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One of Toronto’s oldest neighbourhoods, Summerhill is a fantastic residential neighbourhood with unbeatable proximity to Toronto’s downtown core. Summerhill’s stately charm is accentuated by its historic buildings, like the graceful clock tower of the old Summerhill CPR Station. The train station itself, whose glass walls and windows are reminiscent of Roman buildings and dazzling in the sun - probably one of the most beautiful LCBO sites in Toronto – is also unbeatable. The stretch of Yonge street between Rosedale and St. Clair provides striking contrast, offering a wealth of the trendiest shops and restaurants, from chic small restaurants to the latest in luxury fashion.
The wide and winding residential streets are a pleasure for summer strolls, featuring mainly Victorian and Edwardian homes and some upscale, several-storey apartments and condominiums. Summerhill Gardens, with its gentle looping streets and extraordinary trees, is one of the most coveted addresses in Toronto.
David A. Balfour Park and Rosehill Reservoir Park provide hours of kid-friendly activities, from a generous wading pool to a sprawling playground. Several excellent schools are nearby, including Brown Junior Public School and the prestigious De La Salle. For family dog-walks and lone joggers alike, the parks offer foot paths which connect with a network of other parks in the city.
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