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Old Mill is a neighbourhood of Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the banks of the Humber River.
It is located north and west of the intersection of Bloor Street and Jane Street.
The area takes its name from the old grist mill ruins on the west bank of the river, now converted into a hotel (also named "Old Mill").
The neighbourhood's houses are primarily single-family detached homes, built before and after the Second World War.
The Old Mill Inn & Spa is located in the neighbourhood on the west side of the Humber River in Etobicoke. Most of the area is on a slope leading down from Jane and Bloor Streets, into the Humber valley. One street, Halford Avenue, is paved with brick, cobblestones or paving stones. Several of the more steep streets can become impassable in the wintertime.
Historically, it was a hunting and fishing area for First Nations. A native village existed just to the north at Baby Point before European colonisation.
By 1720, the French had established a small fortified settlement called Magasin Royal, near the present site of the Old Mill, for trading with native bands.
By 1800, the first English settlement in the area was around the Kings Mill, used to cut lumber for the first homes in York, Upper Canada, now known as Toronto.