Thorncrest Village’s tree-lined streets, community events, and surrounding wooded areas have established it as a truly unique Toronto neighbourhood. There are public, private, and independent schools that serve the Thorncrest Village area, including Rosethorn Junior School, and Humber Valley Village Junior Middle School.
Your Next Home
The majority of Thorncrest Village real estate was built in the 1940s and ‘50s, most of which are single-family detached homes. There is a mix of older bungalows and newer modern styles of homes.
Your New Neighbours
With just over 200 homeowners, Thorncrest Village is an exclusive neighbourhood with a tight-knit community. The area has a suburban feel thanks to the many families and long-time residents that call it home.
Your Local Favourites
Thorncrest Village’s community clubhouse truly sets it apart as a family neighbourhood. Owned by the Thorncrest Homeowners Association, this community hub has a swimming pool, playground, tennis courts, and serves as a meeting place for residents throughout the year.