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Neighbourhoods - Toronto

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Allenby

This tight-knit community is home to affluent young Toronto families who have settled into detached, two-storey and bungalow homes. Situated between North Toronto and Forest Hill, this family-friendly area may not get as much buzz as other affluent neighbourhoods in Toronto, but it’s still a much sought-after neighbourhood by families looking for a safe, family-friendly area. 

2M

Average Sale Price

6

Average Days on Market

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Bedford Park 

Bedford Park is a beautiful neighbourhood in uptown Toronto. It’s known as a family-oriented neighbourhood with quiet streets, mature trees, excellent schools, and parks. Bedford Park is within close proximity to highway 401 and the Lawrence subway station.

13

Average Days on Market

1.8M

Average Sale Price

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Bridal Path

The Bridle Path has often been referred to as "Millionaires Row". Indeed most of the houses in this neighbourhood sell for well in excess of a million dollars. This exclusive enclave of homes is surrounded by the Don River Valley and lush parkland, which provide the perfect backdrop for The Bridle Path's stately homes.

9.6M

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Average Sale Price

76

Average Days on Market

This well-known enclave, full of restored Victorian homes, has become one of the most sought-after neighbourhoods in Toronto. This trendy area of Toronto is an ideal neighbourhood for those looking for friendly neighbours and a strong sense of community.

Cabbagetown

1.7M

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Average Sale Price

37

Average Days on Market

The neighbourhood of Casa Loma is named after the Gothic Revival style mansion, Casa Loma, referred to as Toronto’s castle. The neighbourhood is bounded on the north by St. Clair Avenue West, to the east by Spadina Road, to the west by Bathurst Street and to the south by the CP rail tracks.

Casa Loma

2.4M

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Average Sale Price

70

Average Days on Market

This busy and densely populated neighbourhood is perfect for new families and young couples looking for a place to set down roots. Located directly north of Mount Pleasant Cemetery, it offers a mix of residential and commercial properties. Many of the homeowners have been here since the neighbourhood began to form in the 1920s and 1940s.

Davisville

1.7M

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Average Sale Price

20

Average Days on Market

Deer Park neighbourhood is an upscale residential area with a mix of luxury homes and condos. Just a 10-minute drive from the downtown core, Deer Park is located in the bustling area of Yonge and St. Clair and is in close proximity to some of Toronto’s most beautiful parks and ravines. 

Deer Park

2.6M

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Average Sale Price

23

Average Days on Market

The Entertainment District is the most bustling area of the city, particularly in the evenings. Located in downtown Toronto, the Entertainment District is concentrated around King Street West, between University and Spadina. 

Entertainment

761K

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Average Sale Price

28

Average Days on Market

This former village was amalgamated into Toronto in 1967, and has become one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in the city. Populated by successful business owners, doctors and lawyers, the prestige of the neighbourhood continues to grow steadily.

Forest Hill

4.3M

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Average Sale Price

27

Average Days on Market

Hoggs Hollow was named after Scotsman Joseph Hoggs, a successful miller and whiskey distiller in the 1820s. The area completed its development in the 1960s and remained nestled between Lawrence Park and York Mills, where it continues to live up to its reputation as an elite, urban Toronto neighbourhood, with a country feel.

Hoggs Hollow

5.3M

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Average Sale Price

60

Average Days on Market

Lawrence Park was one of Toronto’s first planned garden suburbs. In 2011, it was ranked the wealthiest neighbourhood in all of Canada. This exclusive neighbourhood treats its prominent residents to a peaceful and tranquil setting that includes rolling hills, winding roads and a variety of privacy-enhancing trees and shrubbery. 

Lawrence Park

3.9M

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Average Sale Price

11

Average Days on Market

Bursting with antique stores, a wide selection of bistros and restaurants, and plenty of green space, the neighbourhood of Leaside is full of character. Homes here sit on generous lots with private drives and the interiors include wood trim, hardwood floors and fireplaces. 

