Lawrence Manor

A centrally located enclave in Toronto, close to major transit systems, with a mix of mostly freehold residential properties, and some mid rise condominums.
Lawrence Manor’s original housing stock was built largely between 1951 and 1955. These houses include detached brick two-storey houses as well as split-level homes and bungalows. There are also some newer custom built houses in this neighbourhood. The lots in Lawrence Manor are at least thirty feet wide and all the houses have a private drive.
Prince Charles Park is an island of greenspace conveniently located right in the middle of this neighbourhood. Prince Charles Park has a children’s playground that is well used by the many young children in Lawrence Manor. The Barbara Frum Library at 20 Covington Road features a children’s storyroom, French and multicultural collections, private study rooms, a meeting room, and an auditorium with a 150 person seating capacity. Combined with the library is a 10,000 square foot Recreation Centre, that contains multi-purpose rooms for use by local community groups.

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