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Thorncrest Village is a neighbourhood in northwestern Toronto.
It is a collection of tree-lined streets north of Rathburn Road, between Kipling and Islington avenues, in what used to be part of Etobicoke.
It was named after the former summer home of Sir William Pearce Howland, one of Ontario's first Lieutenant Governors. Thorncrest house, built in 1854 is still standing today, set back from the street at 36 Rathburn Road.
The Thorncrest estate was purchased in 1944 by developer Marshall Foss, who built the Thorncrest Village neighbourhood. Thorncrest Village was modelled after the renowned Kansas City Country Club subdivision in the United States. Designed by architect and town planner Eugene Faludi, the village was considered one of Toronto's first modern suburbs. Village residents own three parkettes and a park with a clubhouse, tennis courts, a swimming pool and a playground. Thorncrest Village consists of 208 homes, on lots ranging from 0.5 acres (2,000 m2) to 1-acre (4,000 m2).
Sources: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thorncrest_Village, http://www.torontoneighbourhoods.net/neighbourhoods/etobicoke/thorncrest-village/history