Winding streets set within undulating ravines make Woodbine Gardens a lovely, tranquil place to call home. It is a quiet, child-safe neighbourhood, nicely tucked below bustling St. Clair and O'Connor, yet still convenient thanks to the various bus routes that connect to the Danforth subway line, and the DVP being merely minutes away.
Glenwood Crescent and Ferris Road are the main thoroughfares that link to a series of small cul-de-sacs and crescents, many with homes backing onto ravines that spill into Taylor Creek Park. Much like Parkview Hills to the north, properties can extend over 200 feet into the ravine, and some lots have elegantly terraced gardens.
Homes in Woodbine Gardens are predominantly detached and all-brick constructed, dating from the 1950s era. There is a plethora of bungalows, ranging from the traditional two-bedroom East York style, to sprawling Ranch and Cape Cod designs featuring three or four bedrooms. Another prevalent layout is the Four-Square 2-storey design with three bedrooms. Many of these resemble homes in Leaside, featuring Tudor details such as leaded pane windows.
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Woodbine Gardens stretches from St. Clair Avenue East down to the Taylor Creek Park, and from Dawes Road west to O'Connor Drive. Woodbine Gardens homes can be found in Toronto Real Estate District E03.