Scarborough offers a wide range of houses and real estate to fit every need. The denizens of Scarborough has made Scarborough a melting pot of the world, here you can find every culture, every food and every language, its sheer fun living in the neighbourhoods of Scarborough. So what are the neighbourhoods of Scarborough and what do they have to offer.
Lets start with Port Union, the east end of Scarborough. Port Union is a perfect 10 for Scarborough living, buyers have access to TTC, Port Union Go, lake access, shopping, good schools and great neighbours. The community is like a hidden paradise, come and drive around streets like East ave, Rouge Hills dr, Friendship ave and you will feel as if you are in cottage country. The Port Union is also known as Rouge Hill area. The housing stock is mostly bungalows and split levels, but in the last 10 to 20 years there has been new construction along Lawrence ave. If you are a first time buyer or downsizing to a bungalow for your Golden years, or downtown commuter, Port Union will provide all you will ever need.
The next neighbourhood is Centennial, which is west of Port Union, Old mature neighbourhood with tree laden wide winding streets. The lots are huge and so the homes. Here you can get 2 storey homes with 4 bedrooms and 3 washrooms. The major arteries are Lawson rd and Centennial. There is not much stores or shopping available in this area. Adams park is the centre of activity in summer months.