This tiny neighborhood is affectionately named because it’s in the shape of a triangle made by Richmond Street, Western Road, and Windermere Road. This purely residential neighborhood is filled with beautiful mature trees. It’s made up of large single detached homes. A lot of these homes were built in the 1990s with nice sized front yards and sizable backyards. The larger homes are custom builds that give incredible charm and character into the neighborhood.
The Triangle is close by to Western University. Both Masonville and St. Kateri Catholic school are really close by, but there are French Immersion, public, and Catholic schools that are within this district. Elementary Masonville Public School St. Kateri Louise Arbour French Immersion Public School St. John French Immersion Secondary Mother Teresa Secondary A.B Lucas Secondary School Sir Frederick Banting Secondary School Montcalm Secondary School
The Triangle is close by to Western University, making this a great location for students. One of the best amenities of this neighborhood is its proximity to the Masonville area. There is a large shopping plaza nearby at Richmond and Fanshawe Park Road that has everything you need, from entertainment, home essentials, restaurants, and shopping.
Entertainment is never far away in The Triangle Neighborhood. In Masonville Mall, SilverCity and Rec Room are great places for date night, family fun, or to hang out with friends. The London Public Library and GoodLife Fitness are also in the shopping plaza. Weekly errands and home essentials are convenient and efficiently all close by in the Masonville shopping district. You’ll be able to cross things off your to-do list at the LCBO, Best Buy, Staples, PetSmart, Loblaws, banks, Farm Boy, JYSK, Canada Post, Home Sense, Bulk Barn, The Beer Store, and even fill up the car at a gas station. Foodies will love living in this neighborhood. Beertown Public House, Five Guys, Jack Astor’s,The Keg, Richies, Nandos, Three10, and The Shed and the many choices in the mall’s food court will keep all kinds of taste buds satisfied for brunch, lunch, and dinner. While The Triangle is an entirely residential neighborhood, there are multiple parks close by to enjoy. Carriage Hill Park has a large play structure with multiple slides and climbing spots, swings, benches, and lots of green space. This park is a fun spot for families to visit. Helen Mott Shaw Park is also close by and has a trail through forested area that is perfect for long family walks. Nearby is also Ambleside Park has a playground, swings, walking paths that are also accessible, lots of green space, tennis courts, and even a mini basketball court. Ross Park is a short distance away and has a large expansive green space for playing frisbee, or soccer, or throwing around a ball. It also has lots of large trees that make for shaded areas that are perfect for having a picnic. On top of all of the beautiful parks, the Thames River is close by. It has walking and biking trails that can take you all around London.