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    Cameron Campbell and Angie Naccarato

    Sales Representatives

    RE/MAX Realty Specialists Inc., Brokerage

     Forest Hill is one of Toronto’s wealthiest and most affluent neighbourhoods along with neighbourhoods such as Rosedale, The Bridle Path and The Kingsway,.  It is home to many prominent Toronto business people, doctors, and lawyers. It is one of Toronto's most prestigious districts with elements that contribute to the unique character of the area.  A majority of the area  does not have sidewalks, and the streets are often wide within the residential interior of the neighbourhood. Landscaping and the natural surroundings are also a large part of the character of the neighbourhood with landscaping  done to many homes.  

    The Upper Village is dominated  by Tudor and Georgian style homes, but  the architectural styles range from French Colonial to English Country Manors.  Luxurious details such  as sculptured gardens, lawns and gated entrances are quite widespread. The mansions in Lower Forest Hill are rivalled only by those found in Rosedale.  Forest Hill also contains a fair number of  luxury condominium buildings located west of Spadina on Lonsdale Road. 

    In Forest Hill South,  the average sold price in 2017 for a detached property was $4,053,358, and in  Forest Hill North, the average was $2,056,973 .  (keep in mind that these are average price ranges and real estate in Forest Hill North and South can be very expensive with homes selling as high as $5,000,000+ depending on square footage, location and property features). 

    (stats taken from Jan.-Dec all sq. ft. all amount of bedrooms)

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    Forest Hill Village is the commercial part of Forest Hill, a short block along Spadina Road, on either side of Lonsdale.  Forest Hill extends roughly from Briar Hill Avenue in the north (the Upper Village officially part of the Forest Hill North) to Heath Street in the south (the Lower Village, officially the major part of Forest Hill South, along Spadina Road between Bathurst Street/Cedarvale Ravine and Avenue Road. 

    Forest Hill Village was completely developed by the 1930's and is known for its upscale shopping and dining, although the actual mix of stores includes several modest enterprises. Forest Hill Village has attracted extensive residential development, both within the original boundaries of Forest Hill and in adjacent neighbourhoods to which developers have now extended the Village and Forest Hill names.

    The Upper Village housing were mainly built in the 1940s and 50's. Many homes have been, or are being significantly renovated, with some being torn down completely to make way for monster 'neo-classical' homes.  Forest Hill North extends from Briar Hill Avenue in the north to Eglinton Avenue West in the south, and from Latimer Avenue in the east to Allen Road and Marlee Avenue in the north-west and south-west, respectively.

    Forest Hill South is directly south of Forest Hill North. It extends from Eglinton Ave West in the north to Tichester Road in the south, and from Bathurst Street in the west to Elmsthorpe Road in the northeast and Avenue Road and the Oriole Parkway in the east. There is an additional stretch of Forest Hill South between Bathurst Street and Spadina Road, north of Lonsdale Road.

    Forest Hill's schools are among the best in the country. They include two of Canada's most revered private schools: Upper Canada College for boys, and Bishop Strachan School for girls.

    Schools located in this district

    Forest Hill Junior and Senior Public School

    The Bishop Strachan School

    Holy Rosary Catholic School

    St. Michael's College School

    Upper Canada College 


    Check School boards for other schools in the area for homes located outside these boundary lines.