Bordered by Eglinton Ave W south to Rathburn Rd, the Etobicoke Creek west to Highway 427
The subdivision West Deane Park, gets its name from the founder Peachey’s wife whose maiden name was Deane.
Highways 427 and 401 offer quick and convenient access to Pearson International Airport.
Being from the 1960’s we find the streets have been laid-out in a twisty “planned community” fashion that was just starting to take hold at this time, instead of the straight grid-like street alignment of earlier times.
Having been built in the 1960’s, homes here are slightly more recent than many of the other Etobicoke neighbourhoods built in the 1950’s. West Deane Park homes have more of a suburban feel to them, with generous lot sizes and larger driveways. Bungalows, 2-storey, back-split and front-split homes with a garage via private driveway are typical home styles found within this neighbourhood
West Deane Park facilities include; two baseball diamonds, four tennis courts, three children’s playgrounds, a fenced in outdoor pool, an artificial ice rink, gardens, bike trails, and various paved and unpaved paths used for walking, jogging and cycling