The small neighbourhood of Thorncrest Village has only over 200 homeowners yet, it is one of Toronto's most exclusive neighbourhoods. Cast-iron street lamps decorate the winding tree-lined roads make Thorncrest one of the prettiest in Toronto as well.

Homes at Thorncrest Village sit on tree-lined streets and expansive lots. Original Thorncrest houses include ranch-style bungalows and modernist-style homes which are gradually being replaced by larger brick and stone executive-style homes.

This neighbourhood is bordered by Rathburn Road on the South, Islington Avenue on the West, Plumbstead Court on the North and Kipling Avenue on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Thorncrest:

1. School and Eduational Facility: Rosethorn Junior School, Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School, St. Gregory Catholic Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Natalie’s Kitchen (Caterers, Delis, Sandwiches), Mama Earth Organics (Food Delivery Services), Paul & Sandy’s Real Barbecue CoTrattoria Leonardo (Italian), Magoo’s Gourmet Hamburgers & Ice-Cream

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Thorncrest Plaza on the north-west corner of Islington Avenue and Rathburn Road, the Humbertown Shopping Centre on The Kingsway, the Kingsway Village and Bloor West Shopping districts along Bloor Street West, The Thorncrest clubhouse at 35 Thorncrest Road, the Thorncrest community facilities.

Getting to Thorncrest by Public Transit:

45 on Kipling Avenue - 48 on Rathburn Road - 37, 48, and 311 on Islington Avenue