Humber Valley Village is a neighborhood located in Toronto within the former City of Etobicoke.
Its distinctive rolling topography, curvilinear streets and abundance of mature trees are a byproduct of the Humber River Valley Ravine which forms the eastern boundary of this neighborhood. It is bordered from Dundas Street on the south, Islington Avenue to the west, Eglinton Avenue to the north.
This neighborhood can be further broken down into smaller communities. The triangular quadrant north of Dundas from Islington to Royal York, but south of Reigate is known as Chestnut Hills. The area surrounding Edenbridge, on the west side of Royal York is known as Lincoln Woods. Finally, the northern corner of Islington and Eglinton is sometimes referred to as The Greens of St. George's.
There are many high-end boutique shops as this is an affluent neighborhood. Humbertown Shopping Centre is a mixed indoor and open-air facility with an emphasis on the overall shopping experience which is enhanced by the pleasant landscape.
This neighbourhood is the wealthiest part of Etobicoke, and considered at par with the exclusive neighborhoods that developed along Avenue Rd, and Yonge St, between Bloor and Highway 401.