NEIGHBOURHOODS

Toronto is comprised of many areas. Each one is unique for many reasons: schools, walkability, religious affiliations, sociability, nature, safety, transportation, proximity to the city center and much more. The boundaries are often defined by major streets.

Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park is located in central Toronto. The area extends from the corner of Bathurst Street and Queen Street West to the corner of Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street West. The area mainly features condo townhouses, accounting for the majority of sales in this neighbourhood. However, there is also a selection of condos, detached and semi-detached homes available. Alexandra Park is a suitable option for young professionals, singles and couples.

Alexandra Park is home to two distinct communities. The older section of Alexandra Park consists of beautiful Victorian style homes that are privately owned. While the newer sections of Alexandra Park is being revitalized into a mixed-income, mixed-use neighbourhood. It is a wonderfully unique dynamic, showcasing the diversity and inclusiveness of this great city; two separate communities living side-by side happily and harmoniously. Residents of Alexandra Park enjoy easy and convenient access to public transit. The neighbourhood is also conveniently located next to Chinatown and the Kensington Market. Alexandra Park is also located in this neighbourhood, it offers an outdoor wading pool, an ice rink and tennis courts. It is also home to the Scadding Court Community Centre and the Charles R. Sanderson Library, both of which offer an array of programs suitable adults and children.

Alexandra Park

Allenby

Allenby is an area located in Northern Toronto. It features mainly detached homes and is very suitable for families with young children.

Allenby is located in Northern Toronto, the neighborhood extends from the corner of Eglinton Avenue West and Avenue Road to the corner of Castlewood Road and Briar Hill Avenue. The area boasts a large number of detached houses, which account for a large percentage of sales. The majority of properties in this area are 2-storey houses featuring 3 bedrooms.

The wonderful modern recreational facilities in tandem with the close proximity of a reputable Junior Public School make this an alluring area for families with young children. North Toronto Memorial Community Recreation Centre is located on Eglinton Avenue West, it boasts two ice rinks, an indoor and outdoor pool, a walking track, aerobic and weight rooms and a gymnasium. In addition it located beside Eglinton Park which has a baseball diamond, sports field and wading pool. It is a culturally diverse community, notable for high numbers of Dutch, Serbian, Japanese and German speakers. It is also home to Allenby Public School, a French Immersion Junior Public School with an immaculate reputation.

Allenby

Armour Heights

Alexandra Park is located in central Toronto. The area extends from the corner of Bathurst Street and Queen Street West to the corner of Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street West. The area mainly features condo townhouses, accounting for the majority of sales in this neighbourhood. However, there is also a selection of condos, detached and semi-detached homes available. Alexandra Park is a suitable option for young professionals, singles and couples.

Alexandra Park is home to two distinct communities. The older section of Alexandra Park consists of beautiful Victorian style homes that are privately owned. While the newer sections of Alexandra Park is being revitalized into a mixed-income, mixed-use neighbourhood. It is a wonderfully unique dynamic, showcasing the diversity and inclusiveness of this great city; two separate communities living side-by side happily and harmoniously. Residents of Alexandra Park enjoy easy and convenient access to public transit. The neighbourhood is also conveniently located next to Chinatown and the Kensington Market. Alexandra Park is also located in this neighbourhood, it offers an outdoor wading pool, an ice rink and tennis courts. It is also home to the Scadding Court Community Centre and the Charles R. Sanderson Library, both of which offer an array of programs suitable adults and children.

Armor Heights

Bathurst Manor

Bathurst Manor is located in Central Toronto. The area extends from the corner of Bathurst Street and Sheppard Avenue West to the corner of Dufferin Street and Steeles Avenue West. The area mainly features detached homes, accounting for the majority of sales in this neighbourhood. However, there is also a selection of condos and townhouses available. Bathurst Manor is an ideal option for families with children.

Bathurst Manor is a beautiful neighbourhood with tree-lined streets and plenty of parkland. The area boasts excellent public schools and separate schools. The neighbourhood is also home to six local parks, two hospitals and a community centre. Residents of Bathurst Manor also enjoy easy and convenient access to both public transit and Highway 401. There are an array of recreational outlets available for children, from the Forest Valley Outdoor Education Centre to the North York Centennial centre; the area offers plenty of recreational choice that will engage children of all ages.

Bathurst Manor

Bay Street Corridor

Bay Street Corridor is located in downtown Toronto. It features mainly condos and is walking distance from both the hospital and financial districts. This area is ideal for young professionals.

