The “Delrex” subdivision was another large development that was added after developments in “Old Georgetown” and the “Park Area”. In the 1950s, Rex Heslop, the builder of Rexdale in Toronto, built the” Delrex” subdivision. The name Delrex is actually a combination of 2 names; Rex and his wife Delma. In the 1950s and 1960s this area was referred to as Georgetown East. At one time, much of the area was orchards and now this mature neighbourhood offers tree-lined streets and large mature lots with a variety of Bungalows, split-levels & two storey homes.
In addition to Delrex Boulevard, the main street that runs through this neighbourhood; some of other streets consist of Marilyn Crescent, Faludon Drive, Norton Crescent, McGilvray, McIntyre Crescent, Mackenzie Drive, Hale Drive, Prince Charles Drive, Sargent Road, Weber Drive and Raylawn Crescent.
The “Delrex” subdivision also offers several quiet and child-friendly courts. There’s even a section dedicated to fine poets with streets such as Byron, Shelley & Carole. The following streets have homes that back onto Hungry Hollow with some spectacular views of the ravine: Eden Place, Irwin Crescent, Dawson Crescent, Stockman Crescent, Lucinda Place, Heslop Court, Rexway Drive, Chipper Court, Noble Court, Danridge Crescent, Metcalfe Court, Regan Crescent, Chelvin Drive and Flamingo Court.
This is a large subdivision with lots of parks, and depending on your location, it can be a short walk to the Georgetown Marketplace , grocery stores, and restaurants.
The elementary schools that service this area are St. Francis of Assisi Elementary School, Holy Cross Elementary School, George Kennedy Public School, Harrison Public School and Centennial Public School.
The secondary schools that service this area are Christ the King Secondary School & Georgetown District High School.
The schools that provide French immersion for this area are St. Brigid, Holy Cross, Christ the King Secondary School, George Kennedy Public School, Centennial Public School & Georgetown District High School.
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