Lytton Park – Overview
Lytton Park is generally defined as the encompassing the area from Yonge Street to half block or so west of Mona drive where the municipal boundaries of Old Toronto and North York aligned. The first house in this area was established in 1828 and is now one the oldest private residences in Toronto. Lytton Park schools are a big draw and are highly regarded which attract many families to the area.
Lytton Park is very pedestrian friendly with excellent shops and restaurants abound along Yonge Street, Avenue Road and Eglinton, with Pusateri’s within walking distance.
Lytton Park Homes
The streets in this established neighbourhood are graced by a Mature tree canopy. This leafy backdrop shades the beautiful brick Georgian, Colonial, American Foursquare, Victorian and Tudor style homes that were mostly built between 1920 and 1945. Most lots are 40 to 50 feet wide with varying depths. Almost all houses are with private drives.
Lytton Park – Schools
John Ross Robertson Jr
Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute
Marshall McLuhan Catholic Secondary
Lytton Park – Transportation
20 minute commute by car or public transport to Toronto’s business, financial, medical and university districts.