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Gently rolling hills, winding streets and towering oak trees are as enchanting as the varied architecture we see in The High Park neighbourhood. Captivating Victorian, Edwardian and Tudor-style homes built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s attract residents of all ages. The park offers a pond, outdoor theatre, animal paddocks, picnic grounds, off leash dog park, a restaurant, flower gardens and more. Subway, and boutique shops add to the variety of reasons why this area is a destination for home shoppers.
Swansea's rolling countryside and the natural boundaries of Lake Ontario, Humber River and Grenadier Pond add to the charm of the Tudor style mansions of the neighbourhood. An active lifestyle is easy to achieve with High Park, Rennie Park and access to lake front walking and cycling path known as The Martin Goodman Trail.
There are two parts to The Junction including the Triangle and West Junction, but the area is commonly referred to simply as The Junction. Formerly the home of The Heintzman & Co piano factory, Motor Works, Comfort Soapworks, Union Stock Yards and Queen City Flour Mills the area is currently undergoing major revitalization. Housing stock consists largely of semi-detached Victorians with an influx of new condominiums and townhomes. West Toronto Railpath offers excellent cycling and walking. Proximity to subway and High Park, as well as artisan shops makes The Junction a great place to live.
Known for it's European ambience and small-town feel the neighbourhood is popular with young families seeking the convenience of public transit and the close proximity to downtown, while offering walkability to family run businesses. Often referred to as Little Poland, Roncy is a destination for schnitzel and paczki lovers!
Houses range from attached to detached 2 and 3 storey charming Victorians, to industrial loft conversions.
Dubbed “a little bit of England far from England” the neighbourhood was built with the idea of an English-style garden suburb. Gorgeous Old English homes with displays of tapestry brick patterns, stone exteriors, elaborate stucco and half-timbering designs, leaded glass windows and porch lamps add to the ambience of tranquility. The Kingsway remains one of Toronto’s finest neighbourhoods today. With the subway and shops making walkability a dream, and easy access to Mississauga, downtown Toronto and Pearson International Airport the home prices in the area are some of the highest in the west end of Toronto.
Offering larger mature lots with a variety of architectural styles of Georgian, Colonial, Tudor-style, Cape Cods and ranch style bungalows this area has become sought after and a popular location for newly built custom housing. Islington Golf Club and the historic Montgomery Inn are major landmarks. Offering great access to public transit and highways, local shopping and entertainment is close by, and the city is easily accessible.
Humber Bay is a quaint neighbourhood bound on the west by the Mimico Creek and on the east by the Humber River Valley. These natural boundaries have shaped the topography of this area, which features rolling hills and many mature trees. Housing stock varies from bungalows, to split-level houses as well as newer custom designed houses. Neighbourhood landmarks include Lake Ontario, The Martin Goodman Trail, and iconic condo buildings like Palace Pier and Grand Harbour. The area has undergone some major development with many new condo towers and amenities added to the general area.
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Toronto Real Estate Board - IDX Last Updated: 12/9/2017 7:42:39 AM