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Two Old Mill Bloor West Village By TRIDEL
Old Mill is one of Toronto's last real villages, a quiet and refined neighbourhood steeped in old-world charm with its quaint Tudor homes, centuries-old trees and picturesque proximity to the lush Humber Valley. Yet Tridel's One Old Mill is set within many of Toronto's new world luxuries, just steps from the subway and conveniently connected with the fashionable boutique shops, cafés and open markets of the Kingsway and Bloor West Village. Discover this intimate and elegant hideaway, right here, in the heart of Old Mill.Old Mill Collection suites 1-bedroom to 2-bedroom plus den from 600 sq. ft. to 1,200 sq. ft. Signature & Penthouse Collection suites from 1,600 sq. ft. to over 2,300 sq. ft.


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TWO OLD MILL CONDO BY TRIDEL , 2 OLD MILL DRIVE TORONTO , TORONTO CONDOS TWO OLD MILL CONDO BY TRIDEL , 2 OLD MILL DRIVE TORONTO , TORONTO CONDOS Document Transcript

  • Two TRI 15327 2OM Realtor Book May 4_Layout 1 11-05-05 3:12 PM Page 1
  • Two Old world luxury meets modern day convenience in this delightful pocket of Bloor West. Here, you can relax to the soothing sounds of the Humber River, browse through all the quaint one-of-a kind shops along the Kingsway and Bloor West Village, or hop on the subway and find yourself in Toronto’s vibrant downtown within 15 minutes. Welcome to Two Old Mill, a timeless sense of place in historic Old Mill. Another Modern Classic.
  • History In 1793, Governor John Graves Simcoe established the town of York (now known as Toronto), and ordered the construction of Toronto’s first industrial building, the King’s Mill, on the bank of the Humber River in Old Mill. The mill’s purpose was to produce lumber for Fort York and the burgeoning township of York, which lead to the establishment of one of York’s earliest communities in Old Mill. European pioneers settled around the mill throughout the 1790s, creating a Toronto neighbourhood now rich in history and old-world heritage. While King’s Mill was destroyed by fire, the location on the bank of the Humber River proved ideal for the milling industry and mills continued to be built in this location throughout the 1800s. In 1914, an entrepreneur named Robert Home Smith opened the landmark Old Mill Tea Garden restaurant, which attracted the city’s elite to enjoy fine food and entertainment. The Old Mill was also the location of the Home Smith and Company Sales Office, and Home Smith developed this neighbourhood throughout the 1920s and 1930s, leaving us with many of the stately homes this distinguished Toronto community is known for to this very day. A Modern Classic Two Old Mill View slide
  • Bloor West Village Known as the “Small Village in a Big City”, Bloor West Village has evolved into one of Toronto’s finest village-style shopping destinations. Just minutes from your doorstep, the charming shops of Bloor West Village stretch from Jane Street all the way east to Runnymede Road. As you leisurely stroll through this popular stretch of Bloor, you will pass over 400 shops, services, restaurants and entertainment destinations that will thrill your eyes, mind and palate with its wonderful variety of one-of-a-kind village charm. The Kingsway Experience the regal allure of The Kingsway, just two stops west from Jane station. Enjoy over 250 of Toronto’s most charming old-town shops including over 30 restaurants, pubs and cafes, plus one of Toronto’s last independent cinemas. Widely known as one of the most affluent areas in all of Toronto, the shops and restaurants of The Kingsway cater to those who truly appreciate the finer things in life. TRI 15327 2OM Realtor Book May 4_Layout 1 11-05-05 3:16 PM Page 4 View slide
  • Shopping, Dining & Entertainment There are so few neighbourhoods in Toronto that feel decidedly warm, peaceful and residential, yet rest within such close proximity to highly desirable shopping, dining and entertainment. Old Mill is one of them; quite possibly the one that stands unique among the rest for its diversity of upscale boutiques, quaint cafés, open markets, generations-old family businesses and modern retail brands. Baby Point Named after the Honourable James Baby, this quaint neighbourhood near Two Old Mill features luxurious streetscapes very similar to Old Mill. It is surrounded by ravines and lush parkland overlooking the Humber River. A set of iconic stone gates marks your arrival into this historic and prestigious community. TRI 15327 2OM Realtor Book May 4_Layout 1 11-05-05 3:17 PM Page 5
  • Etienne Brûlé Park & Humber River The Humber River was first discovered by a European explorer named Etienne Brûlé on a mission for Champlain in 1615. The public park just to the west of Two Old Mill has been named in his honour, and continues to preserve a parkland experience not unlike what he would have experienced when he first set foot in the Humber Valley. Etienne Brûlé Park is also the sight of The Old Mill ruins and The Old Mill Bridge – both protected heritage sites under the Ontario Heritage Act. King’s Mill Park The historic site of the original King’s Mill, this wonderfully spacious park is an exceptional picnic destination with generous views of the scenic Humber River. With Tommy Thompson Trail winding through the park, this is also a popular thoroughfare for cyclists and walking clubs. Humber Bay Promenade Park Enjoy the serenity of the lake and a magnificent postcard-like view of the Toronto skyline from this south Etobicoke waterfront destination, just a 10-minute drive from Two Old Mill. Open year-round, this park also features a peaceful promenade leading to a charming gazebo. High Park Welcoming over 1 million visitors annually, High Park is a near-400-acre scenic escape rivaled only by other world-class city/sanctuary destinations such as Manhattan’s Central Park and Hyde Park in London, England. Here in High Park, you’ll discover a plethora of year-round activities such as walking and hiking paths, countless picnic pavilions, a large pond, sports fields, an outdoor skating rink, the beautifully landscaped Hillside Gardens, and the historic Colborne Lodge museum and Coach House. TRI 15327 2OM Realtor Book May 4_Layout 1 11-05-05 3:17 PM Page 6
  • Recreation Possibly unique across North America is the fact that while Old Mill was one of the first established residential neighbourhoods in a major “New World” metropolis, an abundance of protected parkland continues to remain the way nature first revealed itself to our early settlers. Transportation Minutes to Downtown. Just steps from your prestigious address, the TTC’s Bloor Subway is your quickest passage east to the unparalleled energy of downtown Toronto. You can also hop on the Jane Street bus at the station for convenient north/south service. A quick 10-minute drive south will connect you with Lake Shore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway. And cyclists can access Tommy Thompson Trail in nearby King’s Mill Park to enjoy a safe ride to the waterfront. TRI 15327 2OM Realtor Book May 4_Layout 1 11-05-05 3:18 PM Page 7