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Lyle Hamilton is an executive level real estate consultant. If you have a challenging sales or purchase project, Lyle will coordinate every aspect to make it happen – and it will – with a smile! I have engaged Lyle on three projects, none of them easy:

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  3. negotiation of a commercial lease for a 1500 sq ft office suite with complex requirements. Lyle continued to be involved after the lease was signed, ironing out difficulties that were interfering with us getting settled in our new offices.

Lyle is cheerful, responsive, professional, dependable, punctual and trustworthy. Moreover, he is skilled negotiator when the deal could easily depend on the recommendation of the other agent to their client; persistent; well-connected to other agents, including international; and he has at his finger tips, trades and other services that may be needed to smooth the path to completion of a deal.

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The first European explorer arrived in what is now known as Swansea in 1615. Prior to this, First Nations people lived on this land. Swansea is named after Swansea, Wales due to the resemblances in the landscapes. It was one of the final independent communities that were taken over by the City of Toronto in 1967.


Rennie Park has an outdoor skating rink with public skating as well as organized Learn to Skate and hockey programs. It also contains a clubhouse, an off-leash dog park, a wading pool, and baseball diamonds.

High Park is approximately a five minute drive from Swansea. It is the largest public park in the city of Toronto and is easily accessible by public transit as it is within close walking distance of both High Park and Keele subway stations. There is also plenty of free parking space available. Some highlights include:

  • Dog park
  • Playgrounds
  • Walking trails
  • Outdoor pool
  • Zoo
  • Skating rink
  • Outdoor theatre

Recreational Facilities

Swansea Community Recreation Centre is within walking distance of almost all addresses located in the Swansea area. It contains a fitness centre, an indoor swimming pool, dance classes, a variety of sports programs, and many other activities.

Shops and Restaurants

Swansea is conveniently located within walking distance or is a short drive from Bloor West Village, which features an abundance of coffee shops, grocery stores, restaurants, and clothing stores. In addition, Roncesvalles Village is about a five minute drive and has plenty of trendy restaurants, independently owned cafés, and specialty food stores.


Swansea has many great schools within its borders, including those from both the public and separate school boards. The following is a list of some of the schools in the area:

Elementary Schools:

  • Swansea Junior and Senior Public School
  • St. Pius X Catholic School
  • St. Josephat Catholic School
  • Josyf Cardinal Slipyj Catholic School

Secondary Schools:

  • Humberside Collegiate Institute
  • Western Technical-Commercial School
  • Bishop Allen Academy
  • Michael Power

*Please note that you may not be eligible for all schools listed above

Proximity to Downtown

Jane and Runnymede subway stations are located on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. They provide quick and easy transportation to downtown Toronto if located at the northern end of Swansea. If at the southern end, the 501 Queen streetcar will take commuters to the heart of downtown. The Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard also provide fast access if you are driving and both take between ten and fifteen minutes to get downtown.

Proximity to Airport

Pearson International Airport can be accessed easily by public transit by taking the subway. Simply get on at Jane or Runnymede station and get off at Kipling. From there, take the 192 bus to Pearson. The drive to the airport takes approximately twenty minutes going west along the Gardiner Expressway and north on Highway 427.