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The Humber Valley
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A Welcoming
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The Kingsway is truly one of those neighbourhoods that has it all. Quiet spaces, big swaths of green, riverside parkland, fantastic schools, gorgeous homes, and great shopping, dining and entertainment along Dundas and Bloor.

It’s a peaceful spot that makes you feel like you’re miles from the hustle and bustle of the city – even though you’re right in the 416, just minutes away from downtown. You’re close to charming Bloor West Village, with its fruit markets and delis, and hot-spot Roncy, where you can see the influence of the area’s historic character, mixed in with some of the hippest dining and shopping around. And don’t forget the Junction, a quick jaunt east along Dundas...a hipster paradise of funky clothing shops, artisanal food producers, art galleries and more.

The Kingsway is truly one of those neighbourhoods that has it all. Quiet spaces, big swaths of green, riverside parkland, fantastic schools, gorgeous homes, and great shopping, dining and entertainment along Dundas and Bloor.

It’s a peaceful spot that makes you feel like you’re miles from the hustle and bustle of the city – even though you’re right in the 416, just minutes away from downtown. You’re close to charming Bloor West Village, with its fruit markets and delis, and hot-spot Roncy, where you can see the influence of the area’s historic character, mixed in with some of the hippest dining and shopping around. And don’t forget the Junction, a quick jaunt east along Dundas...a hipster paradise of funky clothing shops, artisanal food producers, art galleries and more.

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Incredible parkland. Riverside trails. Gracious English-inspired homes. Elegant shops. Great golf. Excellent schools. Easy transit access. The Kingsway really does have it all.

Originally developed by Robert Home Smith as an ideal “Garden City” community in the 1930s, the neighbourhood featured leafy, winding streets with tastefully appointed Arts and Crafts homes aimed at affluent homebuyers.

Smith also built the Old Mill Restaurant – its Tudor Revival facade and well-appointed interior inspired much of the English architecture in the community.

Today that restaurant is also an elegant inn and spa, drawing visitors from around the globe. Today, you can have high tea (or a fantastic Sunday Brunch) in the beautiful restaurant, a massage in the luxury spa – and a walk through some of the city’s most picturesque parkland along the Humber River, just a stone’s throw from the hotel.

The area also boasts the prestigious Lambton Golf and Country Club, the 10km Humber River Trail, and James Gardens, a botanical garden with broad lawns, flowers, rock gardens, nature trails, ponds, streams and a lawn bowling club.

Incredible parkland. Riverside trails. Gracious English-inspired homes. Elegant shops. Great golf. Excellent schools. Easy transit access. The Kingsway really does have it all.

Originally developed by Robert Home Smith as an ideal “Garden City” community in the 1930s, the neighbourhood featured leafy, winding streets with tastefully appointed Arts and Crafts homes aimed at affluent homebuyers.

Smith also built the Old Mill Restaurant – its Tudor Revival facade and well-appointed interior inspired much of the English architecture in the community.

Today that restaurant is also an elegant inn and spa, drawing visitors from around the globe. Today, you can have high tea (or a fantastic Sunday Brunch) in the beautiful restaurant, a massage in the luxury spa – and a walk through some of the city’s most picturesque parkland along the Humber River, just a stone’s throw from the hotel.

The area also boasts the prestigious Lambton Golf and Country Club, the 10km Humber River Trail, and James Gardens, a botanical garden with broad lawns, flowers, rock gardens, nature trails, ponds, streams and a lawn bowling club.

Incredible parkland. Riverside trails. Gracious English-inspired homes. Elegant shops. Great golf. Excellent schools. Easy transit access. The Kingsway really does have it all.

Originally developed by Robert Home Smith as an ideal “Garden City” community in the 1930s, the neighbourhood featured leafy, winding streets with tastefully appointed Arts and Crafts homes aimed at affluent homebuyers.

Smith also built the Old Mill Restaurant – its Tudor Revival facade and well-appointed interior inspired much of the English architecture in the community. Today that restaurant is also an elegant inn and spa, drawing visitors from around the globe. Today, you can have high tea (or a fantastic Sunday Brunch) in the beautiful restaurant, a massage in the luxury spa – and a walk through some of the city’s most picturesque parkland along the Humber River, just a stone’s throw from the hotel.

