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Argyle is a large neighbourhood on the east side of London encompassing several smaller neighbourhoods.
Berkshire Village is a small residential neighbourhood located in southwest London.
Bishop Hellmuth is a Heritage Conservation District with many heritage homes and churches dating back to the 1870s.
Blackfriars is a small neighbourhood running along the Thames River close to the Downtown core.
Bostwick is a rapidly growing neighbourhood in the southwest end of the city.
Broughdale is a historic neighbourhood located in close proximity to Western University.
Byron is a large residential neighbourhood in southwest London with a small town feel and strong sense of community.
Carling Heights is an eclectic neighbourhood in northeast London, with variety of residential and commercial areas.
Cedar Hollow is a new neighbourhood in the northeast corner of the city, not far from Fanshawe Lake.
Chelsea Green is a small neighbourhood just southeast of the core area.
Cherryhill is a unique neighbourhood near the University, known for its high density of apartment buildings.
Cleardale is a residential neighbourhood in the south end of London.
The downtown core is the business centre of London, and has recently become a popular entertainment district.
Fairmont is located in the southeast corner of the city at the junction of the Thames River and Pottersburg Creek.
Fox Field is a new subdivision located in the northwest corner of the city.
Glen Cairn Woods is a residential neighbourhood in southeast London.
Hale Street District is a mature neighbourhood, adjacent to Kiwanis Park in east London
Hamilton Road is a diverse neighbourhood with many local shops, restaurants and historic homes.
Hazelden is a small residential neighbourhood in west London, within the larger Oakridge area.
The Highland neighbourhood is a residential are in south London surrounding the Highland Golf Club.
The Hunt Club neighbourhood is located at the northwest corner of Oakridge.
The Huron Heights is a large neighbourhood in the northeast end of London with many schools, parks and shopping areas.
Hyde Park is a quickly growing neighbourhood in London’s northwest corner.
Kensal Park is a residential neighbourhood just southwest of the downtown core.
Kensington Village is a small neighbourhood tucked in between the Thames River and Riverside Dr.
Kilally Valley is a newer neighbourhood located in the city’s northeast corner.
Kipps Lane is a diverse neighbourhood in northeast London.
Lambeth is a neighbourhood in southwest London known for its unique small town feel.
Lockwood Park is a residential neighbourhood located in south London.
Longwoods is a recently developed subdivision in south London.
Manor Park is a neighbourhood just southwest of downtown London.
The Masonville neighbourhood contains a large commercial district and the residential area southeast of the mall.
Midtown is the area centred along Dundas St. between the downtown core and Old East Village.
Nelson Park is a large residential neighbourhood located within the Argyle district in east London.
North Talbot is a central neighbourhood, located between Richmond Row and the Thames River.
Northridge is a residential neighbourhood in northeast London, known for its tree lined streets and access to the Thames River.
Oakridge is a large, family-oriented neighbourhood in west London.
Oakridge Crossings is a newly developed neighbourhood in northwest London.
Old East Village is a historic neighbourhood just east of downtown London, known for its unique houses and commercial district.
Old Masonville is a neighbourhood in northwest London located to the west of Masonville Mall and commercial district.
Old North is a large, historic neighbourhood located between Downtown and Western University.
Old South is located just south of downtown London, and is known for its diverse houses, and the Wortley Village commercial district.
Orchard Park and Sherwood Forest is a residential neighbourhood located just north of the Western University campus.
Oxford Park is a small neighbourhood located between Blackfriars and Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in west London.
Piccadilly is a small historic neighbourhood located just north of Woodfield in central London.
Pond Mills is a residential area in the southeast corner of the city that features the natural beauty of the Pond Mills ESA.
Pottersburg is a small neighbourhood located within Argyle in east London.
Proudfoot is a neighbourhood in west London characterized by a concentration of tall apartment buildings and large open greenspace.
River Bend is a recently developed neighbourhood in the far west end of the city, adjacent to Kains Woods.
Riverforks is a small neighbourhood located just west of downtown along the Thames River.
Rowntree Park is a residential neighbourhood in south London, just east of Old South.
The Smoke Stack District is located just east of Old East Village, and is characterized by the many historic industrial buildings, smokestacks and train tracks.
SoHo is a neighbourhood just south of downtown London, that features an eclectic mix of housing styles and local businesses.
Southcrest is a residential neighbourhood in south London.
St. George-Grosvenor is a small neighbourhood within the boundaries of Old North, along the banks of the Thames River.
Stoney Creek is a quickly growing residential neighbourhood in the northeast corner of London.
Stoneybrook is a quiet residential neighbourhood just east of Masonville Mall surrounded by the Stoney Creek Valley.
Summerside is a growing residential neighbourhood in the city's southeast, with a diverse mix of housing.
Sunningdale is a growing neighbourhood in northwest London, named after the golf course just north of the residential area.
Talbot Village is a recently developed neighbourhood in southwest London, featuring a mix of housing styles and a large commercial plaza.
The Coves is a small neighbourhood just southwest of the downtown core, named after the Coves Ponds ESA.
The Gorhamclarke Triangle is a small residential neighbourhood in east London within the larger Argyle area.
The Triangle is a small residential area nestled between Masonville and Western University.
Trafalgar Heights is a residential neighbourhood in the eastern portion of the larger Argyle area.
University Heights is a mainly residential neighbourhood near Western University.
Stoneybrook Heights is a neighbourhood in north London. The majority of houses in the area are single family detached homes built in the 1980s and 1990s.
Westminster is a large residential neighbourhood in southeast London, with diverse housing styles and many schools.
Westmount is a large neighbourhood in southwest London, with many family homes, schools, parks and commercial shopping districts.
White Oaks is a large neighbourhood in south London, featuring a range of housing styles and the commercial and transit hub of White Oaks Mall.
Woodfield is a historic residential neighbourhood in Central London, just northeast of downtown.
Cranbrook is a part of the Westmount neighbourhood, specifically on the west side of Wonderland.
Northcrest is a small neighbourhood in north London, not far from Masonville.
Uplands is a neighbourhood in north London. The majority of houses in the area are single detached homes built in the 1990s or 2000s
Whitehills is a residential neighbourhood in northwest London.