Lawrence Park is one of Toronto’s most exclusive residential neighbourhoods. It is located in a very peaceful and tranquil setting that includes gently rolling hills, winding roads and a lush topography.
Lawrence Park’s shops, schools and recreational facilities are located on it’s periphery, which keeps traffic on the residential streets to a minimum.
- Style: English Cottage, Tudor Revival, Georgian, and Colonial design.
- Home style: Semi-detached, detached.
- Lot sizes: Average – large.
- Driveways: Private, shared
- Yonge and Lawrence shopping district
- High-end stores
- Boutique shops
- Specialty shops
- Children’s stores
- Gift shops
- Gourmet coffee shops
- Lawrence Park
- Clay surface tennis courts
- Lawn bowling club
- Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens
- Lawrence Park Ravine footpath
- The George Locke Public Library
- Programs for adults, children, and preschoolers
- Blythwood Ravine
Most Lawrence Park residents are within walking distance of bus routes that run along Yonge Street, Mount Pleasant Road, Bayview Avenue, and Lawrence Avenue.
The Lawrence subway station, located at the intersection of Yonge and Lawrence, is part of the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line.
The Yonge Street on-ramp to Highway 401 is a five to ten minute drive from Lawrence Park.
(P) Blythwood Jr., 2 Strathgowan Crescent, (416) 393-9105
(P) Sunny View Jr. & Sr., 450 Blythwood Road, (416) 393-9275
(PH) Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute, 125 Chatsworth Drive, (416) 393-9500
(PH) North Toronto Collegiate Institute, 70 Roehampton Avenue, (416) 393-9180
(PH) Northern Secondary, 851 Mt. Pleasant Road, (416) 393-0270
(PR) St. Clements School, 21 St. Clements Avenue, (416) 483-4835
(PR) Havergal College, 1451 Avenue Road, (416) 483-3519
(PR) The Toronto French School, 296 Lawrence Avenue East, (416) 484-6533