Lytton Park is one of Toronto’s most exclusive neighbourhoods. It is home to doctors, lawyers, stockbrokers and corporate executives who value Lytton Park’s quiet charm, and its convenient access to transportation corridors leading in and out of the city. Lytton Park’s other assets include beautiful homes on large lots, outstanding recreational facilities, and excellent public and private schools. Lytton Park is comprised of an area encompassing Yonge Street on the east to roughly a half block west of Mona Drive., where the former municipal boundaries of Old Toronto and North York aligned. Lytton Park public schools are a big drawing card.These schools include the highly regarded: John Ross Robertson elementary school, Glenview Middle school and Lawrence Park Collegiate High School. Havergal College girls private school and Blessed Sacrament catholic school are also drawing cards for families looking to move into this neighbourhood. The streetscape in this established neighbourhood is graced by a mature tree canopy. This green backdrop shades beautiful brick: Georgian, Colonial, American Foursquare, Victorian and Tudor style homes that were built mostly from 1920 to 1945. Most lots are 40 or 50 feet wide with varying depths. Almost all the houses are detached and most have garages. These houses start at one million dollars and can go as high as four million dollars.