David Ortino, M.B.A.
1060 Sheppard Ave W
Comm #103
Toronto, ON M3J 0G7 Phone: 416-222-7653 Mobile: 647-260-4350 Email David

Our Listings



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103 Dalegrove Cres
West Deane Park $888,000 Bungalow Residential
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6 Saffron Cres
Etobicoke $785,000 Single Story Residential
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W6 Etobicoke $1,399,000 "1400-1599" Single Story Condominium
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W06 Mimico $1,198,800 1,440 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
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Centennial Rathburn/West Mall $849,000 2 Storey Residential
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W2 Etobicoke $799,900 "1000-1199" Single Story Condominium
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w10 West Humber-Clairville Etobicoke $779,000 Single Story Residential
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C01 Bloor/Kipling $750,000 Single Story Condominium
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06 South Etobicoke $749,900 "1000+" Single Story Condominium
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(New Construction)
Etobicoke $500,000 Townhouse Residential
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W8 Etobicoke $498,000 950 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
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W8 South Etobicoke $469,900 "700-799" Single Story Condominium
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(New Construction)
Edenbridge/North Drive $429,421 Single Story Condominium
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W6 Mimico $399,900 645 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
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(New Construction)
Burnhamthorpe Gardens $346,000 Apartment Condominium
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Our Listings



<< Prev  1  2  Next >>
PhotoAddressLocationNeighborhoodPriceSizeStyleType
20 photos
103 Dalegrove Cres
West Deane Park $888,000 Bungalow Residential
8 photos
6 Saffron Cres
Etobicoke $785,000 Single Story Residential
20 photos
W6 Etobicoke $1,399,000 "1400-1599" Single Story Condominium
19 photos
W06 Mimico $1,198,800 1,440 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
14 photos
Centennial Rathburn/West Mall $849,000 2 Storey Residential
12 photos
W2 Etobicoke $799,900 "1000-1199" Single Story Condominium
21 photos
w10 West Humber-Clairville Etobicoke $779,000 Single Story Residential
20 photos
C01 Bloor/Kipling $750,000 Single Story Condominium
19 photos
06 South Etobicoke $749,900 "1000+" Single Story Condominium
3 photos
(New Construction)
Etobicoke $500,000 Townhouse Residential
18 photos
W8 Etobicoke $498,000 950 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
10 photos
W8 South Etobicoke $469,900 "700-799" Single Story Condominium
7 photos
(New Construction)
Edenbridge/North Drive $429,421 Single Story Condominium
8 photos
W6 Mimico $399,900 645 sq. ft. Single Story Condominium
6 photos
(New Construction)
Burnhamthorpe Gardens $346,000 Apartment Condominium
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The trademarks MLS®, Multiple Listing Service® and the associated logos are owned by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) and identify the quality of services provided by real estate professionals who are members of CREA.


WELCOME TO THE KINGSWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

 

KINGSWAY Information

The Kingsway is a visionary neighbourhood first planned by Robert Home Smith in the early 1900s. Many of the homes in this idyllic setting provide an excellent architectural style of the era including stone exteriors, and half-timber designs on streets lined with majestic trees. Home Smith was truly successful in his lofty ideal to establish an English style garden suburb of the highest integrity and beauty: “a little bit of England far from England”.

  

Today The Kingsway is the premier neighbourhood in Toronto's west end, nestled in the idyllic forest setting of the Humber River Valley. This well planned community was designed for families. The houses and properties are a good size, the streets are pedestrian friendly, and the schools, shopping, churches, and recreation are all within walking distance. The Kingsway streets are lined with majestic oak and maple trees that provide the perfect backdrop for the stately homes that grace this neighbourhood.

The centre medians along Bloor Street in the Kingsway are truly unique with lighted trees, distinctive flags and beautiful flowers. Wrought iron benches, waste receptacles and coach lanterns add a decorative flair to the area, as do the distinct flags and banners and graceful flower gardens. The Coach Lantern Logos adorning the hydro poles help light the night sky and provide a warm ambiance, welcoming visitors to the Kingsway.

 
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The annual Taste of The Kingsway Festival, held in September along Bloor Street West (from Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Road), is a food and entertainment extravaganza with plenty of fun activities for everybody. Over 30 Kingsway restaurants serve delicious samples of International cuisines, beer and wine. There is a fashion show, a dog show, a boxing ring, Harvest Market, artisans and crafters pavilions, clowns, a midway and face painters for the children, merchant demonstrations, community exhibits, featured performers, and much more. The very active Business Improvement Area is committed to bringing these types of events to the community, and its latest program provides matching funds towards the redesign, renovation or restoration of commercial building facades to improve their appearance and the streetscapes – hence, a more welcoming environment to work, shop and live.

The Kingsway houses located between Kingsway Crescent and Royal York Road, and from Bloor Street north to Kings Garden Road were developed as part of a separate plan of subdivision called “Kingsway Park”. These houses include some of the finest examples of Old English classical and vernacular architecture in Toronto. Many homes in The Kingway feature handsome stone exteriors, intricate tapestry brick patterns, and elaborate stucco and half timbering designs. These homes also feature solid oak doors, leaded glass windows, fanciful bay and oriel windows, and decorative wrought iron railings and porch lamps. The Kingsway's oldest houses, some excellent examples of Victorian and Edwardian architecture, are located along Government Road near Dundas Street.

 
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The gentrified Kingsway Village shopping district on Bloor Street West has an excellent mix of small specialty shops, chain stores, restaurants and professional and medical services. The village theme for this shopping district is a natural extension of the neighbourhood.

