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Living in Casa Loma

Spanish for Hill House, Casa Loma was built for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt in 1914, but is now a museum and landmark offering family-friendly programs and tours. Aside from budding photographers taking in the stunning architecture, the Baldwin steps are a staircase of 110 steps often frequented by joggers.

The Tarragon Theatre Company is a promoter of quality modern theatre in the neighbourhood. In addition to hosting plays for the Fringe Theatre Festival in July, the company produces reinterpretations of classic playwrights like Henrick Ibsen.

For school projects or amateur detective work, the Toronto Archives offers access to all kinds of city history. The building also houses photography exhibits and tours for kids. The Casa Loma neighbourhood is also home to George Brown College.

There are a range of dining options available in this neighbourhood. For traditional French dishes, white tablecloths and authentic accents, Le Paradis is a neighbourhood institution. For casual setting and down-home food, Rose and Sons offers a tasty, jovial affair. Big Crow from the same owners is home to a huge patio, with exquisite barbeque dishes.

People in Casa Loma

Casa Loma is a culturally-diverse neighbourhood with most residents in the neighbourhood being singles or couples.

Real estate in Casa Loma

Apartment buildings constitute the majority of real estate in the neighbourhood, with a number of detached homes, as well as a handful of semi-detached houses and townhomes.

Must-visit in Casa Loma

  • Spadina Museum: A historic mansion that is now a museum exhibiting works dedicated to Toronto’s rich history from 1900-1930.

Real estate stats in Casa Loma

  • Total Listings: 48
  • Average Price: $3,260,400
  • Walkscore: 68

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