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The Bridle Path's homes that are the largest are located between Post Road and Park Lane Circle. These luxurious homes are ranging from one to six acre lots and have stone and cast-iron gateways with intricate built-in security systems. Bridle Path homes were built mainly in the 1930's to 1960’s, which creates the diverse mix of architectural styles found here. The various house designs include Georgian, Colonial, Greek and Tudor Revival, Italianate, Neo Gothic, California bungalows and futuristic modernist style houses. There is also a new luxury condominium apartment building expected to be constructed on 1 Post Road, in the French Chateau style. The classic Bridle Path homes, provides a broad variety of outside features, such as pools, tennis courts, gazebos and cabanas, greenhouses and waterfalls. Inside features include gold fixtures and marble finishes to dance floors, saunas, personal gyms, and home theatres.
Bridle Path homes residents can walk to the breathtaking Edwards Gardens, that is the home of the Toronto Botanical Garden. It is known as one of Canada's finest public gardening resource centers. Edwards Gardens contains rockeries, perennial gardens, a pond, waterfalls, a rose garden and a nine-kilometer paved trail that extends through the Don River Valley all the way to Warden Woods Park in Scarborough. The Edwards Gardens trail passes through Sunnybrook Park which has high quality sports fields for cricket, field hockey, rugby and soccer. Sunnybrook park has riding stables which provides lessons to the public. It is appropriate that these horse riding facilities are located on the brink of Bridal Path homes neighbourhood which has such an affluent horse riding culture.
Bridle Path homes are consistently affected by air quality because of the heavy traffic and industry sources near the neighborhood. Main roadways such as Bayview Avenue and Lawrence Avenue can experience noise issues as well as many of the commercial lots. There is also the noise that comes from construction crews as properties are constantly being upgraded/renovated. The residential streets of the neighbourhood are very clean with pristine maintenance of residents’ private lots. The air quality rating is a 2 indicating low risk to the population.
The Bridle Path neighbourhood is considered a safe area in Toronto. The properties can be prone to theft under $5,000. However, other than attracting wandering eyes due to the extravagance of the properties, the Bridle Path is a lavish and comfortably beautiful neighbourhood.
Bridle Path schools include Park Lane Public School and Crescent School. Other schooling opportunities are just outside the neighbourhood. They include Crestwood School, St. Bonaventure Elementary School, Lawrence Park School, Don Mills Middle School, and Don Mills Collegiate Institute. Opportunities for post-secondary schooling are outside of the neighbourhood, they include Citi College of Canadian Careers, Stanford College, CDI College, Seneca College, Academy of Learning College, York University, and the University of Toronto.
The Bridle Path neighborhood has the Bayview Avenue bus linking commuters to the Davisville station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. Also, providing commuters with a route to the Lawrence Avenue subway station. Drivers can reach downtown to Toronto's business and entertainment areas in just a few minutes from nearby main roadways such as Mount Pleasant Road and Yonge Street. Some of the bus routes offered include 51-Leslie, 52-Lawrence West and 95-York Mills.The Highway 401 on-ramp off Bayview Avenue and the Don Valley Parkway on-ramp off Lawrence Avenue, are also a short drive.
Bridle Path homes neighborhood has a rich family lifestyle. York Mills Plaza is located at the south-west corner of Bayview Avenue and York Mills Road. It was once called by Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman as the Tiffany's of shopping centers. At York Mills plaza, there are vintage wines, imported cigars, swiss chocolate, decadent desserts, Cartier eyeglasses, designer lingerie, and a glittering coffee shop. Located north-east of Bayview and Sheppard Avenue is the Bayview Village Shopping Centre, highlighting designer clothing stores and an exceptional variety of restaurants. There are also many places within and around the neighbourhood to go to for a fun day or night out! The Banbury Community Recreation Centre offers art classes as well as exercise classes including, Pilates and cardio. The Centre is also equipped with two tennis courts, two playgrounds and a giant sandbox. CF Shops at Don Mills is also very close by with a variety of many different stores including Anthropologie, Cineplex Cinemas, Jack Astors, Frank and Oak and many more! The Ontario Science Centre is also a short trip away, perfect for growing young minds.
The Bridle path homes is the most prosperous and famous neighbourhood in Toronto. The neighborhood is home to many outstanding Toronto business professionals, celebrities, doctors, and engineers. Many celebrities including Prince, Celine Dion, Conrad Black and Robert Herjavec have called this neighbourhood home. Drake is building his mansion in the Bridle Path neighborhood as well. His plans include an NBA-sized basketball court, jersey museum and awards room for his recent BRIT and Grammy Awards. Every home has a one-of-a-kind design. The Bridle Path is a quiet, isolated neighbourhood by the Don River Valley and plush parklands.