Thornhill is a neighbouring suburb of Toronto in the centre of the Greater Toronto Area. With an abundance of detached homes and a collection of new home subdivisions along with a surge in condos since the early to mid-2000’s.
Thornhill is a child-friendly middle and upper class neighbourhood with great community ammenities. Quiet pedestrian-friendly residential streets are perfect for growing families as they are usually never far from public green spaces. Thornhill offers many well thought out nature trails for walking, hiking, jogging and cycling – trail explorers can choose between paved urban trails or rugged forest paths. The Gluzberg team often prefers the ones less travelled.
This suburban village is just minutes from the city limits for those who miss that taste of city life.
This smaller town of Thornhill offers a breath of fresh air with many idyllic parks and golf courses. Check out nearby ski slopes (Golf & Ski Club). Get outside and enjoy the majestic landscapes for Canadian ski & snowboarding… If you are not falling, you are not learning.
Turn right.Turn left. Repeat as necessary. Allow the Gluzberg team to cheer you on.
Thornhill is an excellent area to raise a family and enjoy all the amenities and services available without having to commute long distances.
Difficult to resist the temptation of the Promenade Mall with over 150 stores in the heart of town.
Home isn’t a place, it’s a feeling. Welcome to the quaint suburban community of Thornhill. A fantastic alternative for a place to live. People tend to forget that life does in fact exist beyond the last stops of the TTC line. What the Gluzberg team enjoys most about Thornhill, it is all about finding the calm in the chaos (and yet such a short distance from downtown).
The character of Thornhill is exemplified by its slower-paced ambience. Thornhill is reasonably quiet, as the streets are usually quite tranquil. While not much nightlife, yet generous amount of greenspace and parkland. Many cafes and shopping options. It still has that small community charm, even with the spike in population.
As a very safe and family-oriented neighbourhood the area is attracting many new buyers every year. The area’s real estate is comprised of freehold townhouses, single detached family homes and offers new developments as well as some older homes along with lofts and condos.
New home subdivisions to suit anyone’s budget to find a place to call home, while parts of Thornhill is truly a neighbourhood in transition.
Average household income
Top 3 languages
English, Hebrew, Chinese
Thornhill is relatively convenient to Finch or Wilson subway station with public transportation options.
The Finch bus terminal makes connections to the City of Toronto transit (TTC) through Finch subway station.
Enjoy your journey, reach your destination via York Region transit, Viva Rapid transit, TTC subway, streetcar or GO Transit.
While the old village of Thornhill revolved around Yonge Street between Centre and John Streets, the neighbourhood is typically thought to be between Dufferin Street to the west, Highway 7 to the north, Steeles Avenue to the south and Highway 404 to the east.