Weston Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Weston - York-Crosstown

Weston is a charming Toronto neighbourhood with a vibrant Ontario vibe. Formerly part of the Borough of York before being amalgamated into the City of Toronto, the area boasts a rich history that dates back to the 1790s. Today there is a sense of pride that permeates the community.

  •   AgeOlder
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesWestside Mall
  •   Commute22 mins DT
  •   IncomeLower Mid

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Weston Real Estate Overview

Subdivisions within this community include:

  • Eglinton West
  • Keelesdale
  • Pellam Park

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On the interior, pretty tree-lined avenues feature mature trees, some of which are more than a hundred years old, especially those in the east quadrant of the neighbourhood. With the Humber River meandering serenely down its western border and the Railway just around the corner, the community also features a good blend of traditional and modern houses for sale to suit a variety of lifestyle requirements.

While the area is flanked by Eglinton Avenue and Highway 401 on the south and north respectively, Jane Street forms its eastern boundary. Since Weston has its own Go Train station and several TTC bus routes ply the vicinity, residents enjoy a healthy range of alternative transportation solutions practically at the doorstep.

Home to beautiful old churches that boast historical architectural significance and a historic library that was previously a Mechanics' Institute and a Carnegie Library, recently, there has been a drive in the community to have certain buildings designated as historical sites.

When it comes to modern amenities, from good schools, parks, and restaurants to a plethora of shops and recreational facilities, residents never have to travel far outside the confines of this generously endowed community, which is why Weston is fast becoming a popular place for home buyers.

Weston Homes Are Perfect For

Unquestionably a family-friendly community, Weston is brimming with features that are great for raising a family. With its community atmosphere, this dynamic neighbourhood is ideally suited to couples, young professionals and seniors alike.

With further development in the works, real estate in the area is bound to appreciate. With a wide variety of homes for sale in Weston, new homeowners and investors are bound to find a good investment that caters to their budgets and needs.

Weston Homes Are No So Perfect For

Situated 22 minutes away from the heart of the city, Weston isn't the ideal location for those who work in the city and are looking to have shorter commutes to and from work.

For those interested in a more upmarket suburb, several other neighbourhoods in Toronto deliver larger homes with a variety of upgrades.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Weston

Richly endowed with a perfect blend of both natural and modern amenities, Weston provides its inhabitants with just about everything right at their threshold. From restaurants, shops and lively farmers' markets to recreational and sports facilities, residents are afforded every convenience in this neighbourhood.

With its big green and gold street signs that welcome visitors to the community, Weston Road is the main street in the neighbourhood. Bursting with a myriad of amenities from small retail stores to fast food eateries and car dealerships, this is the central shopping district in the area. Located in the nearby community of Humberlea, The Cross Centre is home to a variety of businesses.

As the commercial heart of the community, Weston Road also serves as the parade route for the Weston Santa Clause Parade, which is held here once every year. Complete with floats, dance groups, mascots, and an award ceremony, the parade enhances the community's holiday experience during the festive season.

Overlooking Humber River lies the 7.4 hectare Lions Park, just off Hickory Tree Road. The biggest park in the community, the lush green space boasts four tennis courts, seven bike trails, two swimming pools, two baseball diamonds, a basketball court, a lit artificial-turf sports field, a skateboard area, a kiddies' playground and splash pad; there's even a snack bar. So there are plenty of fun recreational options that cater to all age groups.

The Weston Lions Recreation Arena is nestled within the confines of the park, providing residents with ice rentals. It features banquet hall facilities that form the backdrop for lovely social gatherings. The venue currently hosts the Weston Minor Hockey League and the Weston Dodgers.

Once considered to be home to the largest bicycle manufacturer in the world, Weston has also retained a significant number of bike routes along Humber River that continue to the south and onto the Martin Goodman Trail on the city's waterfront.

Golf enthusiasts head on over to the historic Weston Golf and Country Club, which once hosted the Canadian Open in 1955. Today, this plush stretch of expansive green space is one of the most beautiful golfing venues in the country thanks to its challenging yet enjoyable course.

Education needs are met by a host of schools in and around the area. From Weston Memorial Junior Public School, H. J. Alexander Community School and St. John the Evangelist Catholic Elementary to C. R. Marchant Middle School and the Weston Collegiate Institute, there are several great schooling options for parents and kids to choose from.

Weston Real Estate Market

Weston homes for sale are an eclectic mix of housing options. With a rich history that goes back to the late 18th century, the neighbourhood's real estate primarily comprises beautiful Victorian residences from that era. While these dwellings are mostly relegated to the east of the railway line, 1900 Edwardian style houses are spread across the south of Church Street.

On the flip side, homes for sale in the northern patches of the community around Fairglen Crescent and Pelmo Park are comparatively newer, having sprung up in the late 1940s to early 1960s. These residences mainly constitute ranch-style bungalows, Tudor style houses, and back and side-split dwellings.

Weston Road is also lined with trendy condominium towers and apartment buildings that provide inhabitants with scenic views of Humber River Valley below. A majority of the buildings in this vicinity represent early to mid-20th-century Ontario style architecture, and the rustic brick buildings feature pretty ornate masonry details.

Today, though there are over 7,000 homes in the community, recently, residential construction has been taking shape on what was previously commercial and industrial land.

With a renewed popularity of the neighbourhood and more residential development in the pipeline, potential homeowners and investors have even more choices. Situated a perfect distance away from the humdrum of city limits but with a plethora of amenities right at its threshold and a great communal vibe, it isn't surprising that Weston is fast becoming a real estate hot spot.

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Listing information last updated on July 13th, 2024 at 6:30am MDT.

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