Summerhill's charming Victorian and Edwardian homes, tree-lined streets and multitude of shops and restaurants, make it one of the most preferred neighbourhoods in Toronto.
The North Toronto Railway station, established in 1880, and featured in this design, was rebuilt in 1916, and now serves as an LCBO. The Italianate commercial style heritage building in the forground now houses the Harvest Wagon goumet food store.
Summerhill was named after Summer Hill house, built in 1842 by Canadian transportation magnate Charles Thompson.
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