Lytton Park will greet you with character homes, large lots, manicured gardens, and streets lined with mature trees. This neighbourhood is centred on Lytton Park (where it gets its name), and is well known for its excellent schools.
The homes of Lytton Park were built on large lots, between 1890 and 1930, with mostly Georgian and Tudor architecture. Many of the homes have undergone extensive renovations which have transformed the architecture of the neighbourhood. Doctors, lawyers, stockbrokers and corporate executives make up a majority of the population here. Residents value the quiet, convenience, and easy access to transportation. Downtown is about 15 minutes away, and on-ramps to the 401 are approximately 5 minutes from Lytton Park.
The many public and private schools in the area are often the deciding factor for those looking to move to Lytton Park. It’s a pedestrian-friendly neighbourhood that offers popular shops within walking distance, and lots of cafes, restaurants, boutiques and independent retailers, all of which contributes to the convenience of living here.
Serene Lytton Park has 3 public tennis courts and the North Toronto Lawn Bowling Club. Herbert Begg Memorial Garden is close by, perfect for enjoying a walk and appreciating the beautiful garden. Otter Creek Park is popular for its skating rink, used for skateboarding in the summer. If you love winter activities, Glenview Public School is well-known for its perfect toboggan hill.