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So you want to live in Summerhill?

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In my next few blogs I will be introducing the neighbourhoods surrounding my Forest Hill Real Estate offices, ending with Forest Hill as the last featured neighbourhood. Today we’ll be looking at Summerhill, just south-west of Forest Hill.

Summerhill is located at Yonge Street and south of St. Clair Avenue. It is one of the premier neighbourhoods in Toronto to live in. It’s so close to downtown Toronto but still retains its original charm.

If you are planning to explore the neighbourhood, I suggest going for lunch on the weekend. You can park on the street at Balmoral Avenue or Farnham Avenue. My favourite restaurant in the area is Terroni – Traditional Southern Italian Food located at 1 Balmoral Avenue. Try the Pizza or Pasta, you can’t go wrong here.

After lunch, work off the great food by walking south along Yonge Street and browse the various furniture  stores. You can also stroll over to the LCBO, which was originally the North Toronto Railway Station.

As of October 1st:


Rowhouses in the area start at $750,000.





Detached 3-storey Dwelling starts at $850,000 and goes up to $2,700,000.





Triplex starts at $940,000.





15-year old, over 3300 sq.ft. starts at $1,290,000





Condos at Rosehill Avenue starts at $480,000.

Condos at 1 Balmoral Avenue starts at $1,100,000.


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Kirby Chan
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Author: Kirby Chan

I am a Real Estate Sales Representative servicing the Greater Toronto Area.

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