Birch Cliff is a charming family oriented neighbourhood along the shore of Lake Ontario atop the western part of the Scarborough Bluffs.
Development of Birchcliff began in 1895 when the Hunt Club relocated here. In the 1890's Torontonians began to build cottages in the area. The crest of the Bluffs being lined with birch trees prompted one such cottager, John Stark, to name his cottage Birch Cliff. In 1908 the local post office, established in A.H. Michell's grocery store, adopted the name Birch Cliff.
First Nations, dating back over 10,000 years, including the Mississaugas, Seneca, Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat, used Scarborough’s land for portages and travel, trade, hunting, and living.
This design features Rosetta McClain Gardens, a popular spot for wedding photos, flower enthusiasts, and bird and butterfly watchers.
Be sure not to miss the annual Birch Cliff community parade along Kingston Road held in May.
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