Davenport is a quite neighbourhood featuring modest single family houses, abundant access to public transit, and convenient access to downtown Toronto. The name Davenport is of Norman French origin: Dauen-port meaning "the town on the trickling stream".

This neighbourhood is bounded by the Railway Line on the South, Bathurst Street on the East, Davenport Road on the North and the CPR Railway Line on the West.

Notable Amenities at Davenport:

1. School and Education: 
Regal Road Junior Public School, Dovercourt Public School, St. Mary of the Angels Elementary, St. Bruno Elementary.

2. Food and Restaurants: Bakerbots BakingThe StockyardsBuk Chang Dong Soon TofuEmma’s Country KitchenLa Paloma Gelateria & CafeNorthwood (Bar and Cafe).

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Shops along Davenport Road and Dupont Street, Wallace Emerson Community Centre at 1260 Dufferin Street, Hillcrest Park at the north-west corner of Davenport Road and Christie Street, Melita Park and the South Park for children's playgrounds.

Getting to Davenport by Public Transit:

127 on Davenport Road - 47 on Landsdowne Avenue - 26 on Dupont Street - 29 and 329 on Dufferin Street - 161 on Dovercourt Road - 63 and 316 on Ossington Avenue - 126 on Christie Street - 7 and 310 on Bathurst Street