Thinking of buying a house or condo in Baby Point or Old Millside? Our guide to real estate below, will help you decide if this is the neighbourhood for you!
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Baby Point/Old Mill runs west to the Humber River, east to Jane, south to Bloor and north to Dundas. It closely borders Bloor West Village to the east.
A set of historic stone gates mark the entrance to Baby Point, which is pronounced ‘Babby’ after James Baby, who originally settled the area in 1816. The Baby Point Club is located in the centre of the Baby Point enclave and provides tennis courts, lawn bowling & community events for it’s residents. Etienne Brule Park is an extremely picturesque park, with a paved path that follows the Humber River, and beautiful views of the Old Mill. It is also a popular place for fishermen and a good place to watch the fall salmon run up the Humber River.
Baby Point/Old Mill is serviced by the Jane and Old Mill subway stations, as well as the Bloor and Jane buses. It is also easily accessible to the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.
There are many different styles of homes in the Baby Point/Old Mill area. The homes on Baby Point Road and Baby Point Crescent are sprawling multi-million dollar homes, with most of the homes on the outer circle of this enclave having ravine lots. The homes north and south of Baby Point Road are similar to the homes found in Bloor West Village, mostly 2-storey detached homes with mutual drives. The homes in the ‘Old Mill’ area are to the south-west, these streets wind around and sometimes overlook Etienne Brule Park and the Humber River. The homes north of St. Mark’s tend to be a little smaller and less expensive, you will find more bungalows and semi-detached homes on narrower lots here.
PLACES OF INTEREST
- Restaurants – The Station
- Bars – Bryden’s, Henry VIII Ale House
- Worth Mentioning – SupperSolved
- Stores – Jealous Bridesmaids Bridal Studio
Off of Bloor: