The Yonge and Eglinton Area

Allenby is very popular with families that have young children.

Bedford Park
Has a good mix of detached and semi-detached homes.

Chaplin Estates
Distinguished midtown Toronto neighbourhood has always been one of Toronto's most exclusive addresses.

Davisville Village
The houses west of Mount Pleasant Road are mostly large two and three-storey English Cottage and Edwardian-style homes.

Hogg's Hollow
Is set in a lush landscape with a hill and dale topography that is left unfettered and in its original state without the intrusion of sidewalks.

Lawrence Park
A variety of architectural styles including English Cottage, Tudor Revival and Georgian and Colonial style designs.

Lytton Park
Detached houses, situated on large lots with lush gardens.

North Toronto
Contains a large number of low and high-rise apartment buildings

Teddington Park
Teddington Park Avenue, a wide tree-lined boulevard that contains large Tudor and Georgian style houses.

Wanless Park
Most of the houses are two storey, however there is a sprinkling of bungalows in this neighbourhood as well.

Schools in the Yonge and Eglinton area

The Yonge and Eglinton area has many of private, public, Catholic and Jewish schools, colleges and universities.

Editor's Note: If you are using the website as a resource to buying or renting a home in the City of Toronto, please note that the schools listed on this website have very definite enrollment boundaries. Prior to buying or renting , you should phone the school you are interested in enrolling your child, in order to confirm that they will accept children from the address you are considering moving to.

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