Allenby is one of the most popular of neighbourhoods in Toronto – especially for young families – most notably because it is an outstanding school district! Allenby Public School (which opened in 1927) has a wonderful French Immersion program and is ranked amongst the top schools in Toronto. Additionally wonderful features of living in this beautiful family oriented neighbourhood is its proximity to the many shops, cafes and restaurants on Eglinton Avenue. Adjacent to Chapin Estates to the South and Lytton Park to the North, this neighbourhood also has a wonderful collection of parks and the ever busy Beltline Trail.
Charming Tudor Style
Though the neighbourhood homes were built originally in the Tudor style of the 1930’s/1940’s, the neighbourhood continues to thrive with many of the homes having been rebuilt in more modern styles.
Adventures in Allenby – the Eglinton Way
A stroll down to Eglinton Avenue to pick up a coffee at the local Starbucks, Second Cup or Lava; dropping clothing at the cleaners – Ashford’s or Pure; a walk along the belt-line; a visit to the Larry Grossman Memorial Arena to watch a child’s hockey game; dinner with family and friends at Chan’s.
- Kay Gardiner Beltline
- Memorial Park
SHOPS & SERVICES:
- Ashford’s Cleaners