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Eringate-Centennial-West Deane is a neighbourhood in the city of Toronto, Canada.
Neighbourhood which is located in the north western corner of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in close proximity to Pearson Airport and Highway 427.
It is bounded on the west by Centennial Park and golf course, to the north by Eglinton Avenue West, on the east by Martin Grove Road, and on the south by Rathburn Road.
The neighbourhood itself is fairly large, and encompasses several communities including West Deane Park and Centennial Park.
West Deane Park was farmland before the land was bought in the 1930s by construction magnate Percy Law. On the land, Law raised cattle and racehorses, kept a storage depot for construction equipment and built a Colonial Revival style home.
In the 1960s the land was sold to developer, Edmund Peachey, who built much of the development. Peachey named the area West Deane Park after his wife, whose first name was Deane. Today the area is populated with a variety of income levels, backgrounds and housing types.
Vallengrove Park is a subdivision developed in 1961 between Wellesworth area and highway 27 by Vallen- Grove Developments.
The three bedroom- one bath simple brick bungalows with garage on approx. fifty foot wide lots sold for approx. seventeen thousand dollars new.
Their real estate value in 2011 sells from four hundred and seventy five thousand and up.
It was marked in the early 1960s by a red brick entrance (West Deane still has its named entrance) at the then- connecting Birgitta Crescent- to the long-gone off entrance from the southbound service road of then Highway 27 (a farm house stood here right at the ramp), and leading into the suburb between that west of 27 towards Wellsworth Park, and halfway north along Odessa Ave. and as far as Renforth. Sources: https://torontolife.com/next-hot-neighbourhoods/next-hot-neighbourhoods-13-eringate-centennial-west-deane/, https://www.toronto.com/community-static/4545042-eringate-centennial-west-deane/