This is another family oriented community with a cottage country feel because of the natural beauty in the area such as the Scarborough Bluffs. Cliffcrest was so called by city planners in the 1960s while making reference to the Scarborough bluffs. The Bluffs are a natural phenomenon formed in the ice age period.
Shopping in Cliffcrest is along the Kingston Road where there are plazas, motels, service centers, restaurants and a large garden centre. The Cliffcrest plaza has a supermarket, discount stores, video store, gift store, banks, restaurants, ice cream shops and medical offices. Shopping can also be done along the Eglinton Avenue where there are plazas, fishing supply stores, auto service stores, home improvement stores and food markets.
Recreation areas include the Bluffers Park along the shoreline of Lake Ontario. This is an area that features a sandy beach and nice picnic areas, yatch clubs, marina and water front restaurant. Other parks in Cliffcrest are the Tots Park at the southern part where there is a children’s playground and Halbert Park in the north with a wading pool.
There are four public schools, a public high school and two catholic schools in the neighborhood. Bus transport connects the Kennedy station and the neighborhood’s main streets.
Cliffcrest homes consist of bungalows, detached houses, semi-detached houses and storey-and-half houses. These homes were built in the 1940 through to the 1950s. New houses that are custom built also do exist throughout the area. Along the Kingston Road are cottages that offer a beautiful view of Lake Ontario.
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