Lawrence Park is a beautiful and well-kempt Toronto neighbourhood that houses only the affluent as it has been ranked one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in all of Canada. South of Lawrence and north of Eglinton, between Yonge and Bayview comes a neighbourhood full of greenspace including parks, ravines, and recreational facilities for residential use—including the exclusive Granite Club (an invitation only country club known for its athletics) and the Rosedale Golf Club.
The homes vary in style but many Tudors, Georgians, and Colonials can be found among deep lots with price tags close to $2.5 million.
Who Lives Here?
Lawrence Park offers parents a plethora of education choices with public and private options including but not limited to the Toronto French School, Crescent School and SOLA—School of Liberal Arts.
What's There To Do?
Dining and shopping can be done locally at Yonge and Lawrence where residents will find everything food oriented from pub fare to sandwich shops, fusion cuisine, Asian, Italian and more! Be sure to check out the many fashion stores and grocery shops including the Friendly Butcher at 3269 Yonge and the Camden Market at 2500 Yonge which will provide you with all your fresh produce, meats, and cheeses! Another local hot spot is the little café with a big theme—For The Win which offers patrons a wide range of board games to play in house while snacking on light fare such as comfort food sandwiches, rich desserts, and a variety of hot and cold caffeinated beverages.
What About Commuting?
Commuters can be sure that most homes are walking distance of the many bus routes that service the area along with access to the Yonge-University-Spadina Subway line via Lawrence Park.