Cricket Club

Relaxed country charm ambiance here as a result of the abundance of mature trees lining the streets.

Overview for Cricket Club, Ontario

4,139 people live in Cricket Club, where the median age is 50 and the average individual income is $320,666. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

4,139

Total Population

Medium

Population Density

50

Median Age

$320,666

Average Individual Income

Cricket Club Real Estate

CRICKET CLUB REAL ESTATE

Family-oriented community with pristine properties and small-town charm

Without a doubt, one of the most family-oriented communities in the Greater Toronto Area, Cricket Club has become one of the most desirable locations around due to its pristinely maintained lawns, picturesque landscaped gardens, and small-town charm that simply permeate the entire neighbourhood. 

 

Getting its name from the Toronto Cricket, Skating, and Curling Club, which opened in 1925, the neighbourhood has always had a strong sense of community that brings it together. Even today, the sense of closeness and unity can be felt as you walk down the friendly, tree-lined streets, where neighbors can often be seen conversing and lending a helping hand. 

 

The majority of homes in the area were built in the 1920s, resulting in a unique blend of bungalow-style homes, Tudor estates, and cottage-style ranches. However, while the range of architectural styles may be varied, the community’s dedication to maintaining appearances is not. Cricket Club is known throughout Toronto as a community that takes great pride in ownership, with beautifully manicured lawns and landscaping everywhere you look.

 

WHAT TO LOVE

  • Family-friendly sense of community 
  • Pristinely maintained landscaping 
  • Ideal location with a variety of shops and restaurants


LOCAL LIFESTYLE

Shopaholics will adore Cricket Club, which is filled with one-of-a-kind boutiques, exceptional shopping centers, and world-class restaurants just a stone’s throw away from their front doors. Cricket Club has some of the best shopping in the city, and residents can easily make their way through all the shops and restaurants without an issue.

 

There is also a distinct appreciation for the outdoors throughout the neighbourhood. Parks and green spaces are among the most popular locations in town, and many residents enjoy taking advantage of the numerous picturesque trails and walking paths in the area.


DINING, ENTERTAINMENT & SHOPPING

When Cricket Club residents want to enjoy a fine evening out, they stop by Miller Tavern. One of the oldest and most beloved dining establishments in the area, this delightful restaurant serves classic favourites like chilled corn soup, heirloom tomato galette, and organic Scottish salmon with spring peas, which guests absolutely adore. 

 

The Toronto Cricket, Skating, and Curling Club, which the neighbourhood is named after, is a local staple. This exclusive sport and social club offers members an array of exceptional amenities, including a plethora of fitness activities and sports areas, as well as some of the best dining opportunities around. With five separate options ranging from their elegant sports bar to the fine dining room, guests will find the perfect dish to satisfy any and every craving. 

 

Armour Heights Community Centre is another popular destination for Cricket Club homeowners. This family-oriented center offers unique programs and classes throughout the year, giving families the peace of mind that comes with knowing your children will have something fun and engaging to do in their free time.


THINGS TO DO

One of the many reasons why Cricket Club is such an ideal location for families is the plethora of activities and things for children to do right within the community. Armour Heights Public Library is one of the most frequented spaces in town, especially for families. In addition to their incredible selection, they offer year-round events and programs for children of all ages, which is a fantastic way to engage a child’s imagination and creativity. 

 

Golf enthusiasts love having the Don Valley Golf Course close by. This highly-regarded course is one of the most prestigious in Toronto, and the pristine green offers a challenge for even the most experienced players. They also run lessons and clinics for anyone looking to get into the sport, especially younger children.


SCHOOLS

The public schools surrounding Cricket Club are some of the best in Toronto. Some worthy of note include Armour Heights Public School and York Mills Collegiate Institute. However, there are also several highly-regarded private institutions in the area, including:


  • St. Margaret’s, K-8, highly-rated Catholic school with a brilliant French immersion program
  • Loretto Abbey, 9-12, exceptional Catholic all-girls high school


Demographics and employment data for Cricket Club, Ontario

4,139 people live in Cricket Club, where the median age is 50 and the average individual income is $320,666. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

4,139

Total Population

Medium

Population Density

50

Median Age

Population by age group
(0-9 years)
(10-19 years)
(20-24 years)
(25-64 years)
(66-74 years)
(75+ years)
Education Level
High School Degree
234 (8%)
Associate Degree
1627 (53%)
Bachelor Degree
825 (27%)
Graduate Degree
372 (12%)
Cricket Club has 1,754 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.

1,754

Total Households

3

Average Household Size

$320,666

Average Individual Income

Households With Children
With Children: 534 (30%)
Without Children: 1,220 (70%)
Marital Status
Married
92%
Single
5%
Divorced
3%
Separated
0%
Here’s what the people living in Cricket Club do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Blue vs White Collar workers
Blue Collar: 145 (8%)
White Collar: 1780 (92%)

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