Forest Hill – one of Toronto’s most prestigious areas where doctors, lawyers and business men and women alike, call home. Between 1920 and 1930, homeowners were required to hire architects to build their homes and plant one tree in the front yard. This foresight by Village planners has left a legacy of beauty in the brick and stone mansions, and majestic trees that grace the streets of Lower Forest Hill. Homes boast large lots, and mostly detached homes with several semi-detached and town homes, all with manicured landscaping and tremendous curb appeal. It’s not just the homes that are notable. Forest Hill’s schools are among the best in the country, including two of Canada’s most revered private schools: Upper Canada College for boys, and Bishop Strachan School for girls. The Beltline Path passes through Forest Hill to Rosedale, making it perfect for those seeking an alternative to the gym or a nice stroll away from the city scene. Forest Hill also contains a fair number of luxury condominium apartment buildings, located west of Spadina on Lonsdale Road and Heath Street West.