this community, there are also a fair number of single family, detached, brick ranch-style bungalows. These properties are also situated on generous size lots and include private driveways. As in many quiet neighbourhoods in the City of Toronto, the growing trend has been to replace small houses with large, custom built homes isn’t exempt in Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4.
For over a hundred years from the 1800s until the mid 1900s, Humberlea was a flourishing farming community. The north part of this neighbourhood above Wallasey Avenue and Flindon Road was owned by the Griffith brothers, who had farms on both sides of Weston Road. In the 1940s, the Griffith farms were sold to the federal government for the construction of the Humberlea War Veterans subdivision. World War II Veterans were given a quarter acre estate on which they built simple frame abodes. These residences have since been subdivided although many of the original properties still remain.
The streets around the current day Acacia Park are part of a small residential pocket constructed in the early 1900s. This neighbourhood was previously known as Albion Park and is now considered part of the Humberlea community. At the south edge of Humberlea was the Caulfield dairy farm. Not surprisingly, the cattle grazed on fields west of Weston Road while the Caulfield barn stood on the east side of Weston Road. This farm ran until the 1950s when it was sold to developers. The subdivision of the old Caulfield farm led to the conclusion of the present day area.
When it comes to getting around town from Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4, public transit is one option. Bus service on Weston Road shuttles passengers to the Weston Go Train station as well as offers links to the Royal York and the Keele stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. The Sheppard and Wilson Avenue buses link passengers to stations on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line.
For motorists, Weston Road is the main arterial road serving the Humberlea area. This city street will take commuters as far south as St. Clair Avenue. For commuters, Highways 400 and 401 are located just a few minutes from this area.
Searching for real estate in Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 and anywhere else in the world requires learning about the potential neighbourhood you will want to live in. Ask any Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 real estate agent and they will be able to point you towards the right direction of local amenities and shopping.
When it comes to this neighbourhood, most Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 residents do a lot of their shopping on Weston Road, just south of Highway 401. The Crossroads Centre is a regional shopping plaza that houses one of Toronto's largest selections of big box national chain stores. Featured in this mix is a home improvement store, furniture, as well as appliance and computer stores, in addition to fashion stores.
Entertainment attractions in Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4 can be found locally at Strathburn Park. Situated in the middle of this community, is a large open green space that includes tennis courts, a basketball court, a baseball diamond as well as a children's playground. Acacia Park is located on flat land just above the Humber escarpment. This charming neighbourhood park has a small baseball diamond and a children's playground.
One of the best amenities in this neighbourhood is its close access to the Humber Valley Golf Course which is situated at the western end of this locale. It is a par 70 course renowned for its challenging links and valley-land holes.