COMMUNITIES

KLEINBURG

Located just north of Woodbridge, the beautiful and quaint town of Kleinburg offers residents and visitors a unique escape into a culturally rich community. Small shops lining the town streets offer a tremendous walking opportunity, with stops that include the McMichael Art Gallery and the famous Doctor’s House.

Fine restaurants serve to enrich the community, including Villagio’s famed offerings of memorable, Mediterranean-Italian cuisine. Many of Kleinburg’s homes are custom built, often architecturally controlled with three-car garages. A potential buyer can count on being amongst a host of welcoming and respected neighbours from many professions, including developers, doctors, dentists, and teachers.

With convenient highway access (407, 400, 427), unprecedented shopping opportunities (Vaughan Mills Mall and block retailers at Highway 7 and Weston Road), restaurants, and close proximity to Toronto Pearson International Airport, residents of Kleinburg share a wealth of cultural treasures and modern amenities that help make it a truly unforgettable place.

Kleinburg is bordered on the north by Kirby, on the south by Major Mackenzie, on the east by conservation land, and on the west by Highway 427.

SCHOOLS

Kleinburg Public School

10391 Islington Avenue,

Kleinburg, ON L0J 1C0

T: (905) 893-1142

La Fontaine École Élémentaire

10110, Avenue Islington C.P. 279,

Kleinburg ,ON L0J 1C0

T: (905) 893-1280

CHURCHES

St Padre Pio Roman Catholic Parish

5500 Major Mackenzie Drive,

Kleinburg, L0J 1C0

T: (905) 893-7879 · F: (905) 893-7885

Cornerstone Community Church

180 Nashville Road,

Kleinburg, ON L0J 1C0

T: (905) 893-7000

PARKS

Bindertwine Park

8 Nashville Rd, Kleinburg, ON

Amenities: Park and baseball diamond with lights

Treelawne Parkette

Treelawn Boulevard, Vaughan, ON

Amenities: 2 children’s play sets, lots of green open lawn

Kortright Centre for Conservation

9550 Pine Valley Dr, Woodbridge, ON

Amenities: 2 children’s play sets, lots of green open lawn

HISTORY OF KLEINBURG

Kleinburg was founded more than 160 years ago, assumedly named after John Nicholas Klein, an early entrepreneur who built a sawmill and gristmill in the area. The mills served the local farmers, and quickly a village sprung up around the mills. Kleinburg was also a popular resting spot for those traveling to and from Toronto, as the path along the Humber River was the most efficient route. For more information on the History of Kleinburg and a complete guided walking tour, visit the village’s website.

ATTRACTIONS IN KLEINBURG

McMichael Canadian Art Collection

Nestled in the densely wooded Humber River Valley, McMichael houses 13 exhibition galleries and 100 acres of forested land to echo the inspiration of early artists. The collection includes almost 6,000 pieces of art from Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, and First Nations, Metis, Inuits and other artists who have made contributions. Six of the Group of Seven rest within the unique McMichael cemetery.

Copper Creek Golf Club

Copper Creek is one of the premier public golf courses in Canada. The club offers world class dining, an immaculate event venue and pristine courses over breathtaking vistas. Their professional staff is sure to provide you with all you can desire while on the Copper Creek premises.

RESTAURANTS IN KLEINBURG

Chartreuse Restaurant

10512 Islington Avenue · T: (905) 893-0475
Seasonal menu of European and Canadian dishes served in a quaint former country house.

Villaggio Ristorante

110 Nashville Road, #11 · T: (905) 893-4888
Romantic space with a classy vibe serving Mediterranean-Italian cuisine.

Avlyn Gardens

10503 Islington Avenue · T: (905) 893-1144
Rustic and romantic venue in a Victorian home with a menu of old world Italian fare and a garden patio.

The Doctor’s House

21 Nashville Road · T: (905) 893-1615
American food in an elegant 19th-century space, plus a patio, enclosed veranda & large lounge.