One of Toronto’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, Lytton Park is home to families who value its winding tree lined streets and quiet charm. One of Lytton Park’s biggest asset is its highly regarded public and private schools that are smartly located right next door to each other. These schools are within walking distance of every home in the neighbourhood.
- Style: Tudor-revival, Georgian-revival, and Colonial-style.
- Home style: Two-storey, detached.
- Lot sizes: Large.
- Driveways: Private.
- Upscale shopping along Yonge Street, Avenue Road, and Eglinton Avenue West.
- Popular shops and restaurants
- Gourmet food stores
- Specialty food and retail stores
- Gourmet coffee shops
- Boutique retailers
- Lytton Park
- Public tennis courts
- North Toronto Bowling Club
- Herbert Begg Memorial Garden
- Otter Creek Park
- Four tennis courts
- Artificial ice rinks (winter)
- Chatsworth Ravine
- John Ross Robertson Public School
- Special events
- Winter skating
- Playing field
- Children’s camps
- Lawrence Park Collegiate
- Playing fields
- Running track
Both the Eglinton and the Lawrence Subway stations on Yonge Street are within walking distance of many Lytton Park houses. Yonge Street and Avenue Road both have bus routes that connect to the Yonge subway line.
Motorists can be downtown in 15 minutes. For commuters heading out of the city by car, the Yonge Street and Avenue Road on-ramps to Highway 401 are approximately five minutes from Lytton Park.
(P) John Ross Robertson Jr., 130 Glencairn Avenue West, (416) 393-9400
(P) Glenview Sr., 401 Rosewell Avenue, (416) 393-9350
(PH) Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute, 125 Chatsworth Drive, (416) 393-9500
(PR) Havergal College, 1451 Avenue Road, (416) 483-3519
(C) Blessed Sacrament, 24 Bedford Park Avenue, (416) 393-5226
(CH) Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary, 1107 Avenue Road, (416) 393-5561