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The Casa Loma enclave in Toronto’s Midtown area is best known for the Gothic Revival castle built in 1910 by Canadian industrialist Sir Henry Pellatt. The castle reverted to city ownership after several failed efforts to repurpose the structure for commercial use. It has since been converted into a museum and landmark. The castle’s misfortune was a boon for residential developers because the grounds were subdivided for what are now Casa Loma homes.
Casa Loma residences are some of the finest examples of Tudor Revival, Georgian Classic, Edwardian and English Cottage styles. The homes were originally constructed between 1905 and 1940 although most have undergone some updating over the years. Homes on the south end have a view of the Toronto skyline while properties that back onto the Nordheimer ravine have parkland views. These homes usually have winding drives and lush landscaping to create a privacy screen for residents.
Higher density housing in the form duplexes, triplexes, townhouses and co-op apartments has increased the number of available Casa Loma homes.
The Nordheimer ravine has a walking trail with picnic spots and a wide variety of vegetation and animal life. The ravine winds around Sir Winston Churchill Park on Spadina Road and St Clair Avenue. This park features tennis courts, playgrounds for young children and a jogging path on the periphery that connects to the famed Beltline Trail. Another children’s park is located in Wells Hill Park.
The schools zoned for Casa Loma families include Huron Street Junior Public School, Palmerston Avenue Junior Public Schools and Brown Junior Public School. Dela Salle College, George Brown College and St Michael's College are within the vicinity.
Aside from existing in the shadow of the castle, Casa Loma real estate has the additional advantage of being in a picturesque setting of wooded ravines, parklands and hilly terrain. The neighbourhood’s borders are Dupont Street and a portion of the rail tracks on the south, Spadina and Lonsdale Roads on the north, Avenue Road on the east and Bathurst Street on the west. The subway station is on Saint Clair West. Public buses cover local routes on Bathurst Street and Saint Clair Avenue.
Casa Loma is an idyllic setting of storybook homes and quiet lifestyles, all within a stone's throw of Toronto's metropolitan attractions.
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