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Stonegate – Queensway

The Stonegate neighbourhood encompasses three communities: Sunnylea, Norseman, and The Queensway. As is true with much of West Toronto, Stonegate real estate offers a more laidback suburban environment with reputable schools, making it an especially desirable neighbourhood for young families.

Home prices in Stonegate – Queensway vary. Here is what a home typically sells for in each community (Sourced TREB July 2018 – March 6, 2019):

Sunnylea: $1,564,742 (Detached)
Norseman: $1,335,814 (Detached)
The Queensway: $989,343 (Detached)

The Basics

  • Charming, picturesque communities offering a variety of housing appealing to families, couples and seniors alike.
  • Visit Mamma Martino’s for traditional and affordable Italian meals
  • Tom’s Dairy Freeze is one of Toronto’s best place for soft-serve cones
  • Kingsway Village offers nearby shopping and amenities for all your needs
  • Excellent selection of public and private schools



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Thanks to its suburban feel, Sunnylea attracts a high number of young and established families. Large yards and nearby parks provide ample space for kids to play, while Sunnylea Public School’s high EQAO scores add to the community’s allure for families with school-age children.


Residents have access to Islington Station and Royal York Station at the northern end of the neighbourhood, while motorists can easily access the Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard, and Highway 427.

While the neighbourhood is relatively walkable, you’ll need a vehicle for running errands or larger shopping trips to nearby box stores such as Costco or IKEA, located south of Sunnylea.


The neighbourhood’s proximity to both Bloor Street West and The Kingsway allow for convenient shopping, dining, and entertainment for the entire family. Parks dot the entire Stonegate area, but Sunnylea Park is the go-to spot for locals in this community. The park features a playground, a wading pool, and an outdoor tennis court.

We recommend marking your calendar for the community’s most popular family-friendly event of the year: Taste of the Kingsway! For three days of the year, the festival takes over Bloor Street West from Prince Edward Drive to Montgomery Road with food, music, entertainment, and more.

Real Estate

With spacious lots and driveways, Sunnylea real estate feels quite suburban for a neighbourhood in the city. Large detached single-family homes are the majority here, most of which were built in the 1940s and 1950s and retain their Tudor-style charm. With the help of the local Thompson Orchard Community Association, zoning by-laws are in place to retain the character of the neighbourhood.


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Norseman is a friendly, community-focused neighbourhood in the midst of change. Set in a more quiet and accessible area outside of the downtown core, Norseman has seen an influx of young families coming to the area for the great schools, parks, and amenities.


Commuters and motorists alike can easily travel to the downtown core, outside of the neighbourhood, or to the nearby IKEA and Costco. Islington Station and Royal York Station are nearby on Bloor Street West, and the Gardiner Expressway, Lake Shore Boulevard, and Highway 427 are only minutes away.


The Norseman Community Centre (located in the Norseman Community School) features a swimming pool with recreational and class programs with great swim instructors. For outdoor fun, Fairfield Park features a splash pad, a natural ice skating rink, a playground, and green space for picnics or playing. Nearby, the Fairfield Seniors’ Centre provides children and older adults with an array of programs and classes, including arts and music programs, camps, and fitness classes.

Real Estate

Norseman real estate is a mix of old and new; you’ll find a lot of older detached bungalows with some large 2-storey new builds throughout the community.

The Queensway

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Named after the major street that runs through the community, The Queensway is a commuter’s dream. A bit more suburban than its neighbouring communities, The Queensway is most attractive to singles and professionals who travel downtown to work, but want to come home to a neighbourhood with more greenery and recreational opportunities.


Getting around and out of the neighbourhood is easiest with a car, as The Queensway, Lake Shore Boulevard, and Gardiner Expressway are right outside your door. The two nearest subway stations are Kipling Station and Islington Station, which you can reach via bus routes on Royal York Road or Islington Avenue.


Is it movie night? Head over to the historic Kingsway Theatre, an updated theatre from 1939, for blockbusters, documentaries, and foreign films. For a breath of fresh air, visit Queensway Park. Located just north of The Queensway, this park includes a baseball diamond, a tennis court, a playground, and plenty of space to play or picnic. Or, you can make your way down to the lakefront to enjoy the waterfront biking and walking trails, water sports, and views of Lake Ontario.

Real Estate

Convenience is key for a lot of Queensway residents, so you’ll find many condo developments and townhouses in the neighbourhood. In terms of freehold homes, there are mostly bungalows and 1.5-storey houses, many of which have larger lots and driveways.


School Fraser Institute Score Address
Sunnylea Junior School Unavailable 35 Glenroy Avenue
Lambton Kingsway Junior Middle School 8.7 525 Prince Edward Drive
Norseman Junior Middle School 8.0 105 Norseman Street
Parklawn Junior Middle School 8.1 71 Ballacaine Drive
Étienne Brûlé Junior School Unavailable 50 Cloverhill Road
Etobicoke Collegiate Institute 7.7 82 Montgomery Road
Etobicoke School of the Arts 8.6 675 Royal York Blvd.
Karen Kain School of the Arts Unavailable 60 Berl Avenue
School Fraser Institute Score Address
Our Lady of Sorrows 8.4 32 Montgomery Road
St. Mark 6.4 45 Cloverhill Road
St. Louis 6.7 11 Morgan Avenue
Holy Angels 7.5 65 Jutland Road
Bishop Allen Academy 7.1 721 Royal York Road
School Fraser Institute Score Address
École Élémentaire Catholique Sainte-Marguerite-D'youville Unavailable 755 Royal York Road

Local Gems

École élémentaire catholique Sainte-Marguerite-d’Youville

755 Royal York Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Toronto Humber Yacht Club

100 Humber Valley Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Park Lawn Outdoor Pool

330 Park Lawn Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Ontario Food Terminal Board

165 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Brentwood Public Library

36 Brentwood Road North, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Ma Maison

4243 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Lambton-Kingsway Outdoor Pool

37 Marquis Avenue, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Park Lawn Outdoor Pool

330 Park Lawn Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

Azarias Restaurant

3058 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Black Angus Steakhouse

3250 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Goodlife Fitness – Shipp Centre

3280 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Tom’s Dairy Freeze

630 The Queensway, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

The Crooked Cue

3056 Bloor St. W.

Old Mill Inn

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Old Mill Tea Room

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Old Mill Inn & Spa

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Sunnylea Park

195 Prince Edward Drive South, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Queensway Park

8 Avon Park Drive, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Kingsway Theatre

3030 Bloor Street West, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Fairfield Seniors’ Centre

80 Lothian Avenue, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Fairfield Park

90 Lothian Avenue, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Norseman Community Centre

105 Norseman Street, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Sunnylea Junior School

35 Glenroy Avenue, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

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