Lorne Park has a reputation that preceeds itself. Even as a teenager at parties, if someone said they were from Lorne Park, others would respond "Oh, from Lorne Park, eh?" People don't pause and reflect like that when you say you're from South Erin Mills, believe me. From its earliest beginnings, Lorne Park was like the Hamptons for the uber rich Torontonians. Everybody who was anybody had a quaint cottage on a wooded lot, close to the water. Today, Lorne Park has been sold off in parcels to decades of developers, and it is a cornucopia of design. Almost every imaginable style of home can be found in Lorne Park; the one consistent element is the price tag. This area has and always will be for the affluent family, and except for a few streets with smaller homes, be prepared to have at least $1.5 million for anything you want to flaunt to your friends and family. Want to know more about Lorne Park? Click Here.
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