Robert  Nardi

Robert Nardi


RE/MAX PREMIER INC., Brokerage - Wilson Office *

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Robert  Nardi

Robert Nardi


RE/MAX PREMIER INC., Brokerage - Wilson Office *

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Centennial Park



Centennial Park Map



The Centennial Park neighbourhood is located at the western edge of the City of Toronto. It is bordered on the east by Highway 427, to the north by Pearson International Airport and to the west by Centennial Park and the Etobicoke River Valley.

This neighbourhood is home to people from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and levels of income. It has many fine attributes including an abundance of parkland, a diverse housing stock, a local library, an excellent selection of public and separate schools and convenient access to shopping and transportation.



Eatonville houses east of Highway 427 were built in the late 1940's and the 1950's. These houses consist of detached bungalows, one-and-a-half-storey homes, and Cape Cod style two-storey houses. Many of the bungalows in this part of the neighbourhood are being torn down and replaced by custom designed new homes.

The houses west of Highway 427 were built in the 1960's and 1970's. This part of the neighbourhood contains a mix of brick bungalows, semi-detached houses, and large detached two-storey homes. Eatonville's main arterial streets including the West and East Malls and Burnhamthorpe Road contain a mix of rental and condominium high-rise apartments and townhouses.



Centennial Park Homes



The Centennial Park neighbourhood was one of the last areas where working farms operated within Toronto. In fact, it wasn't until 1968 when the Hirons farm was sold to developers that this area was completely urbanized.

Author Ester Heyes, in her book Etobicoke - from furrow to borough, remembers the Hirons farm. " Harold Hirons and his father before him had owned the 88 1/2 acre property fronting on Elmcrest Road at Rathburn Road from the days of the Furrow to a time well beyond the establishment of a Borough". When all around him the land had been turned into modern residential communities Harold Hirons continued to carry on a highly successful dairy farm, shipping milk to Toronto daily.

Heyes then quotes Mrs. Hirons as saying that "we felt sorry for our new neighbours who could not go out and gather their own strawberries, and the fruit from their own orchards, fresh picked vegetables from their kitchen gardens and eggs warm from the nest". Certainly this was the end of a simpler way of life.

In 1967, the former Borough of Etobicoke created Centennial Park as a centennial project to celebrate Canada's one hundredth birthday. It is this landmark park after which this neighbourhood is named.



Bus Service along Eglinton Avenue, The West Mall, and Rathburn and Burnhamthorpe Roads provide passengers with connecting routes to Go Transit and TTC stations.

Motorists enjoy convenient access to Highway 427 from the Eglinton, Rathburn, and Burnhamthorpe on-ramps. This highway provides connecting routes to Toronto's network of commuter highways. The Pearson International Airport on-ramps are also located off of Highway 427, just a few minutes from this neighbourhood.



Centennial Park is a regional park that includes 525 acres of recreational facilities. This enormous park has indoor hockey arenas, ski hills, a public golf course, a Mini-Indy track, tennis courts, a 2200 seat stadium, playing fields, a pond with paddleboats, picnic sites and a greenhouse. Centennial Park is also the home of the Etobicoke Olympium, a multi-purpose recreational facility that is known for its aquatics, rhythmic gymnastics and aerobics programs. The Etobicoke Olympium also features its own fitness club and pro shop.

Local parks in this community include Elmbrook Park which has a large children’s playground and is also the home of the Elmbrook Public Library. Wellsworth Park and Broadacres Park each contain children's playgrounds and a baseball diamond. Eringate Park has baseball diamonds, a children's playground and an outdoor pool.


Centennial Park Recreation

Mostly Detached Bungalows, 3 bedroom homes.

Below is a sample of addresses in this area. If you want a detailed specific similiar list in your area please contact us. Thank You.

Foxcote Cres, Wellesworth Dr, Stoneham Rd, Hollister Rd, Elderfield Cres, Pebble Valley Lane, Birgitta Cres, Rexton Rd, Neilson Dr, Allonsius Dr, Odessa Ave, Belgate Pl, Renforth Dr, Mooreshead Dr, Bradbury Cres, Ashfield Dr, Crendon Dr, The West Mall Rd, Newington Cres, Embers Dr, Endwood Rd, Saffron Cres.



Mostly 2 bedroom condo apartments.

Below is a sample of addresses in this area. If you want a detailed specific similiar list in your area please contact us. Thank You.

The West Mall, Renforth Dr, Eva Rd, Applewood Lane.


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Robert supports the Children's Miracle Network and the Canadian Breast Cancer Society with Every SALE!


For the last 30 years, I have been committed to serving my clients as a top negotiator with professionalism and ethics. Honesty, perseverance and thoroughness, combined with resourcefulness are paramount in attempting to meet my client’s needs.
I have a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in accounting. Prior to my Real Estate Career, I worked in public accounting for over 8 years. My experience in accounting offered me what I believe to be a relative and specific area of expertise, assisting my clients in formulating budgets and mortgages. Have good working knowledge in residential, commercial and new construction sales. 
I contribute some of my success to a good team of other professionals that facilitate my work, but foremost of my Team Members. Having gained the theoretical knowledge and practical experience, your confidence in me will bring you the reward of realizing your real estate goals. We service the greater Toronto and surrounding areas. I am also a participant of the Children's Miracle  Network and Canadian Breast Cancer Society. A portion of each sale I make are contributed to these networks.  I also run an annual car rally with the Firebird Club of Canada to raise money for the Children's Wish Foundation. 




Robert Nardi:

 Diamond Award Team Winner 2023 - Top 24 of 50 Medium Teams for Re/Max Canada

*  Diamond Award Team Winner 2022 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #49

*  Diamond Award Team Winner 2021 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #86 

*  Titan Award Winner 2020 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #88 

* Titan Award Winner 2019 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #38 and World#95

* Titan Award Winner 2018 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #33 and World#85

* Legend of Circles 2017 - Top 100 Teams for Re/Max Canada #35 and World #87

* Diamond Club 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2021

* Platinum Award Winner 1997-2003, 2006-2013

* Chairman's Club 2003 - 2005

* Lifetime Achievement award 2007

* RE/MAX Hall of Fame

* Registered Relocation Specialist


Designation: B.Comm

Education: B.Comm.(Accountancy)

Specialty: Residential and Pre Construction Condos, Towns and Homes

Experience: 30 Years

Area Covered: Toronto, Vaughan, Mississauga, Brampton, North York, Etobicoke and surrounding GTA

Languages Spoken: English, French, Italian