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Hillcrest Village


26 Homes for sale | 7 Homes for rent


Junior Schools
Arbor Glen

Middle Schools
Highland Jr.

Secondary Schools
A.Y. Jackson
Georges Vanier

Best For

Affluent families interested in houses for sale in North York close to good schools, parks and amenities, particularly buyers looking for a large Chinese community outside of the core.


Not to be mistaken for Toronto's Hillcrest neighbourhood near Davenport Village, Hillcrest Village is a quiet, family-oriented North York community. It boasts many parks and more than a handful of good schools including Arbor Glen that consistently places among the top elementary schools in the GTA in the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking guide.

Another major draw is the amount of green space in this neighbourhood. Hillcrest Village is home to Duncan Creek Park, a 24-hectare expanse that never fails to enchant visitors, especially in the fall when locals take advantage of the jogging and walking trails to view the changing leaves.

Hillcrest Village has a very large Chinese population and the local restaurants and shops reflect this. Seneca College's Newnham campus is also located here.

Why We Love Hillcrest Village

It’s Great With Kids

There are many schools in this area including the highly sought-after Arbor Glen elementary school and A.Y. Jackson Secondary. But that’s not the only reason why Hillcrest Village is a wonderful place for children to grow up.

Hillcrest Village is known for its outdoor spaces - expansive parks and trails, quiet, tree-lined streets that children can play safely in and detached properties with large backyards. This is a neighbourhood where you see kids riding their bikes and playing ball on the quiet crescents or tobaggoning in the park in the winter.

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Rob Ackerley

Rob Ackerley