Hogg’s Hollow

Hogg’s Hollow Neighbourhood History

In 1824, a man named James Hogg settled in what is known today as Hogg’s Hollow. James operated a grist mill and whiskey distillery. John Hogg and William Hogg, the two sons of James would later subdivide the land in 1856 after the passing of their father James, they decided to name the area “Hogg’s Hollow”.

Hogg’s Hollow Neighbourhood Today

Today, Hogg’s Hollow consists of beautiful winding tree-lined streets, large homes and spacious lots. The neighbourhood is conveniently located a short drive from Hwy 401 and is on the Yonge TTC subway line for those who commute.

Hogg’s Hollow Properties & Real Estate

Many of the homes in Hogg’s Hollow were built between the 1920’s and 1960’s. The homes are a mixture of Tudor, Georgian, Colonial and English Cottage style homes.

Thinking About Making A Move?

Are you thinking of buying a home in Hogg’s Hollow or you are thinking of selling your Hogg’s Hollow home?

I would love to hear your specific real estate objectives and to discuss how I can help you achieve them. Take the first step towards achieving your objectives by contacting me today. I look forward to hearing from you and to answering your questions.

Hogg's Hollow Real Estate

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Hogg’s Hollow Local Business Directory

Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Hogg’s Hollow and the surrounding area.



Miller Tavern

3885 Yonge St, Toronto


Valley Tennis

3861 Yonge St, Toronto



3501 Yonge St, Toronto


Rosedale Golf Club

1901 Mount Pleasant Rd, Toronto


Hillcrest Progressive School

59 Plymbridge Rd, North York


City Orthodontics

4025 Yonge St, Toronto


The Wine Shop

3501 Yonge St, Toronto


Tim Hortons

4025 Yonge St, Toronto


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