North Central Toronto has several distinct neighourhoods.
Here is a brief history and overview of each area.

  Allenby/Sherwood Park
  St. Clair/Summerhill
  Cricket Club
  Hogg's Hollow
  Lawrence Park
  Lytton Park
  North Toronto/Wanless

Hogg's Hollow

History

Hogg's Hollow is named after James Hogg, an eccentric man who wore many hats. James was a successful mill operator, tavern owner and an ambitious entrepreneur. In the mid 1800's he bought up all the land at Yonge and York Mills, the area where he had been working and living for several years. Being such a prominent figure with a sincere love of the area, his name became synonymous with the terrain at Yonge and York Mills. In 1853 he built the James Hogg Tavern, a structure which still stands today. Formerly known as the Jolly Miller, it has a colourful past, including being a popular speak-easy during the prohibition era. Only a few of Hogg's Hollow's original log cabin style homes have been preserved. Two of which are incorporated into the renowned Auberge du Pommier restaurant, just two minutes from Hogg's Hollow.

Community

Hogg's Hollow is an enchanted place set amongst the rustic beauty of the Don River Valley. Winding crescents and private cul de sacs are adorned by majestic trees with the Don River gently meandering through.
First class amenities are at its doorstep including grocery stores, clothing stores, professional and medical offices, along with excellent dining. Golf enthusiasts can walk to the scenic Don Valley Golf Course.
Hogg's Hollow hosts its own "Community Fair" once a year. Residents enjoy walking paths by the river, tennis courts and an outdoor skating rink in the wintertime.

Homes

With only about 300 homes, Hogg's Hollow is one of Toronto's most expensive neighbourhoods. The homes were built between the 1920's and the 1960's along with some recent redevelopment. They enjoy a variety of architectural styles including English Cottage, Colonial, Georgian, Tudor and Modern. Most are on expansive lots set amongst a lush landscape left in its original state and without the intrusion of sidewalks.

Schools

Please note that the schools listed below have very definite enrollment boundaries. Prior to buying or renting, you should phone the school that you are interested in enrolling your child, in order to confirm that they will accept children from the address you are considering moving to.

Armour Heights P.S. 148 Wilson Avenue (416) 397-2950 (Public)
Owen P.S. 111 Owen Boulevard (416) 395-2740 (Public)
St. Andrews J.H.S. 131 Fenn Avenue (416) 395-3090 (Public)
York Mills C.I. 490 York Mills Road (416) 395-3340 (Public H.S.)
Hillcrest Progressive School 59 Plymbridge Road (416) 489-8355 (Private Preschool)
Havergal College 1451 Avenue Road (416) 483-3519 (Private)
Crescent School 2365 Bayview Avenue (416) 449-2556 (Private)
Loretto Abbey 101 Mason Boulevard (416) 393-5510 (Public)

Transportation

Hogg's Hollow residents enjoy easy access to Toronto's main subway line as well as a Go Transit station that includes an express bus to the International Airport. Motorists can be downtown in about 20 minutes and on the 401 highway in about 2 minutes.


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