Banbury-Don Mills is south of York Mills Road, and north of Eglinton Avenue East. The Don River East Branch is to the east and Wilket Creek is to the west.
The Banbury-Don Mills neighbourhood is highly populated and one of the largest neighbourhoods in the GTA. It has a very high population of seniors and a low number of youth. The top non-official languages are Chinese and Mandarin and the top ethnic origins are Chinese, English, Scottish, and Irish. After-taxhousehold income in this neighbourhood is $60,203, higher compared to the average of the City of Toronto ($52,149). A safe place to live, the neighbourhood enjoys very little crime, just 104 crimes per 10,000 people per year.
The Banbury-Don Mills neighbourhood has a high number of single-detached houses (30%) and high-rise apartments (49%). With no duplexes and a low number of semi-detached houses and low-rise apartments, home values in the neighbourhood are $613,647, slightly higher compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000. Residents can also enjoy the largest number of trees in the GTA.
Enjoy shopping at Shops at Don Mills and stock up on groceries at Metro and the Real Canadian Superstore. Children and families can relax and play in the neighbourhood parks: Bond Park, Longwood Park, Edwards Garden, Macklin Hancock Park, Duncairn Park, Greenbelt Park, Ames Park, Mallow Park, Mike Bela Park, Moccasin Trail Park, and Paperbirch Walkway. Located 5 km from the centre of Banbury-Don Millsneighbourhood is North York General Hospital. Relax with a book at Don Mills Library or visit the swimming pool at Don Mills Collegiate Institute.
The Don Valley Pkwy is the nearest highway to this neighbourhood with three main exits: Wynford Road, Lawrence Ave E andEglinton Ave E, the York Mills Rd exit is not too far either. HWY 401is around 4 Km away.Leslie Station, Bessarion Station and Bayview Station will provide subway accessand GO Oriole is located nearby.
Landmarks in Banbury Don M North York
You may recognize nearby landmarks such as Shops at Don Mills and the Charles Sauriol Conservation Area.
Schools and Childcare in Banbury Don M North York
The schools in this neighbourhood have a good EQAO school score. The Elementary schools are:Rippleton Public School, Norman Ingram Public School, Greenland Public School, St. Bonaventure Catholic School, and Don Mills Middle School. Don Mills Collegiate Institute is the Secondary school.
Childcare centres are in abundance in this neighbourhood. Drop your kids off at Blue Wave Child Care Centre, Playhouse Child Care Centre, Denlow Community Child Care Centre, Greenland Recreational After School Program, Norman Ingram School Age YMCA, Don Mills Children’s Centre, Ikebata Nursery School, Mallow Day Care Centre, Rippleton Roadsters Child Care Program, and Rippleton Roadsters Satellite Program.