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    Ledbury Park is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the southern part of the North York area, just across the border from Midtown Toronto. Its boundaries are Avenue Road to the east, Lawrence Avenue to the south, Bathurst Street to the West, and Wilson Avenue and Highway 401 to the north....

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    The area was settled by farmers in the 19th century. In 1918 most of the land was purchased by real estate developers, who began to sell lots on the site. Developer H.A. Clark named a number of the new streets, such as Marmion, Deloraine, Melrose,and Falkirk after the works of Sir Walter Scott. It was not until after the Second World War that most of the area was developed. The area was filled with small post-war bungalows and became a middle class suburban area with easy access to Highway 401. The character of the neighbourhood began to change rapidly beginning in the 1990s. Ledbury Park is adjacent to Lawrence Park, one of Toronto's more upscale neighbourhoods. Ledbury Park began to be redeveloped in its image as many of the 1950s bungalows were demolished and replaced with much larger based structures.

    The park "Ledbury Park" sits in the middle of the neighbourhood and contains a skating rink in winter and a swimming pool in the summer. It also sits next to Ledbury Park Elementary and Middle School, which in 2013 placed 3rd overall among 2000 private and public schools internationally and first in Canada in the International Math League competition.

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    Ledbury Park is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located in the southern part of the North York area, just across the border from Midtown Toronto. Its boundaries are Avenue Road to the east, Lawrence Avenue to the south, Bathurst Street to the West, and Wilson Avenue and Highway 401 to the north....

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    The area was settled by farmers in the 19th century. In 1918 most of the land was purchased by real estate developers, who began to sell lots on the site. Developer H.A. Clark named a number of the new streets, such as Marmion, Deloraine, Melrose,and Falkirk after the works of Sir Walter Scott. It was not until after the Second World War that most of the area was developed. The area was filled with small post-war bungalows and became a middle class suburban area with easy access to Highway 401. The character of the neighbourhood began to change rapidly beginning in the 1990s. Ledbury Park is adjacent to Lawrence Park, one of Toronto's more upscale neighbourhoods. Ledbury Park began to be redeveloped in its image as many of the 1950s bungalows were demolished and replaced with much larger based structures.

    The park "Ledbury Park" sits in the middle of the neighbourhood and contains a skating rink in winter and a swimming pool in the summer. It also sits next to Ledbury Park Elementary and Middle School, which in 2013 placed 3rd overall among 2000 private and public schools internationally and first in Canada in the International Math League competition.

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