This distinguished neighborhood has always been one of Toronto’s most exclusive addresses. Chaplin Estates homeowners enjoy convenient access to excellent public and private schools,
shopping, parks and recreation, and close proximity to public transit at Eglinton or Davisville. The stunning Beltline Trail runs through the bottom of the area and provides access to beautiful trails and is popular with runners, walkers and cyclists.
Whether your tastes run transitional or modern, Chaplin Estates offers a mix of both with smartly appointed and detailed transitional homes with generous lots. The homes are often unassuming from exterior but command attention once inside. Chaplin Estates’ two and three storey detached houses are situated on premium lots with private driveways. The homes in this neighborhood were built in the 1920’s and 1930’s, and include many fine examples of Tudor, Georgian, and English Cottage style architecture. In recent years, the development of
Transitional finishing reflects a more traditional aesthetic. Modern detailing features more contemporary sensibilities. Both are lovely and in perfect harmony with The Chaplin’s architecture. It’s a matter of personal taste and choice. Whichever style suits you best, you are assured that the finishing details you select will be top of the line, best in class. Nothing less will do.
Oriole Park Jr., 80 Braemar Avenue, (416) 393-5215
North Toronto Collegiate Institute, 730 Eglinton Avenue West, (416) 393-1860
Bishop Strachan School, 298 Lonsdale Road, (416) 483-4325
St. Clement’s School, 21 St. Clement’s Avenue, (416) 484-4835
Upper Canada College, Upper School, 200 Lonsdale Road, (416) 488-1125
Upper CanadaCollege Prep School, 220 Lonsdale Road, (416) 488-1125