Humberlea Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Humberlea - North York

Humberlea has charming old-style cottages and homes for sale, friendly people and easy access to the city, which makes it an ideal place to invest in real estate. This neighbourhood has Humbermede to the north, Oak Street lies to its south, the Humber River is on the west side, and the Canadian Pacific Railway is its boundary to the east. Access to parks, amenities and schools makes this a good choice to set up home in for virtually everyone.

  •   AgeOlder
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesAlbion Centre
  •   Commute21 mins DT
  •   IncomeUpper Mid


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Attention All Renovators, Builders & Investors! Incredible Potential For Building, Great Location In Great Neighbourhood, Premium Corner Residential Lot, 67.42 X 125 Ft With Main Road Exposure, Possible Development Location, Buyer To Do Own Due Diligence, Conveniently Loc... Read More »

64 Lockerbie Avenue

Humberlea-Pelmo Park W4, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 1 Baths

MLS® #W5476847



Look At This Stunner!!! Welcome To The Newly Renovated 30 Flindon Road. This Spacious Corner Lot Screams Family Home. Check Out The Tasteful Updates In Each Of The 5 Bedrooms/4 Bathrooms. Just Below Sits An Amazing Rental Opportunity. Surrounded With 2 Side Decks And An O... Read More »

30 Flindon Road

Humberlea-Pelmo Park W5, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths

MLS® #W5453789



Wow Condo!! Bright And Sunny 2 Beds With 2 Full Washrooms In A Well Maintained Building. Beautiful Outside Views. Beautiful Kitchen And Sun-filled Breakfast Area & And Living Area With Large Windows. Prime Bedroom New Custom Closet. Across The Street From Humber Sheppard,... Read More »

#905 -3077 Weston Road

Humberlea-Pelmo Park W5, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #W5476846



Bright And Spacious 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Unit With Open Concept Living/dining. Large Master Bedroom W. 4 Pc. Ensuite. Ensuite Laundry, Parking And Locker. Prime Location Close To Schools & Churches. Humber River Park Trail And Community Centre Across Street. Easy Access To Tr... Read More »

#1603 -3077 Weston Road

Humberlea-Pelmo Park W5, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 2 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #W5477448

Humberlea Real Estate Overview

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The first settlers came here to Humberlea in the 1800s when most of these parts were used for agricultural purposes. This continued until the mid-1900s, at which point there was a prosperous farming community here. The Griffith brothers owned large tracts of the land here until the 1940s when their property was sold to the federal government. The Humberlea War Veterans subdivision was planned on those lands, and World War II Veterans each got a quarter-acre property, which they used to build their simple frame houses. Many of these remain today although later subdivision took place in these locations as well.

Weston Road, bisecting the neighbourhood is one of the major landmarks and also an arterial road here. To the west, Humber River Valley adds its glorious natural beauty to the neighbourhood. To the east is the Canadian Pacific Railway and to the south Highway, 401 offers easy access to Toronto.

Who Lives In Humberlea Homes

The first residents in Humberlea were of British origin and back then almost the whole of the population here was British. However, in the later years, several Italians began to settle in these parts. Even today, you will find a large segment with an Italian background calling Humberlea home Italian is the most commonly heard non-official language in this neighbourhood.

To the southwest, you will find that the average age of the population within the community to be higher than the city average. The long-term residents and seniors have their homes in this part of the community and residents who retire in Humberlea tend to stay a very long time.

Humberlea Homes Are Perfect For

If you seek a homely, quiet, calm neighbourhood that is surrounded by greenery, then Humberlea is a good choice for you. The range of homes for sale also makes this one a good neighbourhood for those who wish to choose from various house styles and budgets.

Humberlea Homes Are Not So Perfect For

Humberlea is not a buzzing hotspot for commercial activity, and that means the shopping scene is not as exciting as it can be in other commercial areas of Toronto. If limited options in this regard are not something you can live with, Humberlea may not be a perfect place for you to put down roots. The same goes for entertainment options too. If you are used to an active nightlife or you seek a place that can give you many options, Humberlea may be too quiet for you.

Keep in mind that the bigger restaurants and shopping areas are a car drive away. So, if you want these within walking distance, then this may not be a top neighbourhood for you.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Humberlea

Humberlea can be thought of like an amalgamation of two segments, each with very distinct personas. The southwest is the predominantly Italian segment, with several detached homes. In the northwest, you can see the more modern Humberlea with newer homes, some still coming up, and this is where the younger population is usually found.

For Humberlea residents, the major shopping area lies on Weston Road, close to Highway 401. Many head down to The Crossroads Centre, a pretty comprehensive shopping area with home décor stores, fashion stores, furniture and appliance outlets, in nearby Pelmo Park.

Fitness enthusiasts find Humberlea a virtual paradise because of its many green spaces within the neighbourhood and alongside its boundaries. Strathburn Park is right in the middle of Humberlea and with its tennis courts, children’s play area, baseball diamond and basketball court. You can see why it satisfies the needs of most sports-loving families. Acacia Park is another good hangout for those who love green spaces. This park lies above the Humber escarpment, and it has its baseball diamond and a play area for children.

Apart from these, you also have easy access to many other well-maintained parks including Crawford-Jones Memorial Park, Pine Point Park, Pelmo Park, Wallace C. Swanek Park and Strathburn Park. The Humber Valley, part of the Toronto ravine system, adds stunning scenic beauty to the neighbourhood and offers some great locations to enjoy the great outdoors.

For golf fans, the Humber Valley Golf Course lies right at the western edge. This par 70 course is a popular one for those seeking a challenging turf to tee off.

Humberlea also offers access to good schools, which makes this location a great choice for parents with school-age kids. Chalkfarm Public School, St. Simon Elementary and St. Basil-The-Great College Secondary are all within easy reach. Both Toronto Catholic District School Board and Toronto District School Board operate schools here for the neighbourhood’s children.

Humberlea Real Estate Market

The Acacia Park area is where you will find the oldest homes for sale in Humberlea. Mainly, these are cottage style homes dating back to the early 1900s. The homes from the 1940 to 1950 era are the war veterans’ homes. These are typically simplistic structures on large lots. Many of these have been taken down and new, larger homes built over them in recent times.

If you are looking for a ranch-style detached home with brick walls, Humberlea is a good place to find just what you seek. A good number of homes here are private single-family detached homes with a few duplexes, and high rises to be found, the latter clustered around Sheppard and Weston mainly.

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