Humber Valley Village is surrounded by Dundas Street on the south to Islington Avenue to the west, Eglinton Avenue to the north and Humber River in the east. Humber Valley Village was developed during 1930-1960 and a glimpse of which can be seen in some of the older housing styles. An array of housing styles in Humber Valley Village includes Georgian, Cape Cod, Colonial, English Cottage, ranch bungalows, split-level, contemporary and modern designs.
One of the defining elements of this community is the strolling parks and golf courses. Moreover, there is a seamless system of transportation which can connect residents from one place to another. The Toronto Transit Commission operates buses throughout the major channels of Royal York Rd, Dundas St, Eglinton Ave, Royal York Rd, and many others. These buses also connect passengers to Islington Station and Royal York Subway Stations.
There is a shopping center situated at Royal York Road and The Kingsway is one of the foremost neighbourhood shopping plazas. It is driven by a huge supermarket and more than fifty stores and professional businesses. From reputable educational institutions and stunning parklands, Humber Valley Village covers every aspect of an upscale suburban lifestyle.