Lawrence Park

Charming houses make homeowners feel like they’ve wandered into a suburban fairytale.

Overview for Lawrence Park, Ontario

5,456 people live in Lawrence Park, where the median age is 43 and the average individual income is $778,909. Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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Lawrence Park Real Estate

Exclusive and luxurious, this beautiful residential community has it all

The wealthiest postal code in Canada, the beautiful rolling hills, whimsical green spaces, and charming houses make homeowners feel like they’ve wandered into a suburban fairytale. One of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in Toronto, there is a peace and tranquility that permeates every corner of Lawrence Park, giving off a strong sense of privacy and security that homeowners in this area certainly appreciate. 
Originally developed as a suburb for the upper class, the majority of homes in the community were built between the 1910s and the 1940s, resulting in a unique and charming blend of architectural styles that include Colonial, Tudor, English Cottage, and even mid-century modern. The ideal blend of old meets new, many of these homes have been refinished and updated with high-end luxury amenities, ensuring families can easily find the home of their dreams.

What to Love

  • Charming and private community 
  • Ideal location 
  • Picture perfect local landscape

Local Lifestyle

A suburban paradise in a big city, Lawrence Park offers homeowners the best of both worlds. Here, residents can easily enjoy a lazy day at the park without the hustle and bustle of Toronto traffic without having to give up the ease and convenience that comes with living in a more populated area. Lawrence Park has an array of high-end shops, business centers, and world-class eateries lining the streets, making it easy for residents to find everything they need just a stone’s throw from their front doors.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Without a doubt, the dining scene in Lawrence Park is one of the best around. Numerous popular restaurants and trendy eateries can be found on every corner, including Monkey Bar & Grill, Shinobu Sushi, and Parmigiano Trattoria for those looking for an authentic Italian experience.  
Yonge Lawrence Village is an upscale shopping destination right around the corner. Filled with unique shops and delectable eateries, this is one of the most happening places all year long. They also continuously host events and contests for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Things to Do

Numerous families find Lawrence Park exceptionally attractive due to the number of fun and exciting recreational activities in the area. George Locke Public Library is one of the most popular amenities. In addition to their varied English selection, they have a fantastic French children’s book section, which is excellent for families who want to encourage bilingual learning.  
Lawrence Park Ravine is a fantastic place to enjoy an afternoon with the children. In addition to three lit outdoor tennis courts, this park has two lawn bowling greens and a state-of-the-art children’s playground. 
Another beloved local spot is the Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens. This award-winning, multi-level strolling garden is a beautiful green space with numerous walking trails to enjoy all year round.


The public schools surrounding Lawrence Park are some of the best in the Greater Toronto Area. Some worthy of note include Blythwood Junior Public School, Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute, and North Toronto Collegiate Institute. There are also several highly-regarded private institutions in the area, including:


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Demographics and Employment Data for Lawrence Park, Ontario

Lawrence Park has 1,819 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by Statistics Canada. Here’s what the people living in Lawrence Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada. 5,456 people call Lawrence Park home. The population density is 3 and the largest age group is Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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