An exclusive west end neighbourhood, Lambton Baby Point is composed of the areas of Lambton, Baby Point, and Old Mills. This neighbourhood has an abundance of ravines, parkland and natural beauty, making it one of the prettiest settings in Toronto. It is also an ideal neighbourhood to raise families as it offers miles of parkland with extensive recreational opportunities.

This combined neighbourhood contains some charming workman cottages as well as distinctly Tudor style homes ranging from cosy two bedroom bungalows to four bedroom two-story houses.

This neighbourhood is bounded by Bloor Street W on the South, Jane Street - St. Marks Road - Gooch Avenue on the East, Dundas Street W on the North, and the Humber River on the West.

Notable Amenities in this Neighbourhood:

1. Schools and Education:  Warren Park Junior Public School, Humbercrest Public School, St. James Catholic Elementary, and St. Pius X Catholic Elementary.

In this neighbourhood also, is the High Park Day School, a Co-ed Alternative day school where the curriculum is interdisciplinary and dynamic, incorporating real life learning and learning skills into every part of the curriculum.

2. Food and Restaurants: Patisserie 27Bryden’s (Pub and Sandwiches), Mad Mexican,  Falafel World

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The shopping in Lambton part of this neighbourhood is spread out along Dundas Street, Scarlett Road and Jane Street. Baby Point residents enjoy the luxury of being able to walk to the nearby shops on Annette and Jane Streets.The Bloor West Village shopping district is a five to ten minute walk from most of the homes in the Old Mill part of the neighbourhood

In terms of recreational activities, residents of the Lambton Baby Point Toronto neighbourhood have easy access to the Lambton Park, Smythe Park, The Lambton Golf and Country Club, the Baby Point Club, The Humber Theatre, and the Etienne Brule Park.

Getting Here by Public Transit:

The Jane Station on the Bloor-Danforth Subway line is located right at the South-East corner of this neighbourhood. Additionally, the following bus routes also pass by the neighbourhood: 300 on Bloor Street W - 26, 35, 55, and 312 on Jane Street - 30 and 55 on Dundas Street W