Nestled between some of Toronto's more affluent neighbourhoods, Runnymede is quiet and family oriented with affordable real estate, a good selection of schools, and convenient access to public transportation.

Runnymede's tree-lined streets include a mix of houses including grand Victorian mansions, English Cottage and Tudor-style houses, pre and post-war bungalows, duplex and triplex dwellings, and a vast array of detached and semi-detached homes. 

This neighbourhood is bounded by Bloor Street West on the South, Runnymede Road on the East, the Railway line on the North and Jane Street on the West.

Notable Amenities at Runnymede:

1. School and Education: Runnymede Collegiate Institute, offering Math, Science & Technology Programs such as TOPS and MACS to students with aptitude and keen interest in these subjects - King George Junior Public School - Runnymede Junior and Senior Public School - James Culnan Catholic Elementary - St. Pius X Catholic Elementary - High Park Day School, a Co-ed Alternative Day School where the curriculum is interdisciplinary and dynamic, incorporating real life learning and learning skills - Humberside Montessori School, all four levels are offered starting at age 2 1/2 up to age 14.

2. Food and Restaurants: Sweet Flour Bake Shop - Patisserie 27 - Bryden’s (Pubs and Sandwiches) - DAVIDsTEA - Falafel World - Mad Mexican

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: Jane Street, Annette Street, and Dundas Street Shopping - Etienne Brule Park and Home Smith Park alongside the Humber River - Runnymede Park, home to the George Bell Arena - Jane Dundas Library offers many resources 

Getting to Runnymede by Public Transit:

Jane Station and Runnymede Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway Line - 300 on Bloor Street West - 71 and 79 on Runnymede Road - 26 on Annette Street - 30 and 313 on Dundas Street West - 35, 55, and 312 on Jane Street