Wychwood was one of the city’s first planned communities and is a designated Heritage Conservation District under the Ontario Heritage Act. This private neighbourhood is small but prestigious with less than 100 homes and a community council that oversees the neighbourhood’s events and decisions.
 
We have prepared a concise Wychwood neighbourhood guide so you can make the smartest decisions in your buying process.

Walk Score

86

Transit Score

88

Bike Score

85

Schools

7

Parks

4

Population

14,014

This midtown neighbourhood is as exclusive as it gets, while maintaining convenience and charm.

Wychwood Real Estate

The highly sought-after real estate in Wychwood includes cottage-style homes and luxury estates on sprawling manicured properties. The architecture in this neighbourhood reflects the English Arts and Crafts movement; many of the artists and architects who designed the homes were the first to live in them. Check out our Wychood listings here.

Wychwood Schools

There are seven schools in the Wychwood neighbourhood, including both public and private institutes. Vaughan Co-Op Nursery School, Winona Drive Senior Public School, McMurrich Junior Public School, Japanese School of Toronto Shokokai, Canada Music Academy, St.Bruno Catholic School, and Hudson College all serve the Wychwood area.

Wychwood Favourites

Wychwood has an impressive selection of restaurants, including dinner favourite The Stockyards and Emma’s Country Kitchen, a popular spot for breakfast and brunch. Of course, there is Wychwood Barns, where you’ll find events, a farmer’s market, a community art gallery, and more.

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