Popular with young families, this neighbourhood’s biggest draw is the Allenby Public School, which opened in 1927! Built around its French Immersion program for students in grades one through six, this school has an excellent reputation. Allenby residents enjoy close access to the Belt Line Trail, a seven-kilometre leisure and exercise path that winds through the city.

You will mainly find Tudor-style homes built in the 1930’s and 1940’s, many of which have been renovated yet maintain their original character. Overall, lot sizes are above-average with 25' - 35' frontages and either mutual or private driveways.
(P) Allenby Jr. | (P) Glenview Sr. | (PH) Forest Hill Collegiate Institute | (PH) North Toronto Collegiate Institute | (PR) Havergal College | (PR) St. Clement’s School | (CH) Marshall McLuhan Catholic School
Regular bus service on Eglinton Avenue and Avenue Road connect passengers to the Eglinton station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. Drivers are 10-15 minutes from the Allen Expressway and approximately 15 minutes to the Avenue Road on ramp to Highway 401. Toronto’s downtown business and entertainment districts are within a 20-minute drive of this neighbourhood.

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