Baby Point – Overview
The historic gates at the corner of Jane Street and Baby Point Road mark the entrance of this exclusive west-end neighbourhood. Baby Point is situated on a peninsula of land overlooking the Humber River. It is surrounded by ravine and parkland is one of the prettiest settings in Toronto.
Baby Point residents enjoy the experience of being able to walk to Baby Point village shopping district of Anette and Jane streets. This shopping area includes a floral design studio, coffee shops, art galleries and restaurants.
Baby Point Homes
The signature streets in this neighbourhood are Baby Point Road and Baby Point Crescent both which feature large English-manor houses shaded by towering oak trees. Many of these houses back onto the Humber ravine, with some commanding a magnificent view of the Humber River. There are also more modest two-storey detached houses located near Jane Street and Baby Point entrance to the neighbourhood. These houses contain rich oak trim and oak doors. The majority of Baby Point homes were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s.
Baby Point Schools
Runnymede Collegiate Institute
Baby Point Transportation
Jane Street bus to Jane Subway Station on the Bloor Danforth subway line or 15 minute walk to subway.
Motorists enjoy quick access to Lakeshore Boulevard that whisks motorists to Toronto’s Harbourfront and financial district and provides links to all of the major highways leading in and out of the city.