The area also boasts the prestigious Lambton Golf and Country Club, the 10km Humber River Trail, and James Gardens, a botanical garden with broad lawns, flowers, rock gardens, nature trails, ponds, streams and a lawn bowling club.


Incredible parkland. Riverside trails. Gracious English-inspired homes. Elegant shops. Great golf. Excellent schools. Easy transit access. The Kingsway really does have it all.

Originally developed by Robert Home Smith as an ideal “Garden City” community in the 1930s, the neighbourhood featured leafy, winding streets with tastefully appointed Arts and Crafts homes aimed at affluent homebuyers.

Smith also built the Old Mill Restaurant – its Tudor Revival facade and well-appointed interior inspired much of the English architecture in the community. Today that restaurant is also an elegant inn and spa, drawing visitors from around the globe. Today, you can have high tea (or a fantastic Sunday Brunch) in the beautiful restaurant, a massage in the luxury spa – and a walk through some of the city’s most picturesque parkland along the Humber River, just a stone’s throw from the hotel.

The area also boasts the prestigious Lambton Golf and Country Club, the 10km Humber River Trail, and James Gardens, a botanical garden with broad lawns, flowers, rock gardens, nature trails, ponds, streams and a lawn bowling club.


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THE OLD MILL
AND THE KINGSWAY

These neighbouring areas both ooze charm, history and prestige. The Kingsway is one of Toronto’s wealthiest enclaves, with stately homes built as an English-inspired garden suburb in the early 19th century.

The nearby Old Mill neighbourhood is built around the ruins of an historic mill, with Arts and Crafts and Tudor homes and miles of parks. It’s the backdrop for the famous (and wonderful) Old Mill restaurant, hotel and spa.

In the mood for a bike ride through some amazing parkland? Home Smith Park is one of the many parks that follows the Humber River and is part of the 10km paved trail that extends all the way down to the lake.

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James Gardens

James Gardens, a former estate on the west bank of the Humber River, is known for its flower gardens, stone pathways and spring-fed pools and streams. The park features the historic James Gazebo, along with “Red Gables,” the estate’s original home, which is now a community centre specializing in preschool, arts and fitness programs.

It’s a great place to go lawn bowling, cross-country skiing, and do wedding and special event photography: the scenic lookout over the Humber Valley has a fabulous view of downtown Toronto. Every year, thousands of flowers (including 75,000 tulips!) are planted in the famous gardens, with designs changing each year.

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LAMBTON BABY POINT

Defined by its iconic stone gates, the Lambton Baby Point neighbourhood is a quiet enclave featuring large, historic homes, wonderful parks and green spaces along the Humber River, and charming shops and restaurants along Jane, Annette and Dundas.

The area’s greatest claim to fame is definitely the Humber River Ravine, an extended series of parks with paved paths that attract families, cyclists, runners, dog walkers and cross-country skiers. In the spring, it’s like being out in the country – a popular fall pastime among locals is watching the salmon run, and seeing them try to jump the weir in the river.

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Lambton Woods

Lambton Woods is a top spot for birdwatchers and an environmentally significant area with streams that flow into pockets of open wetland, providing an inviting habitat for a number of species including migrating songbirds.

The Lambton Golf and Country Club is another gem in the crown of this lovely area. This prestigious private club has an 18-hole Championship Course and a 9-hole Valley Course, five all-season tennis courts, and incredible views of the river.

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HUMBER RIVER TRAIL

You’ll find this popular series of parks along the picturesque Humber, connected by a 10km paved path that weaves through various west-end neighbourhoods, all the way down to the Toronto waterfront.

Walk, run or ride through parkland and forests and past lovely homes. You may even see some wildlife in your travels: Lambton Woods Park is a well-known location for birdwatching.

The connected parks include Scarlett Mills Park, James Gardens, Lambton Woods Park, Home Smith Park, Magwood Park, Etienne Brule Park, King’s Mill Park, Humber Marshes, and South Humber Park, among others. Along the way, you’ll find a yacht club, a place to rent canoes and kayaks, and the Humber Adventures Paddling Centre, which offers lessons and the opportunity for a paddle adventure, right in the heart of the city.

