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Forest Hill

The Forest Hill neighbourhood is one of Toronto's most prestigious and beautiful communities with a unique village feel.




Forest Hill

The Forest Hill neighbourhood is one of Toronto's most prestigious and beautiful communities. The mansions in Lower Forest Hill are rivalled only by those found in Rosedale. Forest Hill also contains a fair number of luxury condominium apartment buildings.  

Forest Hill is home to two of Canada’s acclaimed private schools, Upper Canada College for boys and Bishop Strachan for girls; making the area a sought after location to raise a family. Its topography is very diverse with gently sloping hills, winding roads and numerous little parkettes all adding charm to the neighbourhood.

The Forest Hill Village shopping district is centred around the intersection of Spadina Road and Lonsdale Road. The ambience of this private enclave of stores is that of a small village rather than a big city. The Village's boutiques and shops cater to the specific needs of Forest Hill's affluent residents.

Forest Hill's old bylaws from the 1920's required that all houses be designed by an architect and that a tree be planted at the front of each property. This foresight has left a legacy of beauty in the brick and stone mansions and majestic trees that grace the streets of Lower Forest Hill. 

The Belt Line fitness and nature trail passes through Forest Hill on its way down to Rosedale. This trail follows the route of the former Belt Line railway, which was Toronto's first commuter train.