If you want a kingly view in this Etobicoke neighbourhood, you’ll have to own one of the houses that backs on to Weston Golf & Country Club… or you’ll need to really appreciate infrastructure.
Banded to the north by the 401 and to the south by Dixon Rd, this family neighbourhood is a great starting point for car owners who commute to work. And with daycares, schools in the public and catholic boards, and several large green spaces, condos for rent in Kingsview Village provide a quiet home for growing families.
Dixon Rd is the busiest street in the neighbourhood, hosting a small selection of restaurants — well known chains like Tim Hortons — as well as service based businesses such as salons, financial institutions, travel agencies, and retail stores. Additional dining and shopping options can be found to the north and south of the neighbourhood.
Kingsview Village condos for rent can be found in traditional high-rise and low-rise buildings, and a townhouse complex — currently, there are 7 buildings in the neighbourhood.
If you’re interested in Toronto condos for rent in one of the traditional high-rises, the living experience is similar in all buildings — suite sizes are large, and you can expect pools to be included in amenities; Islington 2000 Condos has the largest units, with suite sizes that range from roughly 1500 square feet to 3500.
Townhouses and low-rise condos don’t come with amenities, but offer a more private living experience. Regardless of the building, the cost of rent varies quite a bit here, but generally speaking, you get a little more bang for your buck with condos for rent Kingsview Village.
Kingsview Village isn’t a great area for those who love to run errands on foot. Public transit isn’t all that impressive either, as there are only a few bus routes in the neighbourhood. Driving is the preferred method of getting around here, and car owners can reach the 401 in mere minutes.