Bounded by Dundas Street south, Islington Ave west to Kipling Ave. Known as “Toronto’s Village of Murals” with the best quality murals in the city – painted by artist extraordinaire, John Kuna. The murals depict the history of the neighbourhood.
Characterized by original post war Georgian, Colonial, English Cottage and Tudor style houses that still remain, Islington Village is seeing an increase in custom-built homes as well as both newer freehold townhomes. The area is known for its art and history is home to Arts Etobicoke, Creative Village, The Music Studio and Montgomery’s Inn. Specialty shops, cafes, and pubs dot the old shopping plaza along Dundas Street for a small town feel. Close to transit, including the redeveloping Six Points Interchange, highways makes travelling to Toronto's Downtown core a breeze. Many top-notch, schools and exclusive amenities such as Islington Golf Course, which runs through the middle of the neighbourhood are located in Islington Village.
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