Lytton Park

Without a doubt, one of the most affluent and attractive communities in the Greater Toronto Area.

Overview for Lytton Park, Ontario

9,773 people live in Lytton Park, where the median age is 44 and the average individual income is $389,521. Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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Lytton Park Real Estate

A short drive from Toronto’s financial district, this exclusive community is ideal for professionals

The home of doctors, lawyers, business moguls, and stockbrokers, Lytton Park is, without a doubt, one of the most affluent and attractive communities in the Greater Toronto Area. Just 20 minutes outside of Toronto’s business, medical, and financial districts, this one-of-a-kind community is an ideal location for these high-end professionals looking for the peace and quiet found in suburban communities without having to give up immediate access to the jobs and conveniences of big city life. 
Lytton Park’s peaceful serenity, the quiet charm emanating from the entire community, and the beautiful estate-like homes lining the streets all add to the neighbourhood’s high level of desirability. Since many of the single-family homes in the area were built between 1920 and the mid-1940s, there is a great variety of architectural styles in the neighbourhood, including Georgian, Colonial, Tudor, and Victorian—all of which add a fantastic and whimsical sense of character to the community.

What to Love

  • Sophisticated and peaceful community 
  • Ideal location with a short commute to central Toronto districts
  • Picture perfect blend of small-town charms and big-city conveniences

Local Lifestyle

One of the most attractive characteristics of Lytton Park is its walkability. Pedestrians can easily make their way to any corner of the community, and the streets are filled with unique shops, fun restaurants, and trendy cafes and bars, making it a perfect living situation for those who enjoy spending afternoons and evenings strolling through the center of town. 
There is a distinct sense of community throughout Lytton Park, and residents can often be found conversing over white picket fences or enjoying coffee together at one of the local hotspots. This togetherness is definitely an advantage for residents who know they have the respect and consideration of their neighbors. As a result, community-oriented events and projects are some of the most popular activities in town.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Lytton Park residents often enjoy starting their days off at De Mello Coffee Café. This socially and environmentally conscious coffee shop serves some of the best coffee around, as well as a fantastic selection of goodies and treats. Their house-roasted beans are truly one of a kind, and guests love seeing what new and exciting delights they have with every visit. 
Another popular dining destination is La Vecchia. This upscale Italian restaurant holds true to classic techniques, serving traditional dishes like rigatoni Romani, risotto with portobello mushrooms, tagliatelle al pollo, and a mouthwatering veal scallopini with a white wine and butter sauce.  
Stock T.C plays an essential role in the Lytton Park community. This high-end grocer, butcher, and sandwich shop ensures the neighbourhood has everything they need to enjoy delicious meals right at home, and their pre-packaged meal boxes help make cooking in your own kitchen easier than ever.

Things to Do

This wonderful neighbourhood gets its name from the beautiful Lytton Park in the center of town. With various features, including three lit outdoor tennis courts, a clubhouse, bowling greens, croquet field, and state-of-the-art playground, a visit here is guaranteed to be a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family.  
Just across the street from Lytton Park is the Lytton Sunken Garden, also known as the Herbert Begg Memorial Garden. This elegant garden with beautiful winding stone staircases was a gift from Herbert Beggs daughters in remembrance of their father, and it is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing picnic or evening stroll. 


The public schools surrounding Lytton Park are some of the best in Toronto. Some worthy of note include John Ross Robertson Junior Public School, Glenview Senior Public School, and the Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute. However, there are also several highly-regarded private institutions in the area, including:


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Demographics and Employment Data for Lytton Park, Ontario

Lytton Park has 3,854 households, with an average household size of 3. Data provided by Statistics Canada. Here’s what the people living in Lytton Park do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by Statistics Canada. 9,773 people call Lytton Park home. The population density is 5 and the largest age group is Data provided by Statistics Canada.


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