Construction in Edenbridge mostly spanned from the mid-1930s until the 1960s, producing many different styles of home, including; Georgian, Tudor, English cottage, Cape Cod, ranch bungalows, split-level homes, contemporary, and modernist.
Humber Valley Village is an upper/middle-income, family-oriented neighbourhood with curving streets and an abundance of mature trees, with the eastern boundary of the community formed by the Humber River Valley Ravine. Built between the 1930s and 1960s, the area features many luxury homes, with pockets of high-end condominiums and townhouses.
Chestnut Hills is reminiscent of a village within the city, with its winding streets and idyllic green space. Featuring a mix of older and new homes, it is a cozy, family neighbourhood.