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South of the Kingsway lies the cozy little community of Sunnylea. Bloor St. West becomes the dividing line for two very different neighbourhoods. Sunnylea has a cottagey feel to it with homes surrounded by mature trees, lush gardens and green space tucked away all over. Residents can stroll through the neighbourhoods and eventually end up in the Kingsway Village for a selection of coffee shops, restaurants, pubs, fruits and vegetable markets and other popular local amenities such as the Crooked Cue, the Running Room and the Kingsway Theatre. Spend one day in Sunnylea and you’ll understand why once people move in, they never seem to move out.

Houses in Sunnylea

Houses in Sunnylea are quite the mixture. There are bungalows, back splits. Side splits, two storey, one and a half storey and Tudor homes. Most of the homes were built between the 1940’s and 1950’s although some of the original homes date back to the early 1900’s and even the late 1800’s.
Houses in Sunnylea are detached with private driveways and with parks, rivers, and other green space dotting the real estate landscape in Sunnylea, many homes can be found with a backyard that overlooks some form of nature.
Recent condo developments have begun to expand the residential base of Sunnylea but the area still attracts predominantly families looking for more real estate elbow room.

Schools in Sunnylea


Norseman Public School

Sunnylea Junior School

Park Lawn Junior Middle School

Our Lady of Sorrows (Catholic School)

Sainte-Margueritte-d’Youville (French-language Catholic School)

High School

Etobicoke Collegiate Institute (ECI)

Etobicoke School of the Arts

Bishop Allen Academy (Catholic School)

Recreation in Sunnylea

Residents of Sunnylea and fortunate to have two nearby community schools that offer scheduled in drop in programs for children, adults and seniors. The Norseman Community School has an indoor pool Parklawn School has an outdoor pool. Parklawn has a winter ice arena which becomes an outdoor tennis court in the summer. Other indoor programs are offered through Toronto Parks and Rec. Nestled in parts of Sunnylea are various parks which have tennis courts and playgrounds for the children along with some sports fields for recreational and organized play.

Shopping in Sunnylea

Shopping in Sunnylea can be done in Kingsway Village which runs along Bloor St. W. from Prince Edward all the way to Islington. Sunny shoppers will find a myriad of choices of children's stores, book shops, fruit and vegetable markets, high-end fashion shops, specialty stores, upscale restaurants, bakeries and all the favorite coffee shops. Running along the TTC subway line, there is something for everyone shopping in Sunnylea.

Festivals in Sunnylea

Sunnylea Family Fun Day - Usually held in the beginning of June, neighbours and friends get together to enjoy rides and activities for kids, BBQ, bake sales and silent auctions along with neighbourhood celebrities that will ocasionally pop by to join the fun. A great day in Sunnylea for everyone.

Since Sunnylea is just south of Bloor St. many of the events in Sunnylea are shared with The Kingsway. Please check out the Festivals in The Kingsway link for more Festivals in Sunnylea.