60,62 & 64 HENLEY CRESCENT, toronto, Ontario.
60, 62 & 64 Henley Crescent is a beautifully maintained townhome complex managed by the Central Erin Property Management team. This townhouse complex consists of three identical buildings and provides a welcoming environment for many residents.
The townhouses of Henley Crescent are equipped with 24 hour maintenance, a proactive on-site superintendent and is a clean and well managed complex.
Nestled in a quiet residential neighbourhood of Kipling Heights, these two storey townhomes are conveniently located minutes north of Hwy 401, off of Kipling Avenue.
In close proximity to Grocery, Schools and Restaurants, you will find almost every amenity is within walking distance from the building.
Rexdale was named for local real estate developer Rex Heslop, who purchased farmland in the area in 1955 for a cost of $110,000, and installed water mains, streets and sewers, as well as houses which listed for sale at either $9,000 or $10,000. The homes sold well, and soon 330 families were living in the development.
In 1956, Heslop opened the Rexdale Shopping Centre (now Rexdale Mall). Rexdale is located north-west of the central core, in the former suburb of Etobicoke. Rexdale defines an area of several official neighbourhoods north of Highway 401 and east of Kipling Avenue. Woodbine Racetrack is a Canadian race track for thoroughbred and standard bred racing at 555 Rexdale Blvd. It is the only horse racing track in North America which stages, or is capable of staging, thoroughbred and standard bred horse racing programs on the same day.