Casa Loma
210
Russell Hill Road Suite 2
$ 2,695,000
3
4

Casa Loma

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Casa Loma 210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

Price
$ 2,695,000

Bedrooms
3

Bathrooms
4

Parking Spots
3

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Casa Loma

Casa Loma neighbourhood is named after the famous castle on Avenue Road Hill
built by Henry Pellatt, who purchased 25 lots in 1903. Casa Loma was constructed in 1911-1914, it cost $3,500,000 to build. Only a decade later, Henry Pellatt lost the castle to the city of Toronto to alleviate his serious debt. Following the transfer, the land to the north of the castle was subdivided, and the current neighbourhood began.

The neighbourhood is situated between St. Clair Avenue West, CP railway tracks, Avenue Road and Bathurst Street. The castle, the heart of the neighbourhood, is surrounded by lush ravines and large old trees.

It is a very desirable neighbourhood. There is an eclectic mix of residents because of its close proximity to downtown. The neighbourhood is made up of large mansions and well landscaped gardens, and wealthy residents who copy the romance of the castle itself. The majority of homes in this area were built before 1940, architectural influences are from Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian, or English Cottage designs. There is excellent access to many TTC routes. The neighbourhood is nestled between 2 shopping hubs; Bathurst and St. Clair shopping district and Forest Hill Village, just north of St.Clair.

Neighbourhood at a glance

Population

8,060

Households

4,200

Average Gross Household Income

$ 193,544

Median Age

43.6

Households With Children

47 %

Educated, wealthy and overwhelmingly urban — this segment consists of a mix of larger families and older couples and singles in neighbourhoods who enjoy a leisure-intensive lifestyle. They enjoy cruises and spa vacations, often dine at formal restaurants and do yoga and Pilates. Unsurprisingly then, their favourite retail stores include chains that offer athletic apparel and high-end fashion. Reflecting this segment’s older-than-average maintainers, they enjoy traditional media, watching TV news and sports as well as reading a variety of newspapers and magazines that cover business, entertainment and fashion. But because many households are filled with teenagers and older children, they’re also current with digital media.

Residents are both comfortable and connected: their high Community Involvement and Global Consciousness cause them to give generously of their time and money, both locally and internationally. Strong on Personal Expression and Introspection & Empathy, these Canadians make a habit of considering the feelings and perspectives of others and try to convey their ideas in an authentic way.

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Monthly Data for May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 2,285 463 446 1,002
Average Sale Price $ 1,033,341 $ 867,717 $ 743,380 $ 625,445
% Difference Sale to List N/A N/A N/A N/A
Year-Over-Year Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Month-Over-Month Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market N/A N/A N/A N/A

TREB Data from May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020. For statistical use only.

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

Casa Loma

Casa Loma neighbourhood is named after the famous castle on Avenue Road Hill
built by Henry Pellatt, who purchased 25 lots in 1903. Casa Loma was constructed in 1911-1914, it cost $3,500,000 to build. Only a decade later, Henry Pellatt lost the castle to the city of Toronto to alleviate his serious debt. Following the transfer, the land to the north of the castle was subdivided, and the current neighbourhood began.

The neighbourhood is situated between St. Clair Avenue West, CP railway tracks, Avenue Road and Bathurst Street. The castle, the heart of the neighbourhood, is surrounded by lush ravines and large old trees.

It is a very desirable neighbourhood. There is an eclectic mix of residents because of its close proximity to downtown. The neighbourhood is made up of large mansions and well landscaped gardens, and wealthy residents who copy the romance of the castle itself. The majority of homes in this area were built before 1940, architectural influences are from Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian, or English Cottage designs. There is excellent access to many TTC routes. The neighbourhood is nestled between 2 shopping hubs; Bathurst and St. Clair shopping district and Forest Hill Village, just north of St.Clair.

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Monthly Data for September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 4 11 3 40
Average Sale Price $ 2,482,775 $ 1,852,014 $ 1,803,167 $ 1,209,938
% Difference Sale to List 104 % 102 % 105 % 99 %
Lowest Sale Price N/A N/A N/A N/A
Highest Sale Price N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market 9 26 7 24

TREB Data from September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018. For statistical use only.

