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Lyle Hamilton in The Globe and Mail

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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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Baby Point

Baby Point



The first people to inhabit the area now known as Baby Point were the Seneca Nation who named the land Teiaiagon and lived there in the 1600s. The land was abandoned when James Baby, a past political official in Upper Canada, discovered it in 1816. His family lived there until 1910 when the land was attained by the government. A real estate developer named Robert Home Smith bought the land from the government and started planning the construction of Baby Point in 1912.


Etienne Brulé Park is within walking distance of Baby Point and many properties have a magnificent view overlooking it. The Humber River runs through the park which provides a picturesque setting when using the walking and biking trails available. In addition, there is a playground, seasonal fishing, and several picnic areas.  Parking space is available if driving.

High Park is approximately a five minute drive from Baby Point. There is plenty of free parking space available. 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. Some highlights include:

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

Recreational Facilities

The Baby Point Club

The Baby Point Club is a private club situated in the heart of Baby Point. It has tennis courts, a lawn bowling facility, and a clubhouse which can be rented out for private events or used for more public events for members. The neighbourhood also gathers several times throughout the year for various holiday events.


Annette Community Recreation Centre

Annette Community Recreation Centre, located at 333 Annette Street, has many programs available to people of all ages. Some of these include fitness, swimming, sports programs, dance and fine arts. It is approximately a five minute drive from Baby Point.

Shops and Restaurants

Bloor West Village provides some of the best shopping in the area. It is approximately a 20 minute walk from Baby Point or a five minute drive. There is plenty of parking available. Itfeatures an abundance of coffee shops, grocery stores, restaurants, furniture outlets and clothing stores. Most of the grocery stores are specialty food stores including fruit and vegetable markets, meat markets, and bakeries.


Baby Point has many great schools close by, 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:

  • Humbercrest Public School
  • St. James Catholic School
  • St. Pius X Catholic School
  • St. Josephat Catholic School

Secondary Schools:

  • Runnymede Collegiate Institute
  • George Harvey Collegiate Institute
  • Western Technical-Commercial School
  • Archbishop Romero
  • Bishop Allen Academy

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

Proximity to Downtown

Jane and Old Mill subway stations are located on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. These provide quick and easy transportation to downtown Toronto. 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 Old Mill 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.