Bay Street corridor

Bedford Park

Bedford Park extends from the corner of Lawrence Avenue and Avenue Road to the corner of Snowdon Avenue and Ronan Road. There is a variety of real-estate in this area. The majority of sales are detached houses. However, the area also features both condos and semi-detached homes.

Bedford Park is an attractive option for families with young children and pet owners. The neighbourhood is home to 3 elementary schools. In addition, there is an assortment of recreational outlets which include a community centre, a library, parks and playgrounds making it very suitable for children. Bedford Park also overlaps with the Yonge Lawrence Village, which is holds an assortment of shops and restaurants.

Bedford Park

Casa Loma

Casa Loma is located in central Toronto. It features mainly detached homes and is an attractive option for families.

Casa Loma derives its name from its most famous house, a majestic castle, the former house of Canadian Financier Sir Henry Pellatt, complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens, sits atop the Avenue Road Hill, surrounded by ravines, large old trees, joggers and BMWs is an eclectic mix, considering its proximity to downtown.

Casa Loma is bounded on the north by St. Clair Avenue, on the east by Spadina Road, on the south by the CP railway tracks and on the west by Bathurst. Casa Loma’s large Tudor, Georgian, Edwardian, and English Cottage style homes were built mostly between 1905 and 1940. The houses on the south side of Lyndhurst Court enjoy a spectacular view of Toronto’s skyline and Lake Ontario. Many homes in this neighbourhood back onto the Nordheimer ravine, a virtual forest of mature oak and maple trees.

In addition to single family houses, the Casa Loma neighbourhood contains a mix of duplex and triplex houses, luxury townhouses, condominiums and co-ownership apartment buildings. If you are planning on buying a home here you should be prepared for what might be a lengthy but worthwhile home search – our indicators to the right give you a 30 day snapshot of market activity.

Casa Loma

Chaplin Estates

Chaplin Estates is an area in Central Toronto. It features mainly detached homes and is an ideal for families in the market for luxurious real-estate.

is a neighbourhood located in central Toronto. It extends from the corner of Avenue Road and Eglinton Avenue West to the corner of Yonge Street and Chaplin Crescent. This area features mainly detached houses accounting for the majority of sales. However there is still a selection of condos and duplexes available in this neighbourhood.

Chaplin Estates fall under the umbrella of Toronto’s most exclusive and upscale neighbourhoods. With beautiful scenery, easy access to public transit and parks it is an ideal area for families in the market for luxurious real-estate. There are a variety of recreational outlets available; a branch of the Toronto Public Library is located in Chaplin Estates, offering programs for people of all ages.

Chaplin Estates

Chinatown

The Kensington-Chinatown neighbourhood is an eclectic community bordered by College, Queen and Bathurst streets and University Avenue.

To the west is Kensington Market, a diverse and historic retail/residential community populated with small shops. That community enjoys pedestrian-only Sundays in the summer.

Chinatown area, which runs north-south along Spadina Avenue – a haven for Toronto’s Chinese-Canadian community and a popular spot for diners and tourists alike.

The area is home to the Art Gallery of Ontario, and has two hospitals – Toronto Western and Mount Sinai. Schools in the area include Orde Street Junior Public School and St. Patrick Catholic School.

It is served on transit by the Yonge-University subway at Osgoode, St. Patrick and Queen’s Park stations, as well as streetcars and buses along College, Dundas, Queen and down Spadina and Bathurst.

Chinatown

Church and Wellesley

Church and Wellesley is located in Central Toronto. The area features mainly condos, and is an ideal option for young professionals.

Church and Wellesley

Cityplace

Cityplace is located in downtown Toronto. The area is considered central Toronto and features mainly condos. This neighbourhood is best suited for young professionals.

Cityplace

Clanton Park

Clanton Park is a neighbourhood located in northern Toronto. It features mainly detached homes and condos . It is best suited for families. It extends from the corner of Bathurst Street and Wilson Avenue to the corner of Sheppard Avenue West and Wilson Heights Boulevard. There features both condos and detached houses in this area. Also, there is a large selection of rental properties available in this neighbourhood.

Clanton Park is home to excellent school, six parks, a community centre and two hospitals. Making it an attractive option families and the elderly. There are also a number of plazas located along Sheppard Avenue West providing a selection of grocery and retail stores

Clanton Park

Corktown

Corktown is located in central Toronto. It features mainly condos. It is best suited for young professionals.

