North of the Edenbridge-Humber Valley neighbourhood is Eglinton Avenue West and to the south is Dundas Street West. The Humber River passes to the east, while Islington Avenue is on the western border of the neighbourhood.
The Edenbridge-Humber Valley neighbourhood has a high population of pre-retirement people (14%) and seniors (19%), while it has a low number of working age people. The top non-official languages are Italian and Ukrainian; top ethnic origins are English, Italian, Scottish, and Irish. The median after-tax household income for residents in the neighbourhood is $62,463, higher than the City of Toronto average of $52,149. Total major crime incidents in the area are 124 per 10,000 people per year.
This neighbourhood has a high number of single-detached houses (43%) and low-rise apartments (17%), while it has a low number of high-rise apartments, semi-detached houses, row houses, and duplexes. The Edenbridge-Humber Valley neighbourhood has high home prices, averaging around $873,268. It also has the most trees in the Greater Toronto Area.
The closest malls are Sherway Gardens and Dufferin Mall, located 9 km and 10 km away. Loblaws is located within the neighbourhood, and Walmart and Real Canadian Superstore are located 4 km and 5 km away. Residents have a wide variety of parks to relax at, including Hartfield Court Parkette, Hilldowntree Parkette, Humber Valley Park, Humbertown Park, James Gardens, Lambeth Crescent Parkette, Lambton Woods, Allanhurst Park, St. Stevens Court Parkette, and Scarlett Heights Park. Humber River Regional Hospital is the closest hospital at 6 km away. Grab some books at Richview Library (3 km away) or take a swim at Memorial Pool and Health Club, also 3 km away.
HWY 401 and Islington Avenue and HWY 427 and Rathburn Road are both 6 km away. Take the subway from Royal York Station, Old Mill Station and Islington Station all located nearby, or grab the GO from GO Weston, 5 km away.
Landmarks in Edenbridge Humber Valley Etobicoke
The major landmarks of the neighbourhood are Humber Valley United Church, St. George's Golf and Country Club, and James Gardens.
Schools and Childcare in Edenbridge Humber Valley Etobicoke
The lone school in this neighbourhood is Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School. Children can be looked after at PLASP – Humber Valley Village, Learning Jungle – Buttonwood Campus, and Hillside Montessori School.