Reza Ipchilar - Luxury Toronto Real Estate
Situated between Yonge Street and Bayview Avenue, and Lawrence Avenue and Blythwood Ravine, Lawrence Park is one of Toronto’s wealthiest neighbourhoods, famous for its whimsical houses situated amongst rolling hills, winding roads, and lush scenery.

Suburb-Style Calm with Major City Excitement

The schools, shops, and recreational facilities of Lawrence Park are on the periphery of the neighbourhood, so the residential streets are relatively quiet and traffic-free. That promise of a peaceful, tranquil neighbourhood with easy access to excellent shopping and eating opportunities on the surrounding main streets puts Lawrence Park real estate in high demand.

Homes in Lawrence Park are accessible from anywhere in Toronto, being within walking distance of the multiple bus routes that run along Yonge, Mount Pleasant, Bayview, and Lawrence, as well as from Lawrence Subway Station. If you’re travelling further, the Yonge Street on-ramp to Highway 401 is only a 5-10 minute drive away.

Luxury Homes in Lawrence Park

Homebuyers who don’t want to choose between old and new will find a perfect Toronto home in Lawrence Park. Most of the houses were built between 1910 and the late 1940s, and renovations in the area have been careful to bring in a modern style while preserving the old charm of the houses, including leaded glass windows, wood trims around the doors and window frames, decorative fireplace mantels, and rich hardwood floors. With a variety of house sizes and architectural styles, including English Cottage, Tudor Revival, and Georgian & Colonial, you’re certain to find a house that meets your taste.

Lawrence Park is also home to several high-end midrise condominiums, with more premium buildings on the way.

Bright Futures

Lawrence Park is incredibly family-centric. You’ll find a variety of high-quality programming for adults, children, and preschoolers alike in the George Locke Public Library. The neighbourhood contains multiple parks and parkettes, and Lawrence Park itself has excellent recreational facilities, including three clay surface tennis courts, a lawn bowling club, and the Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens, an award-winning multi-level strolling garden. The park also provides access to the beautiful Lawrence Park Ravine footpath.

The variety of notable public and private schools in and around Lawrence Park contributes to making this neighbourhood an ideal place to raise a family.

These public and private schools include:

Public Schools

  • Sunny View Junior and Senior Public School for grades JK-8
  • Blythwood Junior Public School for grades JK-8
  • Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute for grades 9-12
  • Bedford Park Public School for grades JK-8
  • Blessed Sacrament Catholic School for grades JK-8

Private Schools

  • St. Clement’s School for girls grades 1-12
  • Toronto French School – Toronto Campus, French immersion and International Baccalaureate program for age 2 – grade 12
  • Crestwood School for grades JK-6
  • Children’s Garden Nursery School for nursery - kindergarten