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    Renting a home in Scarborough Village | Guildwood

    Oftentimes, a neighbourhood’s proximity to Lake Ontario deeply affects its character, and Scarborough Village and Guildwood are no exception to this rule. These two side-by-side neighbourhoods are positioned along the northern shore of Lake Ontario, and just east of Bluffer’s Park Beach. Scarborough Village sits west of Guildwood Parkway and South Marine Park, with Guildwood reaching as far east as Grey Abbey Park.

    Besides the laid-back nature of the area, part of the draw for those interested in Scarborough Village and Guildwood condos for rent is its proximity to the waterfront. Residents have their pick between spending their days off at Guild Park and Gardens, South marine Park, and Sylvan Park, each of which is charming in its own right. For those who really want to explore the neighbourhood’s natural landscape, there’s even a trail that connects all three parks.

    The most whimsical of all — and the most historical — is without a doubt Guild Park and Gardens. The park sits on the former grounds of the Guild Inn, first an Arts and Crafts-style home and later a hotel and artist colony. While most of the 450-acres once owned by Rosa and Herbert Clark has since been sold to developers, a small portion of their land was left untouched, and is now operated by the City of Toronto’s Parks, Forestry, and Recreation Division.

    Thanks to Herbert Clark’s interest in architecture, the park is home to much more than walking trails and picnic spots. Clark also saved 19th and 20th century relics from Toronto’s Financial District, only to rehouse these objects throughout the Guild Park and Gardens. And best of all, the Friends of Guild Park and Gardens is an active organization that plans tons of events for members of the community to partake in.

    When it comes time to stock up on groceries, residents living in Scarborough Village condos for rent can find everything they need along Eglinton East, such as Metro, Walmart, and even a Beer Store. Guildwood residents, on the other hand, will find a grocery store as well as a Toronto Public Library branch and a post office.

    Condo Life in Scarborough Village | Guildwood

    Guildwood condos for rent are surprisingly hard to come by, especially after taking into consideration the large size of the neighbourhood. There are only 5 Guildwood condos in total, and another 8 next door in Scarborough Village.

    That said, it doesn’t get much better than living right next to Lake Ontario. Those attracted to Guildwood for its lakeside locale are encouraged to check out the Guildwood Townhomes, situated right beside South Marine Park. And with 150 homes in the condo, the chance of seeing one of these suites appear on the market every now and then is relatively high.

    As for high rises, these tend to be found closer to Kingston Road. Those who want to live close to as many restaurants and stores as possible should consider buildings like Gates of Guildwood Condos and Gates of Guildwood II Condos, or 8 Cromwell Road.


    While Guildwood condos for rent make the most sense for renters who drive, the neighbourhood is still accessible for those who don’t. Residents heading toward downtown Toronto can use the 116 Morningside bus in order to reach Kennedy Station, which connects the Scarborough line with the Bloor-Danforth line. The Guildwood GO Station also comes in handy for those who don’t want to deal with traffic: from there, it’s possible to reach Union Station in only 30 minutes.

    Drivers, on the other hand, can’t help but use Kingston Road regularly. A ride west on this road will land drivers at Woodbine Avenue, which offers access to Lake Shore Boulevard East. Alternatively, it’s possible to reach the 401 in just 10 minutes via an eastbound trip on Kingston Road.

    Scarborough Village | Guildwood Overview

    The Locals: They can’t get enough of the lake.

    Code of Conduct: For the most carefree ride into the city, residents can sit back, relax, and read a book on the GO Train.

    What You’ll Find: Relics from Toronto’s financial district, transported into a Scarbrough park.

    What You Won’t Find: Restaurants that require booking a table weeks ahead.

    The Homes: Single-family homes scattered with a few condos here and there.

    Sealing the Deal: The tranquil lakeside locale.