North of Stonegate-Queensway is Bloor Street West; to the south is the Gardiner Expressway; Humber River passes on the east; Islington Avenue is towards the west.
The Stonegate-Queensway neighbourhood has a large area compared to similar neighbourhoods in the Greater Toronto Area. It has a high number of families with children (16%), pre-retirement people (13%), and seniors (16%). The top non-official languages are Polish and Ukrainian, and top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and Polish. The median after-tax household income of people in this neighbourhood is $67,549, compared to Toronto’s $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate in this neighbourhood is 132 per 10,000 people per year.
Stonegate-Queensway has a very high number of single-family homes (56%) and low-rise apartments (27%), while it has low number of high-rise apartment buildings, semi-detached houses, row houses, and duplexes. The neighbourhood has high home prices, averaging around $690,949 compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. It has very busy streets with a high road volume and a good number of trees for picnicking.
Dufferin Mall and Sherway Gardens afford the closest shopping malls, located 7 to 8 km away from the centre of the neighbourhood. You can grab your groceries at Costco Wholesale, Sobeys, and No Frills, all located within the neighbourhood, or head to Walmart or Canadian Tire, both located on St. Clair Avenue West, about 5 km away. Spend the day relaxing at neighbourhood parks, including Glenellen Parkette, Humber Marshes, Jeff Healey Park, King's Mill Park, Kinsdale Park, Lora Hill Park, South Humber Park, Spring Garden Park, Sunnylea Park, and Tom Riley Park. St. Joseph's Health Centre is the closest hospital to this neighbourhood, while Humber Bay Library is located in the area and Brentwood Library is very close to this neighbourhood on Brentwood Road North. Finally, Norseman Community School has the closest swimming pool.
The Gardiner Expressway passes through the south side of the neighbourhood, while HWY 427 is also nearby with two main exits: Burnhamthorpe Road and Dundas Street West. You can also take the subway to Old Mill, Islington, or Royal York stations or the GO to GO Mimico.
Landmarks in Stonegate Queen Etobicoke
The major landmarks of this neighbourhood include: Humber Treatment Plant, Humber Bay Library, Border with Humber River, and Park Lawn Cemetery.
Schools and Childcare in Stonegate Queen Etobicoke
Elementary schools include Karen Kain School of the Arts, Park Lawn Junior Middle School, Étienne Brûlé Junior School, St. Mark Catholic School, and St. Louis Catholic School. The only secondary school in the neighbourhood is Etobicoke School of the Arts. Childcare centres include Humber Bay Child Care Centre, Park Lawn Preschool, PLP Early Learning at St. Mark Catholic School, Sunnylea Child Care Centre, Sunnylea Co-operative Nursery School, Ecole Elementaire Catholique Sainte-Marguerite-D'Youville, Munchkinz Preschool, Le Petit Chaperon Rouge Etobicoke, and Tiny Treasure Day Care Centre.