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Casa Loma in the City Of Toronto is a neighborhood named after the famous castle nestled in the heart of the area. It is one of Toronto’s most popular attractions as it attracts hundreds of thousand visitors each year.

 

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Overview

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.

Its borders include St.Clair to the North, Spadina to the east, the CP railway tracks to the South & Bathurst to the west. Casa Loma neighborhood can be accessed through the St.clair West TTC station and through the St.Clair Street car.

What makes Casa Loma neighborhood unique is of course the Giant Castle on the hill but also its ravine setting, large old Tree’s, and many fancy cars. Since Casa Loma given to the city by its debt laden owner many wealthy businessmen saw an opportunity and established themselves setting up shops and relocating their homes, which defined the neighborhood to what it is today.

 

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Casa Loma's large Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian, and English Cottage style homes were built mostly between 1905 and 1940. The houses on the south side of Lyndhurst Court enjoy a spectacular view of Toronto's skyline and Lake Ontario. Many homes in this neighbourhood back onto the Nordheimer ravine, a virtual forest of mature oak and maple trees.

In addition to single family houses, the Casa Loma neighbourhood contains a mix of duplex and triplex houses, luxury townhouses, condominiums and co-ownership apartment buildings.

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**Source - Your Guide to Toronto Neighbourhoods. Maple Tree Publishing**

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