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Erin Mills is located between Highway 403 and the Credit River, north of Dundas. It is further divided into Central Erin Mills which is north of Highway 403 up to Britannia and the ‘original’ Erin Mills which is south of Highway 403.
Erin Mills was a master planned community built in phases during the 70’s and 80’s on what was once farmland. The areas of Pheasant Run and Council Ring were developed for middle class families with a mix of small detached and semi-detached homes and Sawmill Valley was intended to be more prestigious with larger detached homes. Most of these lots are large with mature trees. Each area is known for its green spaces and nature paths.
Sawmill Creek Trail is a 3 km trail running through the neighbourhood from just north of Dundas to Burnhamthorpe. The trail is used for hiking and biking.
The Erindale Campus of the University of Toronto (UTM) is a 225 acre property on the west side of the Credit River east of Mississauga Road. The campus offers hundreds of programs and multiple degrees while providing area residents with protected greenspace for outdoor recreation.
The Glenerin Inn is a elegant inn and spa located in Erin Mills. The Tudor-style stone mansion was built in 1927 by wealthy Toronto lawyer, Watson Evans, as a holiday spot for his family. The Glenerin estate became the temporary home for 90 English school children exiled from the German bombings during World War II. Today the property is a working inn and spa noted for its charm and fine dining.
Erin Mills is located close to shopping including South Common Mall and Erin Mills Town Centre. The neighbourhood is easily accessible to highway 403 and the QEW.
Elementary schools in the neighbourhood include Sawmill Valley, Brookmede, Erin Mills Middle, Garthwood Park, All Saints, Christ the King and St. Margaret of Scotland, St. Mark and St. Clare. Secondary schools include Erindale Secondary and Loyola.