Park Paradise

Welcome To Eringate/Centennial/ West Deane

This neighbourhood located in central Etobicoke is a sought after neighbourhood for families and outdoor enthusiasts.  It is bordered by Pearson Airport to the north, Princess Rosethorne to the East, Mississauga to the west and Markland Wood/Etobicoke West Mall to the south. At the heart of this community is the sprawling 525 acre Centennial Park. The park is home to the Etobicoke Olympium which has world class swimming facilities, as well as a fitness club.  The park is also home to an indoor hockey area, a green house, a ski hill, a public golf course, batting cages, mini go carts, soccer pitches, disk golf, toboggan hills and a 2200 seat stadium with a playing field and track. People are drawn to this neighbourhood for it’s larger property sizes and highly rated schools, such as Michael Power (Catholic High School),Nativity of Our Lord (Catholic Elementary), Mother Cabrini (Catholic Elementary) Wellsworth Junior School (Public Elementary), Mill Valley Junior School (Public Elementary) and Holly Crest Middle School (Public Middle School and High Performance.  The West Dean neighbourhood has a large park running through it as well, which follows the Mimico Creek Ravine.  The lot sizes here are also generous, with most homes being built in the 1960’s.

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Location of Eringate-Centennial-West Deane

This neighbourhood is excellent proximity to a few commuter routes – Hwy 401 as well as the Hwy 427 and Hwy 27. The Eglinton Cross Town Extension runs from the north west corner of Centennial Park at Eglinton Renforth along Eglinton to tie into the transit system.

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The property sizes – ample lot sizes with driveways and sidewalks. 


Night life is lacking.  No one moves here for the nightlife.


The parks – there is so much to do and see in all of the parks in this area.


Property maintenance and pride of ownership.  If you are not accustomed to keeping a pristine property, it may seem like a lot of work to maintain the standards of the rest of the community.


The schools are some of the top rated in Toronto.  From smaller schools, to high performance to a highly rates Catholic school system and alternative, this neighbourhood has them all.


Airport is very close which is great for frequent flyers.  But flight paths can change due to stormy conditions so you may see flights some days.


Mix of types of houses. From bungalows, to side splits to newer builds on spacious lots, you can find a home to suit your lifestyle. 


Commuter corridors are very close.  You have no excuse to not zip downtown or head north when you want to relax in your own yard.


The condo’s here are large.  Many were built in the 70’s and are much more spacious than the newer builds.


The architecture.  If you are looking for brownstones or historical homes similar to downtown you will rarely find them here.

Home Styles In The Area

The majority of homes were built in the 1960’s.  From ranch bungalows to side splits and back splits you will find a good mix of early 1960’s styles here.  There has been a focus on tearing down rebuilding, particularly in the West Dean neighbourhood and along the ravine corridors, where you will find much larger, modern homes. In the 1980’s infill neighbourhoods were created that back onto Centennial Park, north of Rathburn and west of Renforth. This neighbourhood offers some detached and semi detached 2 story homes as well.



Bungalows. Bungalows are a common theme in this neighbourhood.  They were built in a time where spacious lots were common and homes could spread out with room on either side for walkways between properties.  Driveways and garages are abundant.



Similar to the bungalow, sidesplits and back splits are common here.  The back split can be deceiving as they appear to be small bunglaows.  But once inside, middle floors between the main floor and basements give way to bonus family rooms and offices, similar to side splits. There are many mid- century gems to be found throughout this neighbourhood (and the rest of Etobicoke). Many remain untouched and families work to preserve the mid century charm while adding modern touches.


Recent Builds

In addition to some neighbourhood infills of the 80’s, the area is has many newer homes that have been built in place of the bungalows due to their generous lots.  With many styles fitting into these tree lines neighbourhoods, it is not uncommon to see farmhouse style 2 stories, and large extravagant homes with all of today’s modern conveniences built in.


Eringate-Centennial -West Deane offers some of the best schools in Etobicoke.

Michael Power is one of the most esteemed high schools in Etobicoke.  It has just under 200 students.  It is known for its athletic teams and high standards of excellence. 

Hollycrest is a middle school for grades 6-8 and is also a high performance school for students outside of the catchment. It serves just under 500 students.

This is a smaller elementary school of under 200 students.  It runs Jk to grade 5.

Mill Valley is a small elementary school with under 200 students.  It serves JK to grade 5.  It has an onsite daycare and before and after school care.

Nativity is a Catholic school. It runs from Jk to grade 8. The school is on the grounds of Nativity of Our Lord Church. It is a popular school in the neighbourhood and a feeder school to Michael Power High School.

Seneca School serves children K- Grade 8 with developmental disabilities.  Seneca School is located conveniently beside the Olympium on the edge of Cenetennial park.

Mother Cabrini serves Jk to grade 8 and is also part of the Toronto Catholic School Board.  It is a feeder school for Michael Power as well.

Josyf Cardinal runs Jk to grade 8 and is grounded in the foundations of Eastern Rite religious traditions, Ukrainian heritage, language and culture.

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