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THE OLD MILL
AND THE KINGSWAY

These neighbouring areas both ooze charm, history and prestige. The Kingsway is one of Toronto’s wealthiest enclaves, with stately homes built as an English-inspired garden suburb in the early 19th century.

The nearby Old Mill neighbourhood is built around the ruins of an historic mill, with Arts and Crafts and Tudor homes and miles of parks. It’s the backdrop for the famous (and wonderful) Old Mill restaurant, hotel and spa.

In the mood for a bike ride through some amazing parkland? Home Smith Park is one of the many parks that follows the Humber River and is part of the 10km paved trail that extends all the way down to the lake.


James Gardens

James Gardens, a former estate on the west bank of the Humber River, is known for its flower gardens, stone pathways and spring-fed pools and streams. The park features the historic James Gazebo, along with “Red Gables,” the estate’s original home, which is now a community centre specializing in preschool, arts and fitness programs.

It’s a great place to go lawn bowling, cross-country skiing, and do wedding and special event photography: the scenic lookout over the Humber Valley has a fabulous view of downtown Toronto. Every year, thousands of flowers (including 75,000 tulips!) are planted in the famous gardens, with designs changing each year.


LAMBTON BABY POINT

Defined by its iconic stone gates, the Lambton Baby Point neighbourhood is a quiet enclave featuring large, historic homes, wonderful parks and green spaces along the Humber River, and charming shops and restaurants along Jane, Annette and Dundas.

The area’s greatest claim to fame is definitely the Humber River Ravine, an extended series of parks with paved paths that attract families, cyclists, runners, dog walkers and cross-country skiers. In the spring, it’s like being out in the country – a popular fall pastime among locals is watching the salmon run, and seeing them try to jump the weir in the river.


Lambton Woods

Lambton Woods is a top spot for birdwatchers and an environmentally significant area with streams that flow into pockets of open wetland, providing an inviting habitat for a number of species including migrating songbirds.

The Lambton Golf and Country Club is another gem in the crown of this lovely area. This prestigious private club has an 18-hole Championship Course and a 9-hole Valley Course, five all-season tennis courts, and incredible views of the river.


HUMBER RIVER TRAIL

You’ll find this popular series of parks along the picturesque Humber, connected by a 10km paved path that weaves through various west-end neighbourhoods, all the way down to the Toronto waterfront.

Walk, run or ride through parkland and forests and past lovely homes. You may even see some wildlife in your travels: Lambton Woods Park is a well-known location for birdwatching.

The connected parks include Scarlett Mills Park, James Gardens, Lambton Woods Park, Home Smith Park, Magwood Park, Etienne Brule Park, King’s Mill Park, Humber Marshes, and South Humber Park, among others. Along the way, you’ll find a yacht club, a place to rent canoes and kayaks, and the Humber Adventures Paddling Centre, which offers lessons and the opportunity for a paddle adventure, right in the heart of the city.

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The Old Mill

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Campo

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Lambton Woods

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Anh Nguyen Salon

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Tea Garden

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Hoopdriver Bicycles

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Roach Tackle

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Baby Point

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Green Mango

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Jane St at Baby Point

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Sempre

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Bloor & the Kingsway

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The Humber Valley

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The Old Mill

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Kingsway Theatre

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Lambton House

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Baby Point

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Etienne Brulé Park

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Momiji Sushi

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The Old Mill

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Bloor & the Kingsway

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La Veranda Osteria

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Dark Horse

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Henrey VIII
Ale House

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The Crooked Cue

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La Veranda Osteria

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x | Etienne Brulé Park
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x | James Gardens
x | Lambton Woods
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x | Lambton Woods
x | Peter Triantos
x | Jelly Bean
x | SP² #107
x | Napa Valley #104
x | Black & White #3
x | Circle #5
x | GLÄS COMPLETED 2008
x | ONEELEVEN COMPLETED 2016
x | PARC LOFTS COMPLETED 2011
x | 75 ON THE ESPLANADE UNDER CONSTRUCTION
x | 875 QUEEN EAST UNDER CONSTRUCTION