Henry farm is a family-oriented neighbourhood located in the North York district of Toronto. It is bordered by Sheppard Avenue East, Highway 401, Don River and Don Mills Road.
The neighbourhood borrows its name from the Henry Mulholland family who owned the land in 1806 and then sold it. The land was later bought back by Henry’s grandson, who sold it to a developer in 1958.
The Fairview Shopping Center is one of the largest shopping centers in Toronto and offers the Henry Farm community several shopping and recreational options. There is a variety of good public schools, and churches in addition to the recreation facilities at the Fairview public library. The East Don Valley parkland trail runs through the Moatfield Farm Park and Havenbook Park.
Henry Farm homes comprise Tudor style, Georgian Revival style, split-level houses, bungalows, condominium townhouse complexes and high-rise apartments.