Summerhill one of the most appealing neighbourhoods in Toronto. Many fine shops and restaurants are centred around Yonge Street and Summerhill Avenue within walking distance.On Yonge Street, what was once the old North Toronto Railway Station is now the Summerhill LCBO’s flagship retail outlet, with a fine selection of wines and spirits.
Summerhill residents enjoy a wide range of private and public schools for their children and the Rosehill Reservoir Park for their recreational actvities
Rosehill Reservoir Park, on Pleasant Boulevard, is one of Toronto’s prettiest parks, with access from Summerhill Gardens. Take your dog or get on your bike and enjoy the surfaced path that wraps around the park.
David Balfour Park, This park of diverse beauty runs from the southern tip of Mount Pleasant Cemetery to Mount Pleasant Road, just north of Roxborough Avenue. Hike away from city life through the wilderness of the Vale of Avoca Ravine or take the flat path on the east side if you don’t feel up to a challenging route.
The Summerhill subway station, is within walking distance to any home in the area, and the Yonge Street corridor is easily accessible by car.