With  a lake, a pond, and a river as it's natural boundaries and its hilly terrain, winding roads and many mature trees, Swansea is definitely a storybook neighbourhood. It is primarily residential in nature with plenty of high-end real estate, a large number of semi-detached houses and bungalows, as well as a mix of various other housing types.

Swansea is bordered by the Humber Bay on the South, Grenadier Pond on the East, Bloor Street West on the North, and the Humber River on the West.

Notable Amenities at Swansea

1. Schools: Schools in or around this neighbourhood include Swansea Junior and Senior Public School, St. Pius X Catholic Elementary School, and Humberside Montessori School

2. Food and Restaurants: Experience a true culinary heaven at the Cheese Boutique, modernized Latin American Cuisine at Bloom Restaurant, great pub atmosphere at Bryden's, and exotic combinations and creations of tea at Davids Tea.

3. Lifestyle and Recreation: The most convenient shopping disrict for residents of Swansea is the popular Bloor West Vilage shopping district right along its northern border. In addition, residents can take leisure strolls at the Rennie Park and famous High Park and use it's myriad of sports and fitness facilities.

Getting to Swansea by Public Transportation

Bus and streetcar routes to this neighbourhood include: 80, 301,501, and 508 along The Queensway - 300 along Bloor Street - 77 along various streets throughout Swansea. You may also use the Bloor-Danforth subway line Runnymede and Jane Station to access the northern border of this neighbourhood.