About Woodbridge Highlands
Woodbridge Highlands has an incredible location next to the Humber River and a short distance from Boyd Conservation Park. Woodbridge Highlands' picturesque landscape offers serenity and tranquility in Islington Woods, a convenient distance from Toronto. Just minutes away from Highway 400, get the best of both worlds.
Local attractions include picturesque natural parks and walking trails along the Humber River and Boyd Park.
Woodbridge Highlands Neighbourhood Information
Woodbridge Highlands is a neighbourhood in the western portion of Islington Woods in Vaughan, Ontario. Its borders are approximately Avdell Avenue to the north, Clarence Street to the east, and the Humber River to the south and west. Belvedere Estates is the neighbourhood between Woodbridge Highlands and Rutherford Road to the north.
Residents of Woodbridge Highlands enjoy an abundance of parks and natural spaces. Smaller parks in the area include Vaughan Mills Park, Thomson Creek Parkette, and Woodbridge Highlands Park. Woodbridge Highlands park has trails, a basketball court, two tennis courts, and play areas.
Homes for sale in Woodbridge Highlands are mid to large-sized single-family homes, built in a range of new-traditional styles typical of the 1980s through to the early 2000s. Solid brickwork, paladin windows, double garages, and accented arches are just some of the architectural features on display. Most homes have two levels, and yards are generous enough that in-ground pools are not uncommon.
Mature trees, carriage drives, and large stately homes give Woodbridge Highlands a distinctly upmarket feel.
Woodbridge Highlands Area Information
Woodbridge Highlands is approximately 35 minutes or 35 kilometres from downtown Toronto.
Elder Mills Public School is within walking distance north.
Other attractions in the general area of Woodbridge Highlands are:
- Al Palladini Community Centre
- Boyd Conservation Park
- The National Golf Club of Canada
- The Country Club
- Sonoma Heights Community Park
- The Kortright Centre for Conservation
The neighbouring areas are Sonoma Heights to the north, Elder Mills to the west, and Woodbridge to the south and east.
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