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Homes For Sale in Woodbine Lumsden Toronto

Woodbine Lumsden Toronto Real Estate

Where It Is

North of Woodbine-Lumsden is Taylor-Massey Creek; to the south is New Market Avenue to Strathmore Blvd.; Main Street is to the east; and Woodbine Avenue is to the west.

Who Lives Here

The Woodbine-Lumsden neighbourhood is one of the smallest neighbourhoods with one of the lowest populations in the Greater Toronto Area. It also has a very high number of working age people (49%) and pre-retirement people (14 %), and a low number of families with children and youth. The neighbourhood does not have much population diversity. The top non-official languages here are Cantonese and Greek, and top ethnic origins are English, Irish, Scottish, and Chinese. Residents enjoy a median after-tax household income of $56,681, slightly higher than Toronto’s average of $52,149. The total major crime incidents rate is 129 per 10,000 people per year.

Coming Home

Woodbine-Lumsden has a high number of single-family homes (55%), semi-detached houses (9%), and duplexes (8%), while it has low numbers of high-rise apartments, row houses, and low-rise apartments. Home prices in the area are $440.700, low compared to the City of Toronto average of $600,000.

What's Nearby

Eglinton Square Shopping Centre (4 km) and Shops at Don Mills (7 km away) are the closest shopping malls to Woodbine-Lumsden. Residents can head to Sobeys, Metro, or Loblaws for grocery store options, while Walmart is 5 km away. The only parks in the neighbourhood are Gledhill Park and Stan Wadlow Park. Also located near the neighbourhood are Toronto East General Hospital, S. Walter Stewart Library, Danforth/Coxwell Library, and D.A. Morrison Middle School for swimming.

Getting Here

The Don Valley Parkway is the nearest highway, while HWY 404 and HWY 401 are located more than 10 km away. Woodbine and Main Street stations are located nearby, while GO Danforth is on Main Street.

Landmarks in Woodbine Lumsden Toronto

Major landmarks in this neighbourhood include Woodbine Station, Toronto Fire Station, Church of the Resurrection, and Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church.

Schools and Childcare in Woodbine Lumsden Toronto

Neighbourhood elementary schools are Parkside Elementary School, Gledhill Junior Public School, and D.A. Morrison Middle School. The only childcare centres in the area are Gledhill Junior Public School Child Care Centre, The Salvation Army – Kid-Z-Own, and Parkside Early Learning and Child Care Centre.


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