The Lowdown on Wychwood/Hillcrest

Your Typical Neighbour

With high housing prices, the residences of Wychwood Park are wealthy upper and upper middle-class citizens who appreciate privacy and exclusivity. Hillcrest Village is well known for its cultural diversity but families with children make up a majority of the population. 

What We

There’s not much to not like about Wychwood/Hillcrest. The homes are charming, the streets are tree-lined, the landscape is lush with greenery and did we mention there is a year-round farmers market at Artscape Wychwood Barns? It also serves as a community cultural hub that is a live/work space for artists, seasonal festivals, a greenhouse, and a community-run gallery.

What We Don't

Wychwood Park is a wealthier area of Toronto and the residents pay a special tax for living in this exclusive community as well as fees to keep the community clean and safe. 

Property Statistics in Wychwood/Hillcrest

All Properties - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

106.3 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Detached Houses - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

105.1 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Condos - Statistics

Q4 2021


Average Price


New Listings


Properties Sold


Average Days on Market

103.0 %

% of Asking Price


$ Volume of Sales

Source: TREB Statistics

Hillcrest Village boasts a wide variety of homes. Most of the homes were built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s and are loaded with charm and character. Tudor, English Cottage, and Edwardian styled homes can be found here. The diversity of styles gives the streets of Hillcrest Village a unique charm. 

Tucked away in a private ravine right at the top of Davenport Ridge lies an exclusive gated community of homes known as Wychwood Park. In 1985 the neighbourhood received designation as an Ontario Heritage Conservation District with many homes in the area listed as heritage properties. Reason for the designation can be seen in the stunning architecture, with homes built by famed English Arts and Craft House architects like Eden Smith. With this exclusivity and historical significance however comes a steep price tag, with homes valued in the millions. 


Population: 14,349


Kids: 14

Youth: 10

Seniors: 16

Visible Minority: 27.5%

Average Family Income: $96,002


Lower Education: 21%

Higher Education: 71%

Home Ownership

Owned Homes: 48%

Tenanted Homes: 52%

Getting around in this neighbourhood is simple with full TTC service along St Clair, and commuters are only minutes from downtown and approximately 15 minutes to the Allen Expressway (traffic depending of course), which connects motorists to all the major highways.


About Wychwood/Hillcrest

Welcome to Toronto’s Wychwood/Hillcrest neighbourhood!

Wychwood/Hillcrest is an established neighbourhood with tree-lined streets and lush greenery that makes you feel as if you are far away from the busy city. Located right on the ridge of the Davenport escarpment, the area is comprised of rich hilly terrain, resulting in some of the best photo-worthy streets in Toronto. 

Wychwood/Hillcrest is known as a friendly, family-oriented neighbourhood. Young families are lured to the area’s tight knit community and friendly atmosphere. Schools in the area include both public and catholic schools: Mcmurrich Jr Public School, Winona Drive Sr Public School, and St Bruno Catholic School. Year-round children’s programs are also offered at the Wychwood Public Library. 

Green spaces in the area are plentiful and include Hillcrest park, which offers a stunning view of the city skyline as well Lake Ontario. This 2.1 hectare park comes complete with a baseball ball diamond, wading pool, children’s playground, four tennis courts, off-leash dog park, and community garden. Wychwood barns park that surrounds the former Toronto Transit Commission Barns features a playground, a fenced in off-leash dog park, beach volleyball court, and an open sports field. At the south end of Wychwood Barns park you will find Taddle Creek Pond which is the home to 2 swans named Oscar & Felix! In the winter months the pond gets transformed into a natural skating rink. Other green spaces in the area include Garrison Creek Park, the Tollkeeper’s Park and others.

The heart of the Wychwood/Hillcrest neighbourhood can be found at the Artscape Wychwood barns. A 60,000sq.ft multifaceted community meeting place that serves as a live/work space for artists, seasonal festivals, a year-round farmer’s market, greenhouse, and community bake oven. If residents cannot find what they need at the farmer’s market other retail options in the area are all primarily located along St Clair Avenue West and convenience like shopping can be found along Vaughan, Bathurst, and Davenport.


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