Woodbine Gardens

Woodbine Gardens ... located south of Topham Park (they border on St.Clair) is bordered to the south by Taylor-Massey Creek (Don). The houses range from bungalows, two story houses all the way to high-rise affordable housing units. The high rise units which oversee the former golf course give onlookers a view at the relatively large properties in the area. Replica Rolex Magic Gold are going to be restricted to only 200 pieces and is priced about $300,Rolex sports watches for example the fake Submariner, have a look at these amazing collections of some passionate Rolex fans as found on . available with or without the need of a diamond-set bezel.In Hong Kong I talked to watches1986 in regards to the new replica watches Organization.

History

he Woodbine Gardens neighbourhood is located on the former site of the Woodbine Golf and Country Club which operated at this location during the 1930's. The Woodbine clubhouse was situated where Glenwood Crescent is today.Parkview Hills residents enjoy exclusive bus service along Parkview Hills Crescent that connects passengers to the Woodbine station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

 

Motorists can access the Don Valley Parkway in five to ten minutes. The Don Valley Parkway provides quick and easy access to the downtown core and the commuter highways north of the city.

 

In 1932 the Woodbine Bridge was built across the Don Valley Ravine at a cost of two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. This bridge paved the way for the future development of Woodbine Gardens. The first house built in this neighbourhood was the Mary Pickford Bungalow situated at 90 Glenwood Crescent. This house was built in 1943 to raise money for the Canadian war effort. A raffle was held for the Pickford bungalow with tickets selling for only $1.00 a share. Mary Pickford, the Toronto-born Hollywood screen star, donated her time and money to this patriotic cause.

 

The building of the Woodbine Gardens subdivision in the early 1950's was a major engineering feat. Water courses had to be rerouted underground and 500,000 cubic yards of soil were removed in order to level many of the hills in this area. Woodbine Gardens houses which originally sold for between $14,000 and $19,000.

 

Ed Note: The Woodbine Bridge is one of Toronto's largest bridges. It measures eight hundred and ten feet long and forty-six feet wide.

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Taylor Creek Park, located at the south end of this neighbourhood, is a picturesque woodland and wetland valley that is perfect for walking and exploring nature. Taylor Creek Park is part of a ten kilometre walking trail that stretches from Warden Avenue in the east to Edwards Gardens at the west end of the trail. Access points to Taylor Creek Park are located throughout this neighbourhood.

 

George Webster Park, situated along Chapman Avenue has baseball diamonds, sports fields and a children's playground. There is also an outdoor natural ice rink that operates at this park during the wintertime. Donora Park, located east of Dawes Road, has a tots playground. The moderate size hills in this park are good for tobogganing in the wintertime.

 

The Dawes Road branch of the East York public library is located at 416 Dawes Road. This library offers a variety of programs for children.The Woodbine Gardens neighbourhood is located on the former site of the Woodbine Golf and Country Club which operated at this location during the 1930's. The Woodbine clubhouse was situated where Glenwood Crescent is today.Parkview Hills residents enjoy exclusive bus service along Parkview Hills Crescent that connects passengers to the Woodbine station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

 

Motorists can access the Don Valley Parkway in five to ten minutes. The Don Valley Parkway provides quick and easy access to the downtown core and the commuter highways north of the city.

 

In 1932 the Woodbine Bridge was built across the Don Valley Ravine at a cost of two hundred and seventy five thousand dollars. This bridge paved the way for the future development of Woodbine Gardens. The first house built in this neighbourhood was the Mary Pickford Bungalow situated at 90 Glenwood Crescent. This house was built in 1943 to raise money for the Canadian war effort. A raffle was held for the Pickford bungalow with tickets selling for only $1.00 a share. Mary Pickford, the Toronto-born Hollywood screen star, donated her time and money to this patriotic cause.

 

The building of the Woodbine Gardens subdivision in the early 1950's was a major engineering feat. Water courses had to be rerouted underground and 500,000 cubic yards of soil were removed in order to level many of the hills in this area. Woodbine Gardens houses which originally sold for between $14,000 and $19,000.

 

Ed Note: The Woodbine Bridge is one of Toronto's largest bridges. It measures eight hundred and ten feet long and forty-six feet wide.

 

When you drive through Woodbine Gardens with its hills and dales and winding and sloping crescents it is easy to envision the fact that this neighbourhood was once an attractive golf course. The wonderful geography of the Woodbine Gardens neighbourhood is further complemented by Taylor Creek Park which wraps itself around the southern reaches of this neighbourhood.

Transportation

This neighbourhood is served by bus lines on Woodbine, Victoria Park and St. Clair Avenues as well as on Dawes Road, Ferris Road and Rexleigh Drive. These bus routes connect to either the Coxwell, Main, Woodbine, or Victoria Park subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

 

Motorists are approximately five minutes from the Don Valley Parkway on-ramp at O'Connor and Don Mills Road. This highway provides motorists with quick access to the down town core as well as connecting routes to the major highways north of the city.

Government

• MP Matthew Kellway (Beaches-East York)

 

 • MPP Arthur Potts (Beaches-East York)

 

 • Councillor Janet Davis (Ward 31 Beaches-East York)

GUIDO C. PERCIASEPE ABR
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Forest Hill Signature Branch 
1440 Don Mills Rd #108
Toronto, ON M3B 3M1


Tel: 416.929.4343