North of Kingsway South is Dundas Street West, and to the south is Bloor Street West. Home Smith Park Road is to the east, while Montgomery Road passes to the west.
Kingsway South neighbourhood has one of the lowest populations and no population diversity. It also has a high percentage of families with children (19%), pre-retirement people (14%), and seniors (19%). The top non-official languages are Ukrainian and Italian, while top ethnic origins are English, Scottish, Irish, and Italian. The median after-tax household income of residents is $106,386, considered very high compared to Toronto’s average of $52,149. Kingsway South has a very high number of educated people with at least a post-secondary education. The total major crime incidents rate is 131 per 10,000 people per year.
The Kingsway South neighbourhood has a very high number of single-family homes (67%) and a low number of high-rise apartments, semi-detached houses, row houses, duplexes, and low-rise apartments compared to the City of Toronto. This neighbourhood has some of the highest home prices in the Greater Toronto Area averaging around $941,223 and has many trees.
You can shop at Dufferin Mall or Sherway Gardens, located 6 and 10 km away. Grocery stores nearby include Loblaws and Foodland, and Walmart is 3 km away. Enjoy some time in neighbourhood parks as Home Smith Park, Jackson Parkette, Kingsway Gate Parkette, Lambton-Kingsway Park, Donnybrook Park, and Birchview Boulevard Parkette. Also in the neighbourhoodareBrentwood Library and Memorial Pool &Health Club. St. Joseph’s Health Centre is 7 km away.
The Gardiner Expressway and HWY 427 are nearby at 4 to 6 km away. Take the subway from Old Mill, Royal York, Jane, or Islington stations. The nearest GO station is GO Kipling, located 5 km away.
Landmarks in Kingsway S Etobicoke
The major landmarks in this neighbourhood include Brentwood Library,Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, Royal York Station and Old Mill Station.
Schools and Childcare in Kingsway S Etobicoke
Elementary schools in Kingsway South are Lambton-Kingsway Junior Middle School and Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School; while the neighbourhood secondary school is Etobicoke Collegiate Institute.Children can be looked after at Lambton-Kingsway B &A School Program, Kingsway Nursery School, Prince Edward Montessori School of Toronto, Our Lady of Sorrows School Age YMCA Program, and Oxford Little Readers Program.