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Bounded by Dundas Street West south to St. Mark’s Road, and Jane Street west to the Humber River, the neighbourhood of Lambton gained its name from a flour mill ‘Lambton Mill’ built in 1845, that was responsible for producing 150 barrels of flour daily. The area west of Gooch Road is also known as “Warren Park”, the name of the housing sub-division built in the 1950s.
Characterized primarily by detached single-family dwellings, there are some apartment buildings along Dundas between the Humber and Gooch. The majority of homes are single family residences, while a wide rage of buildings and condos have been popping up. Many homes in this area are being significantly renovated and re-sold.
The Lambton area is filled with natural beauty with its hills, and soaring old oak trees. Nearby is Lambton Park, which provides over 10 kms of river-side trail. Nearby is the popular Smythe Park which offers bird watching in a wildlife protected area, where the Black Creek swerves through a number of ponds and marshes. This is an ideal spot to walk, jog, cycle and hike. Walk to the parks, arena, newly renovated library, and bountiful Dundas Street West cafes, groceries, shops, bars and restaurants. Golfing enthusiasts in the area can often be found at the private Lambton Golf and Country Club or the public Scarlett Woods Golf Course.