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Etobicokes neighbourhoods are perfect for those of us who dont want to hear the action of a busy downtown. Its perfect for us who may have done the long commute and have tired of it. Wasted time, high gas prices, traffic caused many of us to rethink commuting.Even the proximity to the Airports makes much more sense to live in Etobicoke vs. The Beaches, Markham, Richmond Hill. After a flight who wants to wade through customs just to hop in the car and drive for an hour to get home. Or pay a taxi fare?

Etobicokes transit is improving to. Soon we will have access directly through Light Rail Train LRT to the Major Airport Lester b. Pearson International. The big Box stores are everpresent and our Major Shopping Mall Sherway Gardens has undergone a

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Where do Our neighbourhoods in Etobicoke rank in Toronto? University of Toronto has created a slider whereby you can choose the best neighbourhood suited to you determining what is important to you. It is broken down into categories and given statistics. Housing affordability, Crime, Transit, Health, Shopping, Entertainment, Community, Diversity, Schools and Employment. You can customize the Rankings by sliding each category to the value you believe is what is best for you and your family.

Here is where these Etobicokes neighbourhoods rank when the slider is at maximum for CRIME, HEALTH, COMMUNITY and SCHOOLS.

ALDERWOOD 66, Centennial Park 93 Edenbridge Humber Valley 48 Now go to your neighbourhood and slide the categories to what is important

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You may think you don't want or need a second kitchen, but... Have you ever wished for more fridge space? Perhaps you're hosting a party and would like a wet bar to better serve guests. Preparing large holiday meals can be overwhelming and time consuming unless of course you have a second oven to bake that pie and more fridge space to store those appetizers you made ahead of time.

Consider all the alternatives... if you have a dining area why do you need an eat-in kitchen? Use your space wisely. Turn the eat-in into a den or office space where working from home becomes a possibility.

Buying a home means having an open mind. You may not have considered what potential every room holds. Attic spaces can become cozy bedrooms, home offices or the

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