LIVING IN KING
King Township is located north of Toronto in York Region. One of it's most prominent and spectacular features is the rolling hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. Bordered on the north by Highway 9 from the Caledon/King Townline to slightly east of Highway 27, then cuts north following branches of the Holland River until it meets Bathurst St., on the south by the King/Vaughan Road, to the west by the Caledon/King town line and to the east by Bathurst Street. Residential areas are generally concentrated in the communities of King City, Nobleton, and Schomberg.
This mature, stately area attracts many of the GTA's wealthy.Large mature lots host a multitude of housing types. Detached homes, bungalows, side-splits, stately mansions and brand new custom luxury renovations. All share expansive lots, mature trees and spectacular picturesque views.
Seneca College's King Campus is located in King City and is the only post-secondary education facility in King Township. King City Secondary School, King City Public School and Holy Name Catholic School are other notable schools in the area.
Heritage sites located in King Township include: King Station, King Emmanuel Baptist Church, King City Cemetery, King City Cemetery Dead House, Eversley Presbyterian Church, Glenville Methodist Church, King Christian Church Cemetery and the Laskay Temperance Hall.
Other King Neighbourhoods:
|King City||Nobleton||Pottageville||Rural King|| Schomberg