Leaside

2.1M

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Average Sale Price

5

Average Days on Market

Lytton Park will greet you with character homes, large lots, manicured gardens, and streets lined with mature trees. This neighbourhood is centred on Lytton Park (where it gets its name), and is well known for its excellent schools. 

Lytton Park

2.9M

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Average Sale Price

4

Average Days on Market

 This area of Toronto is surrounded by peaceful green space and the streets are canopied by mature trees. It’s the perfect escape from the busy city. Bordered to the north by Mount Pleasant Cemetery, and to the south by Park Drive Ravine, this neighbourhood feels like it’s far from the city, although it’s actually in one of Toronto’s most convenient locations.

Moore Park

3M

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Average Sale Price

18

Average Days on Market

North York is a vibrant, urban area of Toronto, with a strong, central business district. Located immediately north of the City of Toronto, North York has a population of over 600,000 and is considered one of the most diverse areas of Toronto. North York has plenty to offer its residents including convenient living outside the downtown core. 

North York

1.9M

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Average Sale Price

21

Average Days on Market

Named as a tribute to the abundant roses that graced the hillsides of the Jarvis estate, Rosedale is one of the oldest and most affluent suburbs in Toronto. This is the neighbourhood to be if you appreciate historic character and a luxury lifestyle, within the city. 

Rosedale

4.6M

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Average Sale Price

26

Average Days on Market

North of downtown Toronto, the neighbourhood of South Hillis dominated by a steep escarpment which allows residents here to enjoy stunning panoramic views of the city.Casa Loma, a castle-like mansion built in the early 1900s, is a Toronto landmark and popular tourist destination. 

South Hill

4.1M

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Average Sale Price

7

Average Days on Market

Summerhill is a preferred neighbourhood in Toronto. The winding, tree-lined streets and an abundance of parkland make it a perfect neighbourhood for raising a family. Its luxury appeal has drawn many who are looking to settle into a safe neighbourhood in an ideal location within close proximity to the downtown core.

Summerhill

2.5M

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Average Sale Price

28

Average Days on Market

The Annex is one of Toronto’s premier neighbourhoods. Located between Dupont and Bloor Street, west to Bathurst and east to Avenue Road, this heterogeneous community is made up of successful business people, prominent artists and University of Toronto students and faculty.

The Annex

2.9M

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Average Sale Price

61

Average Days on Market

This neighbourhood has a strong youthful vibe and appeals to those who are looking to live in a trendy area of the city. The focal point of the neighbourhood is Trinity Bellwoods Park, located right in the centre of the neighbourhood. It’s a popular spot for those looking to relax during the day time and is host to a number of summer festivals. 

Trinity Bellwoods

1.5M

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Average Sale Price

40

Average Days on Market

Wychwood is one of Toronto’s most intriguing neighbourhoods. The enclave, which was once a former gated community, sits just north of Davenport Road and west of Bathurst. This private community, with its private driveways and meandering creek, has its own council and is very strict about protecting the privacy of the neighbourhood. 

Wychwood

1.5M

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Average Sale Price

6

Average Days on Market

This North Toronto community is known for its large demographic of young professionals and families with school-aged children. The main cross-roads of this neighbourhood, Yonge and Eglinton, have been an important intersection for over 100 years. This is a neighbourhood full of vibrant, career-focused residents, enjoying this trendy area of the city. 

Yonge & Eglinton

1.9M

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Average Sale Price

24

Average Days on Market

Yorkville is known for its upscale shopping and dining, but in the 1960s, the neighbourhood first gained notoriety as a colourful hippie haven. Now this shopping mecca is a dynamic location, with an eclectic mix of luxury condos and apartments, commercial office towers and top-rated hotels, theatres, gourmet restaurants, and boutique shopping. 

Yorkville

3.3M

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Average Sale Price

30

Average Days on Market

$500,000,000+ 

Succesful Transactions

300+ 

Families    

40+ 

Years of Experience