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Wychwood Park is a neighbourhood enclave and former gated community in Bracondale Hill, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
The small community is located north of Davenport Road and just west of Bathurst Street.
It was founded as an artists colony in the late nineteenth century as a private project by painter Marmaduke Matthews and Alexander Jardine.
The region was then still a rural region on the edge of the city, and Matthews planned out a bucolic community and named it after Wychwood in his native Oxfordshire.
It is considered part of the overall Wychwood official neighbourhood as designated by the City of Toronto.While the area was amalgamated into the city of Toronto in 1909, it remains a private community.
The streets and amenities are paid for by the local residents, and the community is managed by an executive council.
It is one of Toronto's more exclusive neighbourhoods with house prices well over a million dollars. Several prominent figures have lived in the area, including Marshall McLuhan and Anatol Rapoport.
In 1985 the area became the first residential zone in Ontario to be granted heritage status.