Kingsview Village is a family oriented neighbourhood home to a multiculturally diversed community originally settled by people from the British Isles but now includes sizable Somali, Asian, South Asain, and Islam population. Real estate in this neighbourhood ranges from single family homes to high rises.

The boundaries of this neighbourhood are: Dixon Road on the South and The Weston Golf & Country Club and the 401 Highway on the East-North-West.

Notable Amenities at Kingsview Village are:

1. Schools: Schools within the neighbourhood include: Kingsview Village Junior School, School of Experiential Education, St. Maurice Catholic School, and Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School

2. Restaurants: Visit the "absolutely best fish & chip joint in Toronto" at Martingrove Fish & Chip; "the reason you intentionally forget your lunch" at Golden Asain Cuisine; or your new "go-to" place at Gourmet Express.

3. Lifestyle and Recreations: For fun programs and activities suitable for the whole family, visit The Kingsview Village Community School at 1 York Road just off of Kingsview Blvd or the Kingsview Park just across from it. For an alternate location, check out the Fairhaven Park or the Weston Golf & Country Club.

Getting To Kingsview Village by Public Transit:

Bus routes running along or through this neighbourhood include: 52 along Dixon Road - 45 along Kipling Avenue - 37 and 311 along Islington Avenue - 73 along St Philips Road