Forest Hill: Desirable Boutique Building In A Central Location. There Are Only Four Units On Each Floor! This Beautiful Large Suite Has Floor To Ceiling Windows. The Excellent South East Exposure Allows Sunlight Rays To Allow Natural Light Throughout The Day. This Elegantly Appointed And Renovated Suite Has 24/7 Concierge, An Indoor Pool, Exercise Room.
Close To All Amenities, Walking Distance To Subway And Streetcar, Places Of Worship, Shops, Restaurants And Schools.
Forest Hill: Desirable Boutique Building In A Central Location. Only 4 Units On Each Floor! Large Suite With Floor To Ceiling Windows. Excellent South East Exposure Allows Sunlight In Through The Day. Elegantly Appointed And Renovated. 24/7 Concierge, Indoor Pool, Exercise Room. Walking Distance To Subway And Streetcar, Places Of Worship, Shops, Restaurants And Schools.
Forest Hill South
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Hospital Public Transit Schools
Close to hospital Close to public transportation Ravine Schools nearby
Central air conditioning
|Living room||Main level||8.22 x 7.69 (meters)|
|Dining room||Main level||8.22 x 7.69 (meters)|
|Kitchen||Main level||6.09 x 2.75 (meters)|
|Master bedroom||Main level||5.48 x 3.85 (meters)|
|Bedroom 2||Main level||5.86 x 3.5 (meters)|
Forest Hill is a village that is one of Toronto’s most prestigious districts.
Forest Hill is known for its top quality schools including two of Canada’s most well-regarded private schools, Upper Canada College for boys, and Bishop Strachan School for girls.
The shopping district in Forest Hill has a small town feel even though it is in the city of Toronto. The village has a wide variety of unique boutiques, as well as many fine restaurants and food stores. Forest Hill offers many beautiful little parks to enjoy as you stroll through the upscale neighbourhood.
Forest Hill is known for its lavish mansions. It has a very charming feel and is one of the prettier areas of Toronto.
Built in 1936, the Eglinton became one of the best examples of the Art Deco-style in Canadian theatre design. In 1937 it won the Royal Architecture Institute of Canada Bronze Medal. During 1965 and 1967, the “Sound of Music” played for 146 weeks. In 1993, it was designated a national historic site of Canada.
It operated as a cinema for 67 years, from 1936–2003, after which it was converted to an event venue.
It is one of only a handful of Anglican churches in Toronto to regularly celebrate Morning Prayer as the principal Sunday service.
It is located at 300 Lonsdale Road, in the Forest Hill area of Toronto.
It is one of two United Church congregations in the area and on St. Clair, the other being Deer Park United Church, formerly Presbyterian. It is a member of the Churches on the Hill.
This congregation has been known for its preaching ministry and its music, and has maintained radio, and later internet, broadcasts of its services. It features a live Nativity pageant each Christmas Eve.
Forest Hill was incorporated as a village in 1923. It was named after the summer residence of John Wickson, built in 1860, at the junction of Eglinton Avenue and Old Forest Hill Road. The hill is still there, but the forest is long since gone, having been replaced by apartment buildings. Prior to its incorporation, Forest Hill had been known as "Spadina Heights". Spadina is a derivative of the First Nations word "Ishapadenah", which means a hill or sudden rise in land. The boundaries of the present day neighbourhood are shaped from the old Spadina Heights school district.
"Lower Forest Hill", south of Eglinton, was completely developed by the 1930's. "Upper Forest Hill" was slower to develop due to the fact it had previously been occupied by the old Belt Line railway, and then by industry. In 1967, Forest Hill Village joined Swansea Village as one of the last two independent villages to be annexed by the City of Toronto.
A heritage-listed memorial at Gordon Street, Forest Hill, Queensland, Australia. It was built in 1921. It is also known as Forest Hill Soldiers Memorial. It was added to the Queensland Heritage Register on 21 October 1992.
Forest Hill offers a beautiful nature trail that follows the route of the former Belt Line railway. The Belt Line path is a great way for nature and fitness enthusiasts to get out and get active.
Forest Hill also offers residents and visitors the chance to visit beautiful parkettes located throughout the village. The Robert Bateman Parkette is one of the many gorgeous outdoor gathering spaces available.
Forest Hill’s Public Library offers programming for preschoolers, children and adults. There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community of Forest Hill. It offers a small town feel, in the heart of the big city.
If you are looking for a unique shopping or dinning experience you will want to be sure to discover the boutiques and cafes that this area has to offer. The village is perfect for a casual coffee catch-up session with friends, or a romantic evening for two.
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