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Lambton-Baby Point

Looking for reputable schools, excellent community resources, and access to the Humber River? Welcome to Lambton-Baby Point, your perfect neighbourhood match.

Not only is Lambton-Baby Point real estate a great option for those looking for a home under $1 Million, it also has a vibrant and growing neighbourhood of young families that have created an inviting community feeling. Home prices in Lambton-Baby Point vary. Here is what a home typically sells for in each community (Sourced TREB July 2018 – March 6, 2019):

Lambton-Valley: $929,000 Detached | $858,357 Semi
Baby Point: $1,739,7400 Detached
Old Mill: $1,531,650 Detached

The Basics

  • Excellent walking, jogging and biking with beautiful scenery
  • Quiet neighbourhoods
  • Historic Baby Point enclave was originally a Mohawk village abandoned in 1700s
  • Short walking distance to Bloor West Village, Jane St/Annette Street restaurants & boutiques


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Well-kept and established, Lambton-Valley has a rich quality of homes in a natural setting beside Humber River. The neighbourhood’s starter homes and growing community attracts a lot of young families, while the quieter natural setting draws in active seniors.


Lambton-Valley is walkable, but overall it’s better to have a car if you live here. Residents have easy access to public transit, including the Warren Park bus which connects all residents to Jane Station within 10 minutes. The neighbourhood is also conveniently located close to the highway.


The Memorial Pool and Health Club is a go-to spot for swimming programs, Aquafit classes, and leisure swimming. The facility also offers children’s dance classes, fitness classes for youth and adults, and post-natal fitness classes.

You could also take a walk down to the nearby Humber River, where you’ll find biking trails, paved walking paths, and beautiful scenery all around. Make a note to visit in the fall to watch the salmon jump upstream, an event that occurs annually around Thanksgiving.

Real Estate

The majority of real estate in the Lambton neighbourhood are semi-detached homes with an average price of $900,000 to $1 Million.

Baby Point

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Community-oriented and established, Baby Point is a beautiful neighbourhood. Much of the Baby Point real estate is home to young families with school-age children, older families, and seniors. This pocket of West Toronto is close to the subway and great shops, yet because of its low density and low thoroughfare, it still feels removed from the city’s hustle and bustle.


While there are some great shops and restaurants close to Baby Point real estate on Jane Street, having a car makes it easier to get to most amenities. The Baby Point Club is the social hub of the community, where residents gather for tennis, lawn bowling, fitness classes, and events. In terms of transit amenities, residents can take a short bus ride to Jane or Old Mill Station to access the Bloor-Danforth subway line, buses, and streetcar services.


You can play a game of tennis at Baby Point Club or attend one their family-friendly events, which include an Easter Egg Hunt, Games Day, Blues Concert, Picnic, Breakfast with Santa, Halloween Haunted House, and more.

A walk through Baby Point at any time of year is beautiful, but even more so in the fall with the changing colours of the mature maple trees. If you can find the hidden staircase on Baby Point Road, it will connect you to the Humber River Trail–another fantastic way to explore the area with your family by bike or on foot.

Real Estate

When it comes to Baby Point real estate, you can expect to see primarily mid- and large-sized detached homes in established neighbourhoods. Situated along streets lined with mature trees, many of the homes here are picturesque and have a regal quality to them.

Old Mill

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Old Mill is a historic community; it was originally a fishing and hunting spot for the First Nations people before the Europeans settled here in the 1790s. The location of the Old Mill Tea House dates back to 1911. This rich history lends a certain charm and character to Old Mill, making it a highly desirable community.


The Old Mill neighbourhood is quite walkable and bike-able. Residents are steps away to shops, restaurants, services, and other amenities on Bloor Street West, as well as the York Old Mill Tennis Club for recreational use. Old Mill Station and Jane Station can connect residents to the Bloor-Danforth line and to the buses that run through the area.


We recommend a family walk through Étienne Brûlé Park. As you cross the beautiful bridge, you can walk through the park entrance and along the Humber River. Once you arrive at Old Mill Boutique Hotel, you can stop for lunch, dinner, or high tea at the Tea Room.

Étienne Brûlé Park is a recreational hotspot and history lesson all in one. The shores of the park were once used as a major trading route by the local Aboriginal Peoples; there is now interpretive signage throughout the area where you can learn more about the park’s history. There is also a baseball diamond, a hiking trail, and picnic areas. This park is also known to be a good fishing spot and a great place to spot some wildlife.

Real Estate

Cobblestone roads, Tudor-style homes, and tree-lined streets make Old Mill real estate some of Toronto’s most charming. Most of the homes here are larger detached houses, great for growing families and full of character.


School Fraser Institute Score Address
Humbercrest Public School 7.7 14 Saint Marks Road
Lambton Kingsway Junior Middle School 8.7 525 Prince Edward Drive
Warren Park Jr. Public School 5.6 135 Varsity Road
Humberside Collegiate Institute 8.1 280 Quebec Avenue
Western Tech Commercial School 4.6 125 Evelyn Crescent
Ursula Franklin Academy 9.1 125 Evelyn Crescent
School Fraser Institute Score Address
St. Pius 8.6 71 Jane Street
St. James 4.4 230 Humbercrest Blvd.
Bishop Allen Academy 7.1 721 Royal York Road

Local Gems

The Cheese Boutique

45 Ripley Ave, Toronto, ON M6S 3P2

Humber Cinemas

2442 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M6S 1P8

York Old Mill Tennis Club

70 Old Mill Drive, York, ON, Canada

Old Mill Tea Room

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Timothy’s Coffee

2402 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada

Queen Margherita Pizza

785 Annette Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Old Mill Inn & Spa

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Memorial Pool & Health Club

44 Montgomery Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Magwood Park

1 Pasadena Gardens, York, ON, Canada

Mad Mexican

405 Jane Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Lambton-Kingsway Park Outdoor Pool

37 Marquis Avenue, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Humber River

2 Stonegate Rd, Etobicoke, ON M8Y 1V5, Canada

Home Smith Bar

21 Old Mill Road, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

Étienne Brûlé Park

Etienne Brulé Park, Crosby Ave, York, ON, Canada


244 Jane Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Baby Point Hardware

777 Annette Street, Toronto, ON, Canada

Baby Point Club

71 Baby Point Road, Toronto, ON, Canada

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