I'm kicking off my brand new Neighbourhood Spotlight series with a highlight on my local neighbourhood for over three decades, Guildwood Village.
Nestled between the Scarborough Bluffs to the south, Kingston Road and the CN rail tracks to the north, Grey Abbey Trail to the east and Scarborough Golf Club to the west, Guildwood is a small residential neighbourhood full of unique homes, scenic views, parks, great schools, and a real community feel.
Check out my take on Guildwood's best features and property stats below!
Best Neighbourhood Features
Mature tree-lined streets with a mix of unique mid-century era detached, semi-detached, and split-level homes on well-sized property lots. Hidden cul-de-sacs and winding roads add charm to the neighbourhood.
The modernized Guildwood GO station makes commuting to and from the core a breeze, with both commuter and express trains running frequently, and local bus routes connect the neighbourhood to TTC Subways
The Scarborough Bluffs form the southern edge of the neighbourhood, with stunning views of Lake Ontario, and nature trails winding down to a walking path at the water’s edge
The Scarborough Bluffs
The Guild Park and Gardens are home to the recently renovated Guild Inn Estate, now a restaurant and event space. It is home to more than 60 architectural pieces from demolished Toronto buildings. Founded in 1932 as 'The Guild of All Arts' it was a retreat for artists and craftsmen, and later on used as an official Naval base and a specialized military hospital during WWII
Has 3 public schools that collectively cover Kindergarten to grade 12, as well as a Catholic secondary school
The Greek Theatre, at The Guildwood Village Park & Gardens
Guildwood Village Market Activity
Here's a look at property sales in Guildwood Village in February 2021:
Looking to buy or sell in Guildwood Village? Please reach out to me!