The Bridle Path is one of Toronto’s most famous neighbourhoods. It’s surrounded by the Don River Valley and roughly enclosed by Leslie Street and Bayview Avenue to the east and west, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre to the south, and The Bridle Path to the north.
The Bridle Path is Canada’s most affluent neighbourhood both in terms of property value and household income. The houses and mansions here are valued in the millions of dollars, hence the Millionaires’ Row nickname.
The name of the area comes from the circa-1930s development plans to include several equestrian paths through the neighbourhood. Any actual bridle paths have long been paved over.
Permanent and part-time residents of the area have included Conrad Black, Céline Dion, Prince, Moses Znaimer and Drake.
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