Silverthorn a Toronto neighbourhood filled with affordable homes within a reasonable commuting distance from downtown Toronto. There is an established Italian community and many new Canadians from a broad range of backgrounds. This neighbourhood's distinguishing feature is its hilly terrain and houses with an old world charm.

This neighbourhood is bounded by Rogers Road on the South, the CPR Railway on the East, Comay Road on the North and Black Creek Drive on the West.

Notable Amenities at Silverthorn

1. Schools and Education:  Charles E Webster Public School, York Memorial Collegiate Institute, Keelesdale Junior Public School, Silverthorn Community School, George Harvey Collegiate Institute, F H Miller Junior Public School, Immaculate Conception Elementary, St. Nicholas of Bari Elementary, 

2. Food and Restaurants: La Paloma Gelateria & CafeAgioPho Ga Banh CuonTre Mari BakeryKing’s TacosPho Cuu Long Mien TayFrank’s Pizza House RestaurantNovecentoSunnyside GrillLa Bruschetta RestaurantDoce Minho Pastry and BakeryMr Jerk.

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation:  The main shopping thoroughfare situated along Eglinton Avenue, a cluster of recreational activities in the Black Creek Drive and Eglinton Avenue area, four large public parks along Black Creek Drive near Eglinton Avenue: Trethewey Park - Coronation Park - North and South Keelesdale Park, 

Getting to Silverthorn by Public Transit:

41 on Keeles Street - 41, 161, and 168 on Rogers Road - 32 and 307 on Eglinton Avenue West - 32 on Trethewey Drive