Monthly Data for May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 2,285 463 446 1,002
Average Sale Price $ 1,033,341 $ 867,717 $ 743,380 $ 625,445
% Difference Sale to List N/A N/A N/A N/A
Year-Over-Year Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Month-Over-Month Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market N/A N/A N/A N/A

TREB Data from May 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020. For statistical use only.

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

Educated, wealthy and overwhelmingly urban — this segment consists of a mix of larger families and older couples and singles in neighbourhoods who enjoy a leisure-intensive lifestyle. They enjoy cruises and spa vacations, often dine at formal restaurants and do yoga and Pilates. Unsurprisingly then, their favourite retail stores include chains that offer athletic apparel and high-end fashion. Reflecting this segment’s older-than-average maintainers, they enjoy traditional media, watching TV news and sports as well as reading a variety of newspapers and magazines that cover business, entertainment and fashion. But because many households are filled with teenagers and older children, they’re also current with digital media.

Residents are both comfortable and connected: their high Community Involvement and Global Consciousness cause them to give generously of their time and money, both locally and internationally. Strong on Personal Expression and Introspection & Empathy, these Canadians make a habit of considering the feelings and perspectives of others and try to convey their ideas in an authentic way.

school
Education

Elementary

Hillcrest Community School

44 Hilton Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 3E6
(416) 393-9700

Brown Junior Public School

454 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON M4V 2J1
(416) 393-1560

Deer Park Junior and Senior Public School

23 Ferndale Ave, Toronto, ON M4T 2B4
(416) 393-1550

High Schools

Northern Secondary School

851 Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4P 2L5
(416) 393-0270

Oakwood Collegiate Institute

991 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M6E 1A3
(416) 393-1780

Central Technical School

725 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 2R5
(416) 393-0060

Central Toronto Academy

570 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6G 3L6
(416) 393-0030

Intermediate

Winona Drive Senior Public School

101 Winona Dr, Toronto, ON M6G 3S8
(416) 393-1680

store
Shops

Museum

Spadina Museum

285 Spadina Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 2V5
(416) 392-6910

Casa Loma

1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8
(416) 923-1171

Park

Spadina Park

486 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON M5R 1X8
(416) 338-4386

restaurant
Restaurants

Food

Fat Pasha

414 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M5R 1V9
(647) 340-6142

Live Organic Food Bar

264 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M5R 1V7
(416) 515-2002

Flor De Sal

501 Davenport Rd, Toronto, ON M4V 1B8
(416) 923-2604

Scaramouche Pasta Bar

1 Benvenuto Pl, Toronto, ON M4V 2L1
(416) 961-8011

Theatre Company

Tarragon Theatre

30 Bridgman Ave, Toronto, ON M5R 1X3
(416) 531-1827

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

210 Russell Hill Road, Suite 2

Douglas Gubitz

Sales Representative

Doug is a highly experienced and client-focused professional. He has earned wide-spread respect from clients and competitors alike for his knowledge, attention to detail and high standard of care.

From a performance perspective, Doug is consistently one of CHESTNUT PARK'S TOP 10 AGENTS of more than 200 agents. In 2016, Doug recorded another career milestone - it was the 20TH CONSECUTIVE YEAR (1997–2016) in which he received Chestnut Park’s highest and most coveted award — the “Chairman’s Award” for outstanding sales performance.

Doug’s achievements, rankings and experience place him among the elite of real estate professionals in all of Toronto.


Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd.

1300 Yonge Street, Suite 100
Toronto, ON, M4T 1X3

Brooke Barootes

Sales Representative

Brooke has lived in Rosedale her entire life! She attended Branksome Hall from 2003–2009 and graduated with High Honours. Brooke also received her Bachelor’s Degree from McGill University (2009–2013).

From a career perspective, Brooke always knew she wanted to be involved in the real estate business. At Branksome Hall’s career class, Brooke stood up and declared that she was going to be a real estate agent. A standardized career questionnaire also matched her with real estate sales. The die was cast!

Much of her interest in real estate was nurtured by a long-standing family tradition of real estate investment and ownership.


Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd.

1300 Yonge Street, Suite 100
Toronto, ON, M4T 1X3

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