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Casa Loma

The striking silhouette of Casa Loma provides a romantic backdrop to this posh Toronto neighbourhood.




Casa Loma

Nestled on the brow of the Avenue Road Hill, and surrounded by ravines and parkland, this residential enclave looks and feels more like an enchanted forest filled with storybook homes, than the big city neighbourhood it really is. The striking silhouette of Casa Loma provides a romantic backdrop to this posh Toronto neighbourhood.

The Casa Loma neighbourhood has been a fashionable address ever since 1911 when the wealthy industrialist Sir Henry Mill Pellatt built a magnificent medieval style castle on the St. Clair escarpment naming his home Casa Loma. This was the largest residence in Toronto and other homes in the neighbourhood emulate its grandeur on a much smaller scale. Today, Casa Loma is still a neighbourhood landmark but it is now a public residence enjoyed by all as one of Toronto's most popular tourist attractions.

In the Casa Loma neighbourhood, wrapped around Sir Winston Churchill Park is the Nordheimer Ravine. This quiet oasis features a rustic wood path with many excellent picnic spots, and a large variety of trees, plants and wildlife making Casa Loma an incredible neighbourhood to live in.