Summerhill for Sophisticated Torontonians
South of Yonge and St Clair and within walking distance of Yorkville and Bloor Street shopping, Summerhill is easily explored on foot.
The landmark that first springs to mind is the clock tower of the former North Toronto Railway Station, which is now a liquor store and coffee shop, next to the Summerhill subway station. But the community is also known for its attractive mix of independent stores and restaurants along Yonge Street, as well as several fine furniture stores and galleries.
The tree-lined residential streets are a quiet retreat from the nearby downtown core and the many neighbourhood parks are perfect for pet owners. Both Ramsden Park and the Vale of Avoca offer a network of trails popular with walkers, runners and cyclists.
It’s no surprise that this uniquely residential community, so close to downtown and served by several subway stations, is popular with sophisticated Torontonians looking for the best of both worlds.
Take a look at our most recent listing at 59 Farnham Avenue.