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The Windfields neighbourhood is named after Windfields Farm, the estate of Canadian philanthropist E. P. Taylor, who donated 30 acres of land, which is now Windfields Park. The neighbourhood's setting encompasses a variety of parks and golf courses. St Andrews-Windfield is home to many prestigious public and private schools, making it an excellent neighbourhood to raise a family.
Mandarin, Korean, Persian (Farsi), Cantonese and Chinese (not otherwise specified) are among the top five non-official languages in St. Andrew-Windfields.
Hoggs Hollow's idyllic charm comes with a huge price tag as this is one of Toronto's most expensive neighbourhoods. Hogg's Hollow houses are set in a lush landscape with a hill and dale topography that is left unfettered and in its original state without the intrusion of sidewalks.
Hoggs Hollow houses were built over a long period of time between the 1920's and 1960's, which accounts for the curious mixture of English Cottage, Tudor, Colonial, Georgian and Modernist architecture found here.
The Banbury-Don Mills Toronto neighbourhood offers several schools, public libraries, community centers, child care service providers, and parks; including Wilket Creek Park which offers more than two kilometers of pedestrian/bicycle trails. Burnaby-Don Mills is also in close proximity to great restaurants, shopping such as Shops at Don Mills and convenient access to transit via TTC.
The Banbury-Don Mills Toronto neighbourhood predominantly consists of apartment units and single -detached houses; ranging from ranch-style houses to new condo developments. Housing prices vary in this area depending on the size and type of dwelling.