Corktown

Cricket Club

The Cricket Club neighbourhood is an established family oriented community. The local residents display a pride of ownership that can be seen on the manicured lawns and pretty gardens found throughout this neighbourhood. There is a relaxed, country charm ambience here thanks to an abundance of mature trees and the fact that many of the streets do not have sidewalks.

Cricket Club homes are in great demand because of all the amenities that this location has to offer including upscale shopping districts, excellent schools, and close proximity to public transportation and to Highway 401.

The Cricket Club neighbourhood contains a nice mix of housing including two and three bedroom bungalows, Tudor and cottage-style two-storey houses, and larger Georgian-style homes with spacious centre hall plans. All of the houses in this neighbourhood have private drives and the lot frontages are generous, varying in size from thirty to fifty feet.

The Cricket Club neighbourhood

Davisville

Davisville is located in central Toronto. The area mainly features condos. The area is suitable for a variety of individuals, including families, young professionals and singles.

Davisville

Deer Park

Deer Park is a located in central Toronto. It is suitable for a variety of individuals including families, young professionals and the elderly.

It is located in central Toronto. Extending from the corner of Avenue Road and Farnham Avenue to the corner of Yonge Street and Davisville Avenue. The area mainly features condos, which account for the majority of real-estate sales in this neighbourhood. The area features one of the largest selections of luxury condos. However there is still a selection semi-detached and detached homes available.

Deer Park is unique from the typical upscale neighbourhood. As opposed to being in an isolated area, it is in the heart of one of Toronto’s busiest entertainment, shopping and business districts. There are also recreational outlets such as the Deer Park public library and two parks which allow for a good balance between concrete and parkland.

Deer Park

Distillery District

Distillery District is located in Central Toronto. The area mainly features condos and is suitable for a variety of individuals including singles and the elderly.

Is located in central Toronto. Extending from the corner of Mill and Parliament Streets to the corner of Distillery Lane and The Gardiner Expressway. The area mainly features condos, accounting for the majority of real-estate sales in this area.

Distillery District is a preserved historic district, boasting the largest and most well preserved Victorian architecture in North America. It is a charming pedestrian only neighbourhood that is proud of its past. With abundant entertainment options, Distillery District is a beautiful neighbourhood. It is home to more than 40 heritage buildings which all boast a variety of cafes, restaurants and shops.

Distillery District

Fashion District

The Fashion District is located in central Toronto. The area mainly features condos and is an ideal option for young professionals.

The Fashion District

Forest Hill

Forest Hill is divided into 2 areas. Forest Hill North and The Lower Village. Both are located in Central Toronto

The Lower Village is located in central Toronto. The area mainly features detached houses. It is best suited for families in the market for luxury real-estate.

Extends from Bathurst St to Oriole Rd and south to Lonsdale 

The neighbourhood features mainly detached houses, accounting for the majority of sales in this area. However, there is still a selection of condos available. Forest Hill is best suited for families in the market for luxury real-estate. The area boasts some of the biggest mansions in the city, while also being home to some of the best schools in the country. There are 3 public schools in this area and private schools which include Upper Canada College for boys, Bishop Strachan for girls and are Canada’s most respected private institutions. It is also home to the Forest Hill Public library and The Belt Line fitness and nature trail which extends for fourteen kilometres.

Forest Hill South

Forest Hill North

Forest Hill is located in northern Toronto. The area mainly features detached homes, it is an ideal option for families.

The area extends from the corner of Eglinton Avenue West and Allen Road to Castle wood Avenue West. 

The neighbourhood features mainly detached houses, accounting for the majority of sales in this area. However, there is still a selection of condos available. Forest Hill is best suited for families in the market for luxury real-estate. The area boasts some of the biggest mansions in the city, while also being home to some of the best schools in the country. There are 3 public schools in this area and private schools which include Upper Canada College for boys, Bishop Strachan for girls and are Canada’s most respected private institutions. It is also home to the Forest Hill Public library and The Belt Line fitness and nature trail which extends for fourteen kilometers.

Forest Hill North

Fort York

Fort York is an area located in central Toronto. The neighbourhood features mainly condos and is an ideal option for young professionals.

Fort York

Harbourfront

Harbourfront is a neighbourhood located in central Toronto. The area mainly features condos and is an ideal option for young professionals.

Harbourfront

Harbourfront East

Harbourfront East is a neighbourhood located in central Toronto. The area mainly features condos and is an ideal option for young professionals.

Harbourfront East

Hillcrest

Hillcrest is a neighbourhood located in central Toronto. It mainly features detached homes, and is a suitable option for families, singles and couples.

Hillcrest

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