What to know and love about this Toronto neighbourhood
Newtonbrook East is a pleasant neighbourhood in North York. It is located east of Yonge and north of Finch Avenue. The area has stunning historic parkland including Newtonbrook Park, the Don River to the east, and parkland in Bayview Woods. G Ross Lord Park in Newtonbrook West has some of the most beautiful scenery in North York, with a large pond, soccer fields, and winding trials. There are many more recreation opportunities throughout the neighbourhood, including gorgeous parks, community centres, and fantastic schools.
Newtonbrook also boasts the expansive Centerpoint Mall, and even more shopping along Yonge Street and Steeles Avenue West. The residential streets in Newtonbrook include quaint single family homes, luxury townhomes, and modern condos for sale. Newtonbrook is a peaceful and scenic neighbourhood residents are happy to call home.
All the parks in Newtonbrook. The parks allow space for neighbours to relax, play, and meet each other. Moore Park, Harryetta Gardens, Goulding Park, and so many more all add playgrounds, community activities, ravines and ponds to the area. It’s rare to find a place with access to shopping and restaurants so close to nature. The beauty of Newtonbrook is no longer a secret, since Toronto real estate agents are introducing more condo buyers to the benefits of living in this serene neighbourhood.
Real estate in Newtonbrook is most popular with working age people between age 25-64. There are also eleven percent more seniors in the area compared to other areas in Toronto.
Local Insight: “I love jogging through Newtonbrook Park along the river. It's a great way to start the day!"
What to Expect: Convenient location to outdoor space and transit. There are dozens of parks, including interconnected parks along the Don River. Hiking along the trails in Newtonbrook is truly a delight for residents and visitors. For commuting to and from the neighbourhood, the TTC is accessible with Finch subway station and bus terminal in walking distance. Streetcars and buses run through Newtonbrook as well, including along Bathurst, Yonge, Drewry, Bayview and Willowdale. For drivers, Highway 401 is less than fifteen minutes away.
What NOT to Expect: The area is largely residential and parkland. If you want to live in a fast-paced Toronto core, Newtonbrook might not be your top choice.
A Day in the Life: Wake up to panoramic views of the neighbourhood from your Newtonbrook condo. Walk next door with to get an iced tea and a scone for breakfast. Then, head to your Saturday Taekwondo family class with the kids. After sparring, have a bite to eat at a relaxed family restaurant. Then walk through the park and take some group pictures along the river. Let the kids play on the playground while you relax with a cool drink. As the evening rolls around its time for dinner down the street. Meet up with your friends at their place for a movie night, then walk home to your condo.