Rosedale is an upscale, mature, family-friendly neighbourhood originally designed to take advantage of the natural ravine landscape to create an island of calm close to the heart of the city.
Moore Park is an upscale, mature, family-friendly neighbourhood originally designed to take advantage of the natural surrounding ravine landscape to create an island of calm close to the heart of the city.
Forest Hill is one of Toronto’s most prestigious and affluent neighbourhoods, rivalling Rosedale and the Bridle Path. While most of Forest Hill was originally developed by the 1930s, the original village wasn’t annexed to the City of Toronto until 1967.
Deer Park is centred on the intersection of Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue. Often lumped into the Rosedale-Moore Park and/or Yonge-St.Clair neighbourhood profiles.
Yorkville is the ultimate in sophisticated urban living. The area sits adjacent to the downtown core, The Annex and The University of Toronto, making it a vibrant, diverse neighbourhood that offers the best of city living in a grand, historic environment.
The Annex is the ne-plus-ultra in sophisticated urban living. The area sits adjacent to the downtown core, University of Toronto and Yorkville, making it a vibrant, diverse neighbourhood that offers the best of city living in a grand, historic environment.
This established neighbourhood of primarily detached homes, many built between 1919 and 1950, features large manicured lawns and mature, tree-lined streets. Many newer, custom-built homes add to the elegant character of the neighbourhood.
Located in North Toronto, Lytton Park is a small neighbourhood between Yonge Street and Mona Drive (only a few blocks west of Avenue) and between Lawrence and Briar Hill Avenue.
This little pocket of Toronto sits south west of Yonge and Eglinton, a trendy area that draws people in from all over the city. Upscale shopping, trendy restaurants, vibrant office space, parks and TTC subway, this neighbourhood has it all
Bennington Heights is one of Toronto’s most exclusive and sought after neighbourhoods… and it’s easy to see why. Over the years it has been the home of many prominent Torontonians including author Margaret Atwood, whose highly acclaimed novel Cat’s eye, is loosely based on her childhood growing up in Bennington Heights.
Originally planned as Toronto’s “new Rosedale” in the early 1900s, Leaside surpassed expectations to become a popular neighbourhood and high-end housing district. Leaside’s schools, recreation, parks, boutiques and restaurants attract diverse clientele.
This mid-town neighbourhood exists on either side of Mount Pleasant Avenue and features one of the highest “walkability” scores in Toronto. Many area homes were built between the 1920s and 1960s, and include single family and semi-detached, as well as row houses and new condominium developments
Allenby is anchored by Allenby Public School which opened in 1927. Allenby Public School has an excellent reputation and offers a French Immersion program for children grades one to six.