This neighborhood can be further broken down into smaller communities. The triangular quadrant north of Dundas from Islington to Royal York, but south of Reigate is known as Chestnut Hills. The area surrounding Edenbridge, on the west side of Royal York is known as Lincoln Woods. The northern corner of Islington and Eglinton is sometimes referred to as The Greens of St. George’s. Sometimes streets in the neighborhood become their own little community as well, for example, people tend to connect to names like Valecrest, North Dr, and Wimbleton, all of which are streets in this neighborhood.
This neighborhood is the wealthiest part of Etobicoke and is considered at par with the exclusive neighborhoods that developed along Avenue Rd, and Yonge St, between Bloor and Highway 401. This wealth is evident in schools. Catchment areas for schools such as Lambton-Kingsway, Humber Valley Village, Our Lady of Sorrows Elementary School, Etobicoke Collegiate Institute, and Richview Collegiate Institute are very defined. In some cases, those who do not live in the boundaries must apply with a lottery system to gain acceptance. There is also an independent elementary school, Kingsway College School, in the area, located on Dundas St.