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The history of Lyton Park dates back to 1886 when a single car line run by The Metropolitan Street Railway and connected the neighborhood to the City of Toronto. By 1912, the neighborhood had become part of the city. What followed next was a rapid development and growth of communities, schools, parks, churches and schools.

65 Lillian Street - Toronto, Ontario M4S 0A1

Davisville Village Apartments - Toronto, Ontario M4S 2Y9
These apartments for rent in Toronto are located in the heart of midtown. The beautiful site comprised of 33, 111 and 141 Davisville Avenue is step...
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Yonge Eglinton Apartments Duplex - Toronto, Ontario M4R 1V2
Open House on Wed. June 17 & Thurs. June 18 from 6 - 8pm.
Units Available: 4
From $13.95 - $22.75
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Open House on Wed. June 17 & Thurs. June 18 from 6 - 8 pm
Units Available: 3
From $13 - $16.90
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Houses in Lytton are detached, lushly landscaped and mostly built Georgian and Tudor style. There are however a handful of apartments available in the neighborhood, most of them being modern luxurious apartments. An abundant variety of upscale shopping is just a few strides away at Eglinton Avenue West and Yonge Street, Avenue Road. Though unknown to many visitors, the actual Lytton Park is nestled away in a valley. It is home to all time popular North Toronto Lawn Bowling Club and has three public tennis courts.

Just like high ranking public schools, the highly regarded private school, Harvergal College, is within the borders of the neighborhood. That said and done, the neighborhood is ideal for renters seeking some intellectual furtherance without driving outside the neighborhood. Both Lawrence and Eglinton subway stations are a few strides to several Lytton Park homes. Avenue Road on ramps to Highway 401 and Yonge Street can be easily accessed within just five minutes. It is all about convenience at its best.

Wherever you choose to live within Lytton Park, rest assured of spacious living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens. Other positives may include parquet flooring, ample parking and balconies. For these and more features, you may have to part with $1,140-1,295 for a nice one bedroom apartment, $1,325 to $1,280 for a two bedroom apartment and $1,600 to $1,755 for a three bedroom apartment.