Homes in Humber Heights
Humber Heights has a very diverse mix of houses ranging from the impressive mansions on Yorkleigh Avenue and Westmount Park to the bungalow and split-level houses that are found scattered throughout this neighbourhood.
The residential pocket east of Scarlett Road contains quaint Victorian cottages from the early 1900's, Edwardian style houses from the 1910's and 20's, Tudor designed homes from the 30's and 40's, and storey-and-a-half houses from the 1950's. The Scarlettwood apartment and townhouse complex, owned by Metro Toronto Housing, is located in this section of the neighbourhood at the top of the valley.
On the west side of Scarlett Road you will find a large number of back-split and side-split-level houses from the 1960's as well as a wide assortment of larger new homes built in the 1970's, 80's and 90's. This neighbourhood is fortunate to have a fine collection of historical houses including 11 Yorkleigh Avenue - circa 1850, 85/89 Yorkleigh Avenue - circa 1855, 5 Hill Garden Road - circa 1840, 15 La Rush Drive - circa 1850 and 581 Scarlett Road - circa 1875.