Once quaint country farmland, Bridle Path has transformed into an affluent, exclusive neighbourhood that is truly Toronto’s brightest glimmering jewel. Proudly known as “Millionaire’s Row”, this elegant and sprawling wonderland is surrounded by Canada’s natural beauty. Here you will live among the world’s rich and famous, from corporate CEOs to movie stars. In fact, Bridle Path is so attractive it often features in some of Hollywood’s greatest films!
Living in Luxury
The Bridle Path neighbourhood features an eclectic selection of architectural styles. From the classic mansions of the 1930s to modern upscale condominiums, each home features stunning landscapes and top-notch security. Residents truly live out their greatest fantasies through their homes. It’s not unusual to find properties that feature private tennis courts, personal gyms, and even built-in saunas!
Conveniently located near some of Toronto’s best schools, Bridle Path residents can choose from a wide range of educational opportunities for their children. Public school options include Park Lake, Rippleton, and Denlow Public School. There are also religious school options such as St.Bonaventure Catholic School.
For those interested in private schooling, consider Crestwood School, Crescent School, Junior Academy, or Toronto French School. Bridle Path even features close proximity to alternative education schools such as Maria Montessori School.
Shopping in Style
With such flair for the finer things in life, Bridle Path is the site for the best shops and restaurants Toronto has to offer. At nearby York Mills Plaza, you will discover the most sought-after name brand accessories, decadent edibles, and the highest quality offerings of wine, cigars, and coffee. Visit the Bayview Village Shopping Centre where you can shop for elegant designer fashions and nosh on specialty foods from top-rated restaurants.
Bridle Path is perfect for those who wish to enjoy everything nature has to offer. Located within walking distance of Edwards Garden, residents can experience the inspiring flora of the Toronto Botanical Gardens and even stroll the nine kilometre trail from the Don River Valley up to Warden Woods Park.
Stop by Sunnybrook Park where you can get your blood pumping with their offering of perfectly manicured sporting fields. You can also experience a bit of local history with a horse-riding lesson at the stables!
There is a wealth of transport options available to Bridle Path residents. Motorists enjoy the neighbourhood’s convenient connections to major roadways. You’ll be able to access downtown Toronto in as little as 20 minutes. It’s also an incredibly short five minute drive to both the Don Valley Parkway and Highway 401.
Don’t want to drive? The Bayview Avenue bus makes regular stops at the Davisville subway station. The bus also offers a convenient connecting route to the subway station at Lawrence Avenue.
Become one in a Million
Bursting with sophistication and opportunity, it’s easy to see why Bridle Path is such a popular neighbourhood for affluent individuals across the world. Once you experience the private yet welcoming nature of this majestic region you’ll never want to leave!