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Teddington Park Neighbourhood Guide

Welcome to Teddington Park:

A jump away from Downtown Toronto, this small but high-class residential community is for families looking for a quiet oasis in the middle of a city. For city slickers, you’ll find busy Yonge Street bordering the west side of Teddington Park. For those who like a more suburban feel, on the opposite (N,E) border you’ll find the Rosedale Golf Club and the Riverview Drive Ravine. Riverview Dr/Snowden Ave are to the south, and cutting right through the neighbourhood is Teddington Park Avenue. You can expect to have middle-aged parents and school-aged children as neighbours in this tiny neighbourhood.


The Burger Priest, a local burger joint located on Yonge Street, just at the edge of Teddington Park. Nothing beats a classic burger with an innovative and modern twist.

Life Style:

Teddington Park has a very suburban feel without being in the suburbs. This residential area is peaceful and a perfect place to raise a family.


Quiet and friendly families with school-aged children.


The average sales price for homes in Teddington Park is $2.4 million, which is up 24% from last year. Depending on what type of home you’re looking for and in which location, there are generally four price ranges: 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom condo: $700,000-$800,000,3 bedroom, 3 bathroom condo: $800,000-$900,000, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo on Yonge Street: $900,000-$1 M, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom semi-detached home to a 5+1-bedroom, 6-bathroom detached home: $1M land upwards of several million.

House Style:

Detached houses are mainly in the style of Tudor or Georgian homes like the ones built in the 1910s-1930s during the founding of the community. Condos and semi-detached homes are also available in the area.

A little bit of history:

For most of Toronto’s history, Teddington Park was used as nothing more than its northern border. In 1912, two businessmen, Robert Dack and Nicholas Garland saw an opportunity to turn this space into a community. Not long after, homes were being built and a new community began to flourish. Nothing helped this new community to define itself more than the Rosedale Golf Club, which was relocated from Rosedale to Teddington Park in the 1920s. This move helped to define this now luxurious residential area. Most recreational activities available to Teddington Park residents are located outside of the neighbourhood and in the surrounding areas. Bedford Park Community Centre is a community center in the Yonge and Lawrence area, which is about a 10-minute walk. The centre is small but offers plenty of services such as fitness and swimming lessons, camps, and sports for all ages. It’s equipped with a gymnasium and an indoor pool. Wanless Park, the neighbourhood south of Teddington Park, is home to the Wanless Park Tennis Club. This club is members only and operates from April to October. Locke Library on Yonge Street is open to all. The library offers resources for people of every age. The Rosedale Golf Club is a private club just steps away. The Don Valley Golf Course, which is about a 10-minute drive, is open to all for a fee if you’re looking for something less permanent than a membership golf club. Burger’s Priest and Yonge and Lawrence Village If you’re looking for some good eats and trendy shops, Teddington Park residents are in proximity of one of the city’s best burger joints and shopping areas. Burger’s Priest, located on Yonge Street right at the edge of Teddington Park is a must try. This burger joint is renowned for their modern twists on classic burgers and milkshakes. Yonge and Lawrence Village is another hot-spot for residents. Here you’ll find specialty shops like Art of Jewellery and Narnia Boutique. You’ll also find different types of cuisine such as sushi at Shinobu Sushi, Italian at Pizza Nova, and chain restaurants like McDonald’s and Freshii.

Local Schools:

There are no schools within the limits of Teddington Park, but there are several public and private schools to choose from in the surrounding areas. Bedford Park Public School is one of the most popular schools for residents of Teddington Park because of its location. The school, located on Ranleigh Avenue is about a 10 to 15-minute walk from Teddington Park, or a 5-minute drive. The school has a rating of 8.3/10 from the Fraser Institute. The Toronto French School is a private school on Lawrence Avenue known for their incredible bilingual program. The school is about a 10-minute drive from Teddington Park and it houses students from age 2 to university entrance. Blessed Sacrament School is catholic school located on Bedford Park Avenue, for junior kindergarten to grade eight. The faith-based school is best known for their extracurricular activities which include sports, vocal and musical courses, a chess and checkers club, and a choir and orchestra. The school is a 10-minute drive or a 15-minute walk. York University’s Glendon Campus is located on Bayview Avenue. The school is a 10-minute drive away or 25 minutes via public transportation. The Glendon campus specializes in French Bachelor Education, languages, social sciences, and humanities.

The commute:

Those taking public transportation will find commuting from Teddington Park to wherever they need to be quite easy. Regular buses along Yonge Street and Mt. Pleasant Road will connect residents to Lawrence Station on Line 1 Yonge-University. It’s about a 10 to 15-minute bus ride. Those looking to commute downtown by car will also be pleased to know that you can travel downtown via Yonge Street or Mt. Pleasant Road. The commute will take approximately 30 minutes. The 401 ramp is also easily accessible via a short drive for those going out of town. · Union Station: 30-minute drive, 20 minutes from Lawrence Subway Station, 42 minutes by bike · Bloor-Yonge Station: 20-minute drive, 13 minutes from Lawrence Subway Station, 28-minute bike ride

What you'll fall in love with:

The tranquility of the neighbourhood is definitely one of its best qualities. It’s nestled between Yonge Street and the Rosedale Golf Club.

Teddington Park on a map