Often called Emery, Humbermede is a Toronto neighbourhood along the Humber River where it's name derives from. This is one of Toronto's most culturally diverse neighbourhood with a local high school that has students from 45 different cultural backgrounds. Homes in this area date back to mostly the 1960's, mostly bungalow and two story solid brick semi-detached homes, all with private driveways and most also have a garage.

This neighbourhood is bordered by Sheppard Avenue West on the South, Hwy400 on the East, Finch Avenue West on the North and the Humber River on the West.

Notable Amenities at Humbermede

1. School and Education:  Daystrom Public School, Emery Collegiate Institute, Gulfstream Public School, St. Jude Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Pho Dau Bo RestaurantPlaza LatinaBrar Sweets & RestaurantHakka No. 1Bangali Sweet HouseDrupati’s Doubles & Roti ShopAutentica Spanish Food and EmpanadasGolden Joy Hakka Restaurant.

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Food connoisseur who wish to have a sample of a variety of foods from around the world is in luck living at Humbermede. The strip malls on Finch Avenue and Weston Road are lined with food shops and restaurants that specialize in East and West Indian, African, Jamaican, Asian, European, Italian and Spanish foods. Additionally, residents can access the West Humber parkland, the Habitant Arena, and the Woodview Park public library.

Getting to Humbermede by Public Transit

36 and 309 on Finch Avenue West - 165 on Weston Road - 84 and 99 on Arrow Road - 84 on Sheppard Avenue West and Rivalda Road

Humbermede Real Estate

Current Homes for Sale on Toronto MLS at Humbermede