Bayview Woods Real Estate
With a mix of classic styles, modern chic and a plethora of students from the University of Toronto, this thriving neighbourhood has a history of an upscale ambiance that it still upholds to this day. This neighbourhood is bordered by Steeles Avenue East to the north, Finch Avenue East to the south, Leslie Street to the east and Bayview Avenue to the west. Homes in the Bayview Woods will put you in a premier area with rich heritage.
Bayview Woods Homes
Bayview Woods is a middle-income neighbourhood with an equal amount of single detached homes as apartment buildings. Surprisingly, ownership rate is 60-percent which is well over the average neighbourhood in the city of Toronto. The history of Bayview Woods can be seen in the houses. The community is home to countless bungalows that have stayed within the style rules of the neighbourhood by using modernist styles. The attached garages, flat roofs and picture windows are what link the homes to their historical 1960s and 1970s construction roots.
Bayview Woods Transportation & Location
Due to the location and the neighbourhood's close proximity to curvilinear streets and ravines, it is not serviced by any subway stations. However, public transit is still accessible as there are buses that run along Bayview, Finch Avenue East, Cummer Street, Leslie Street and Steeles Avenue.
Bayview Woods Neighbourhood Guide
The community is made up of a large Chinese population. While English is still the dominant mother tongue, it is closely followed by Chinese, Mandarin and Cantonese. Bayview Woods is also home to a large Jewish community. Heading out to Bayview Village is always a great option. The atmosphere is beautiful and the décor is always a site to see. It is filled with stores, specialty boutiques and events that quite often take place for the passer-byers. If you're looking for just a quick stroll with no shopping, it also offers comfortable seating throughout with granite countertops so you can catch up on your latest read.
Notable Bayview Woods institutions include:
A.Y. Jackson Secondary School
Earl Haig Secondary School
Shops at Don Mills
The Promenade Shopping Centre
For those young residents who still want the convenience of the downtown nightlife, Bayview Avenue offers motorists direct access to Highway 401 which is a straight route to the downtown core.
6.5Pineway Public School Grades JK-060.642 km
7.3Steelesview Public School Grades JK-060.761 km
6.1Blessed Trinity Elementary1.523 km
5.4Cresthaven Public School Grades JK-061.554 km
8.2St Agnes Elementary1.677 km
- * School ratings provided by School Report Cards by the Fraser Institute (2014)
Could be a great fit for you? Here are some statistics to help you decide.
- 360 Total Households
- 928 Total Population
- 44 Average Age
- $76k Average Household Income
- Marital Status
Married (and not separated) 46.88%
Single (never legally married) 32.33%
Living common law 1.08%
- Top Religions
- Alexandra Park
- Baby Point
- Bathurst Manor
- Bathurst Quay
- Bay Street Corridor
- Bayview Village
- Bayview Woods - Steeles
- Bedford Park
- Bennington Heights
- Birch Cliff
- Black Creek
- Bloor West Village
- Bracondale Hill
- Briar Hill - Belgravia
- Bridle Path
- Broadview North
- Brockton Village
- Brookhaven - Amesbury