Dundas Street West at the north end of the Kingsway is a more casual version of the aforementioned Kingsway Village shopping district. Most of the shopping here is located in strip plazas and includes a number of home furnishing/design and landscaping shops. There are also some interesting hobby and craft stores, an antique store and an art gallery. The Kingsway Mills outdoor shopping plaza at 4242 Dundas Street West is a collection of small chain stores, specialty shops, and a fine food store.

There is an abundance of green spaces and recreation in the neighbourhood. The Etobicoke Memorial Pool and Health Club located at 44 Montgomery Road offers a myriad of aerobic and aqua fit programs for adults. Next door to the pool and health club is the Central Arena which offers public skating and organized ice and ball hockey leagues for children and adults. Central Park located off Islington south of Dundas, is the home of the Etobicoke Lawn Bowling Club which includes two bowling greens, and also has tennis courts and a large baseball diamond. Home Smith Park accessed off Dundas Street follows the Humber River and is part of a 10 kilometre paved trail that links cyclists, in-line skaters, walkers, and joggers to the Martin Goodman Trail on Toronto's waterfront.

 
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Most Kingsway residents can walk to either the Royal York or Islington subway stations on Bloor Street. These stations are part of the Bloor-Danforth subway line. The Islington station is also a connecting route for the Mississauga Transit system as well as providing an express bus service to Pearson International airport. Motorists are approximately twenty minutes from downtown Toronto's business and entertainment districts via either Bloor Street, or Lakeshore Boulevard. The airport is approximately a ten minute drive from The Kingsway.

 

THE KINGSWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD MAP

 

THE KINGSWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD RESTAURENTS

 

Restaurants, Cafes & Bars

 
Big Papa2982 Bloor St. W.416-207-1888
Caffe Demetre2962 Bloor St. W.416-234-2233
Casa Barcelona  2980 Bloor St. W. 416-234-5858
Chutney's Fine Indian Cuisine3077 Bloor St. W. 416-231-9655
Crème de la Crème Cafe 2991 Bloor St. W. 416-237-9414
Crooked Cue, The 3056 Bloor St. W. 416-236-7736
Cru Restaurant946 Royal York Rd.416-237-1282
Emerald Inn3073 Bloor St. W.416-236-4586
Gabby's Grill & Tap 2899 Bloor St. W. 416-234-2899
Green Mango 3006 Bloor St. W. 416-233-5004
Henry The VIII3078 Bloor St. W.416-237-1444
Hob Nob Donut Shop 2947 Bloor St. W. 416-237-1523
Hong Kong Gardens Restaurant2993 Bloor St. W. 416-239-2969
Just Greek 3004 Bloor St. W. 416-239-5000
Kingsway Fish & Chips 3060 Bloor St. W. 416-233-3355
Magic Spot Burgers 2973 Bloor St. W. 416-233-4244
Merlot Restaurant 2994 Bloor St. W. 416-236-0081
Momiji Sushi Bar & Grill2955 Bloor St. W.
My Thai Kitchen 3080 Bloor St. W. 416-233-2218
Old Sod, The 2936 Bloor St. W. 416-239-3812
On the Rocks2956 Bloor St. W.416-915-2665
Ottimo Ristorante & Pizzeria 3075 Bloor St. W. 416-236-8291
Pâtisserie Saint Honoré Ltd.2945 Bloor St. W. N/A
Romi's Pizza & Ristorante 3062 Bloor St. W. 416-233-5885
Second Cup 3012 Bloor St. W. 416-236-2278
Sempre Pizza & Pasta 3038 Bloor St. W. 416-234-8677
Starbucks Coffee Canada Inc. (at Grenview) 2940 Bloor St. W. 416-236-9191
Starbucks Coffee Canada Inc. (at Thompson)3081 Bloor St. W.416-231-6116
Subway3016 Bloor St. W.416-239-2741
Sushi 2 GO2976 Bloor St. W.416-232-9030
Swiss Chalet 2955 Bloor St. W. 416-233-4573
Thai Queen Restaurant3058 Bloor St. W. 416-237-1700
Tim Hortons3071 Bloor St. W.416-207-9433
Timothy's World Coffee3015 Bloor St. W.416-239-4531
Tony Pistola's Trattoria & Marketta 2982 Bloor St. W. 416-207-1888
ViBo Restaurant 2995 Bloor St. W. 416-239-1286

THE KINGSWAY NEIGHBOURHOOD EVENTS  

THE ANNUAL CAVALCADE OF LIGHTS WILL BE RETURNING NOVEMBER 2007

 THE ANNUAL PUMPKIN FEST WILL DAZZLE PEOPLE OF ALL AGES RETURNING OCTOBER 2007

 

TASTE OF THE KINGSWAY FESTIVAL WILL BE RETURNING IN SEPTEMBER 2007

  

COMING IN JUNE IS THE SUMMER SIDEWALK FESTIVAL 

  • Food
  • exhibits
  • Jazz Bands
  • Midway rides
  • Clowns
  • Face Painters
  • Crafts and so much more

    COMING IN 2008 EASTER BUNNYLAND, MOTHER'S DAY PROMO AND OTHER FESTIVITIES!

    IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS IN REGARDS TO PURCHASING A HOME OR SELLING A HOME IN THE KINGSWAY AREA CONTACT US!

    THE TIME HAS COME TO MOVE INTO THE KINGSWAY !!!