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Humber Summit

Part of the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, Humber Summit is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.


This part of the city will attract home buyers that use a diversity of methods of transportation. Thanks to a few nearby bus lines, the public transit system in Humber Summit is reasonably practical. Most houses for sale in this part of Toronto are located in places that are also conducive to walking; running daily errands is easy on foot. It is occasionally difficult to get around by bicycle in Humber Summit as there are a limited number of bike lanes, and bicycling is rendered strenuous by the often sloping topography.


A supermarket is ordinarily reachable within a short walk from any location in Humber Summit. In addition, a cafe is often just around the corner, and a small number of restaurants can be found in Humber Summit as well. As far as education is concerned, families will find that wherever their house is situated in this neighbourhood, schools and daycares are close by.


The character of Humber Summit is exemplified by its relaxed atmosphere. This neighbourhood is quiet, as there are generally low levels of noise from traffic. Lastly, greenery is present in this neighbourhood; public green spaces, including Thackeray Park and Rowntree Mills Park, are very well-located and there are about 10 of them nearby for residents to unwind in, which makes them very easy to reach. Moreover, residents will find that the majority of streets have reasonably good tree coverage.


Townhouses are the predominant housing type, representing around 45% of buildings in Humber Summit, and the rest of the dwellings are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and single detached homes. This part of the city is primarily composed of four or more bedroom and three bedroom homes. About 70% of the properties in the neighbourhood are occupied by homeowners and 30% are rented. Most of the housing growth in this neighbourhood occurred in the 1960s and 1970s.