Trinity-Bellwoods Park is the focal point of the central Toronto neighbourhood Trinity Bellwoods. This area is very picturesque with Trinity-Bellwoods Park running through the entire length of the neighbourhood. Signature features of this park include a weaving paved walkway, highlighted by classic cast iron lamp poles and verdant plant life. Some major selling features of this neighbourhood include superb shopping areas, convenient access to all major modes of transportation for both pedestrians and motorists, and affordable Victorian homes perfect for families of all ages.
The area of Trinity Bellwoods is located with Dundas Street to the north, Bathurst Avenue to the east, Ossington Avenue to the west, and Queen Street to the south.
Trinity-Bellwoods was part of a tract of land belonging to Captain Samuel Smith in the early 1800's. Smith named his one hundred acre section of land 'Gore Vale', named in honour of Lieutenant-Governor Francis Gore. Vale referred to the ravine that is now Trinity-Bellwoods Park.
The grounds of Trinity College were built on the lower half of Gore Vale. Built in 1852, Trinity College was founded on the site where Trinity-Bellwoods Park is now situated. The entrance gates to the college can be found at the foot of Strachan Avenue and Queen Street. These gates are the lone remainder of the once prestigious institution, which inspired the name of the neighbourhood. In the 1880's the present day neighbourhood began to take shape. The Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood was completely developed by the early 1900's.
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