Perched overlooking the Don Valley and Moore Park Ravine sits the distinguished enclave of Governor's Bridge. This tiny community of only a couple hundred homes is surrounded by tranquil woodlands all around. Its prominent position overlooking the ravines graces residents with commanding views, right down to the Toronto skyline.
Governor's Bridge is an active community with good schools and plenty of greenspace for children, making it a superb neighbourhood for families. With a location that is merely minutes from downtown Toronto, and conveniences such as Bayview Avenue's shops and restaurants just up the road, Governor's Bridge homes are always very much in-demand.
Homes in the original part of Governor's Bridge (on Nesbitt, Governor's Road, and Douglas Crescent)date from as early as the 1920s, and feature a lovely array of styles and designs, consistent with the feel of neighbouring Moore Park and some of the finer sections of Leaside. Across the bridge at the eastern edge of the community is a collection of sixty more recently constructed luxury residences, billed as Governor's Bridge Estates by the developer. Far from your typical new subdivision, these towering three-storey estate homes are beautifully elegant in design, and appointed with all the luxury finishes.
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Governor's Bridge spans from Bayview Avenue west to the Moore Park Ravine, and is bordered by the railway tracks to the northwest (just above Nesbitt Drive). Homes in Governor's Bridge are located within Toronto Real Estate District C09.