Enjoy convenience, flexibility, and peace of mind for a fulfilling retirement in Etobicoke
Nestled along Eglington Avenue West in the heart of North Etobicoke, Chartwell Scarlett Heights is an inviting senior living community in a park-like setting offering a safe, social and supportive lifestyle. We have multiple levels of care and support under one roof, including independent living suites and a dedicated Memory Living Neighbourhood, allowing you to comfortably age in place if your unique needs and preferences change over time.
Here, you’ll find yourself taking in breathtaking views of serene parkland, lush trees, and blooming gardens from your spacious studio, one- or two-bedroom suite—all featuring large windows—as well as urban vistas of the City of Toronto.
The best of both worlds
Our safe and enviable neighbourhood in Humber Valley Village provides many unique opportunities for you to remain active and engaged in our surrounding community. Within close walking distance is an abundance of local shopping, restaurants, bakeries, pizzerias, and places of worship, meaning you can run errands with ease and enjoy a nice meal or coffee out with family and friends without the need to venture far. And don’t forget the many walking and cycling paths like Humber River Recreational Trail that wind through the various parks encircling our residence!
Excellent on-site amenities
At Chartwell Scarlett Heights, our vibrant community of residents loves to spend time socializing and enjoying everything our lifestyle has to offer. We have a variety of on-site amenities that empower you to pursue your passions or spend your day how you please when you aren’t relaxing in the privacy of your suite, including a lively bistro, fitness centre, theatre room, heated pool, spa, salon, library, outdoor patio, and general store.
More than anything else, it’s our caring and professional staff who make our home a wonderful place to live, as they’re committed to providing high-quality, personalized service that caters to your unique lifestyle.
The dining experience
Many of our residents have spent a lifetime preparing and enjoying homemade meals; their standards are high—but so are ours at Chartwell Scarlett Heights! A showcase for quality, taste, and nutrition, two delicious daily meals are a part of our independent living lifestyle, helping you to enjoy your retirement focusing on the things you want to do. Both our featured and à la carte menus are bursting with fresh, wholesome ingredients. Enjoy your meal with table service in our beautiful dining room with its floor-to-ceiling windows, or host family and friends in our private dining room.
Activities and amenities
One of the things residents love best about Chartwell Scarlett Heights is our welcoming, open feel the minute you step inside. Our bistro is the heart of our residence, where you’ll see residents and staff chatting and engaged in life. All of our amenities are located on the main floor, making it easy and convenient to get together and participate in any of the activities listed on our full social calendar. You’ll find residents exercising on the equipment in our fitness room, relaxing by the fireplace in our lounge, or floating in our warm therapy pool. They might be baking up a storm in the country kitchen, or catching the sun on the patio. Or they could be listening intently to one of our informative guest speakers. You’ll also find them out in the community on day trips to shopping. Just like you, their wish is to pursue the active, fulfilling retirement they deserve in a residence that offers life-enriching activities and amenities.
A selection of inviting suites
PROMO starting from $4,391/month
A unique senior living village in Etobicoke, Chartwell Scarlett Heights offers spacious, light-filled one- and two-bedroom suites with kitchenettes. Many have spectacular views overlooking Buttonwood Park, our manicured grounds, or Toronto’s skyline. You’ll find an independent living lifestyle in a selection of comfortable suites, most featuring ensuite bathrooms, and a dedicated Memory Living neighbourhood for seniors living with dementia.
Senior living in Etobicoke
A part of the Humber Valley Village community since 2007, Chartwell Scarlett Heights enjoys a unique location in the west end of Toronto. Bordered by beautiful Buttonwood Park on two sides, and with its own landscaped gardens and terraces, the residence feels like a protected garden oasis, close to nature, but also close to a huge and diverse selection of amenities, including grocery stores, pharmacies, numerous small shopping malls, coffee shops, restaurants, banks, and many other useful services. Close to the intersection of Eglinton Avenue West and Royal York Road, our retirement residence is minutes away from Highway 427, 401, the QEW, and Pearson Airport. Travel south along Royal York and you’ll encounter the vibrant Kingsway shopping district, with Bloor-West Village just to the east. Going east on Eglinton, the community garden and Scarlett Heights Public Golf Club at Eglinton Flats beckon, while the winding Humber River provides numerous opportunities for bird and wildlife watching, walking, and picnicking.
Things to do in Etobicoke
Hugging the western end of Toronto’s shoreline, and intersected by the pretty Humber River, Etobicoke has its own distinct character as one of the Toronto’s unique neighbourhoods. It is a nature lover’s paradise within the city, with so many parks and natural spaces to enjoy. For the best sunset skyline views, head to Humber Bay Shores Park. It’s also a great place to see tiny winged creatures in the park’s butterfly habitat. For a natural indoor experience, the massive Centennial Park Conservatory has stunning collections of native and tropical plants to enjoy. Centennial Park itself also offers a public golf course, pool, and fields.
Etobicoke has some unique shopping venues—spend an afternoon at Dr. Flea’s Flea Market, the largest in Toronto, with a farmer’s market too. For more conventional retail, Sherway Gardens has over 200 stores and restaurants. If you are artistically minded, visit the Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery, showcasing the work of local artists, while local history buffs will enjoy Montgomery’s Inn Museum.
If you're looking for excitement, Woodbine Racetrack and Casino is a popular spot for horse racing and gambling. And if you have grandchildren, the compact Fantasy Fair amusement park at the Woodbine Shopping Centre is a fun place to spend an afternoon.
Shopping for retirement homes?
There are many important factors to consider when trying to find the best retirement community for yourself or a loved one. Practical considerations like location, cost and the right support or care services for your unique needs, emotional considerations like how the residence made you feel and your interactions with staff, and so much more. Read our helpful guide today for questions to ask during a tour, topics to discuss with family, and how to make a decision you can feel confident in.