Summerhill’s turn of the century houses, winding tree lined streets, and abundance of parkland have made it one of Toronto’s most preferred neighbourhoods. It is conveniently located along the Yonge Street corridor, providing Summerhill residents with easy access to Toronto’s downtown business and entertainment districts.

Summerhill’s original housing stock consists of semi-detached and detached Victorian houses, and detached Edwardian houses, built between 1880-1915. Many of these houses do not include driveways, however permit street parking is available from the City for a nominal annual fee. The neighbourhood’s newer housing stock includes a large number of modern townhouses and luxury condominium apartment buildings.
(P) Cottingham Jr. | (P) Deer Park Jr. & Sr. | (PH) North Toronto Collegiate Institute | (PH) Jarvis Collegiate Institute | (PR) Branksome Hall | (PR) Bishop Strachan School | (PR) Upper Canada College | (PR) The York School | (PC) De La Salle College
The Summerhill subway station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line is within walking distance of every home in this neighbourhood. Located along the Yonge Street corridor, Summerhill provides drivers with easy access to the downtown and to major highways.

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