Kilally Valley is a relatively newer neighborhood in the NorthEast area of London. It’s located along the curve of the Thames River with Highbury Avenue North running through the middle of it. Because of the Environmentally Significant Areas that surround Kilally Valley, this is a beautiful neighborhood to live in that has beautiful and thriving green space all around it. This is an incredible location to live in if you’re looking for a place to raise a family that’s close to lots of parks and nature, while still having conveniences close by.
The neighborhood is made up of mostly newer buildings, built in the early 21st century, with the majority of them being single family homes. Modern condos with great amenities and townhomes can also be found in the mix of this neighborhood. The price of the homes in Kilally Valley range between the low $500,000s to the high $700,00s.
Kilally Valley has a mix of Elementary, Secondary, Catholic, and French Immersion schools in the district, giving you options for your family. Elementary Evelyn Harrison Public School Louise Arbour French Immersion Public School St. Anne St. John French Immersion Secondary Montcalm Secondary School Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School Mother Teresa Secondary
One of the best things about this location is the incredible parks, trails, and environmentally significant areas that are all close by. First and foremost, the neighborhood is cradled within the Thames River, giving great fishing and beautiful views. Then you have multiple parks, such as
Kilally Valley Park, Cedar Hollow Park, Kilally Meadows ESA, Kilally Woods, Meander Creek Park. Within these parks, you have a hiking trails, walking trails, accessible trails, play structures, and even swing sets, which means that you and your family can find plenty of excuses to head outdoors and enjoy being active together. What’s great about Kilally Valley is the fact that while being surrounded by such beauty, it’s still close to the essential amenities. You’ll find a Shoppers Drug Mart, No Frills, Giant Tiger, Walmart, Scotia Bank, Rexall, Dollarama, London Public Library, Pet Valu, Fit4Less, and even the thrift store Talize. For those who love supporting local mom and pop restaurants, then you’ll love that this neighborhood boasts some great gems such as Fromaggios Pie Shack, Jay’s Garden, and Johnny’s are must-trys. If you’re more of a sucker for the tried and true, Archie’s Fish and Chips, A&W, and Domino's has got you covered there.