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Riverdale... Riverdale is home to a host of restaurants offering international cuisine. Toronto's best Chinese, Greek, Mediterranean, Sushi restaurants and more line the Danforth in the Riverdale neighbourhood. Minutes to Downtown, Riverdale features tree-lined neighbourhoods, stately Victorian and Edwardian homes, Riverdale's Parks are a treasure!
Playter Estates...Playter Estates is a neighbourhood of majestic homes is tucked away in a quiet leafy neighbourhood just above the the Danforth. Carrot Common, Greek Town and excellent schools are just a few factors that make this neighbourhood so liveable for families and professionals. A short walk across the Prince Edward Viaduct will take you to the heart of the city.
The Danforth...'The Danny', is a busy tree-lined neighbourhood with a colourful retail and hospitality scene. Restaurants and night spots emerge continually and the as Danforth village attracts young families.
Leslieville...Leslieville is Toronto's epicurean centre. Art galleries, music venues,boutiques, antique stores, cafes and world class restaurants all abound in Toronto's funky Leslieville.
The Beach...Toronto's Beach neighbourhood is surrounded by charming cottages and grand homes with gardens ranging from abstract to formal. Toronto's sporting epicentre,the Beach offers outdoor activities all year round. Life in the Beach is enhanced by the vibrant Queen Street with its many pubs, restaurants and shops.
Rosedale...Rosedale is where you will find Toronto's grandest homes and most affluent residents. Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian homes dating to the mid 1800's comprise the collection of homes that have become an architectural gallery of Canada. Rosedale features wonderful parks, excellent schools, contemporary restaurants and a thriving 'shopping' district.
St Lawrence Market...St Lawrence Market is a world class Market and Toronto's brims with historical significance. With Neo-Gothic, Victorian and modern architecture wonderfully arranged, city living is at it's best. St Lawrence Market boasts a wide choice of lofts, and spacious apartments. W#alk to the Financial District, The Air Canada Centre. Minutes to the Toronto Islands.
Leaside...Leaside is home to many grand properties and extraordinary gardens. Some of Toronto's finest architecture lines the majestic streets of the neighbourhood. With it's own commercial sector, parks and sports centres, there's plenty to do in Leaside.
Davisville Village...The Davisville neighbourhood features leafy neighbourhoods of family homes. New condominiums and abound in Davisville. Davisville is located in Mid-Town Toronto and has all the activities a family could hope to find.
Church-Yonge Corridor...Toronto's 'Church Yonge Corridor' is where the action lives is. World class shopping and dozens of restaurants and cafes make this neighbourhood a highly enjoyable location for arts and entertainment lovers. Dundas Square, the Eaton Centre and the always hopping Yonge Street make the Church Yonge corridor Toronto's perhaps most happening area.
Cabbagetown...Cabbagetown Toronto is one of the Canada oldest neighbourhoods. Stunning residences from the 1800's live beside modern condo's- along with some of Toronto's best cafes, restaurants, design stores and galleries makes Cabbagetown one of Toronto's most vibrant neighbourhoods.
The Annex...The Annex in Toronto is unique architecturally, horticulturally and socially. You can find some of Toronto's best boutiques and restaurants . With it's live music scene, nightlife, greenery and history- The Annex is just one of those rare neighbourhoods that has something for everyone.
Yorkville...Yorkville is Toronto's foremost shopping and style district. World class hotels and condominiums, legendary restaurants and patios, supercars, stunning period homes homes and pampered pooches are just a few of the everyday features in Toronto's historically hip Yorkville. Check out The Royal Ontario Museum, The Gardiner Museum or many of the finest private galleries in Toronto.
Roncesvalles...Roncesvalles Toronto also known as Roncesvalle Village or 'Roncy' is home to a thriving artistic community, unique shopping, eclectic residents and many family facilities. High Park offers a unique opportunity to observe nature in the heart of the city and is a venue for many sports.
The Junction...The Junction is an emerging neighbourhood in Toronto that is full of charm, parks and community services. With it's thriving retail, restaurants and market scene The Junction is like a well equipped city close to the heart of Toronto.
West Queen West...Toronto Ontario's 'West Queen West' district is renowned for it's it's rich art galley scene, famed hang-outs/nightlife and fashion scene. West Queen West is located in Toronto's core, like a trendy village in the big city. Unique boutiques, Gothic architecture, Victorian and turn of the century homes, compliment fashionable lofts and condominiums in this Vibrant Toronto Neighbourhood.
Little Portugal...Little Portugal is among the most vibrant of Toronto's Neighbourhoods. The area is small but possesses a rich restaurant district, with a wide variety of art, retail, and service venues. Residential streets are lined with a combination of Victorian homes, modern renovations and condominiums.
Parkdale...Parkdale is one of the City's quickly evolving neighbourhoods. With architecturally exciting mansions from the 1800's, stylish modern condo's, waterfront, green spaces, schools and a vibrant restaurant/arts/retail strip; Parkdale is one of Toronto's most vibrant and upcoming neighbourhoods.
Wychwood and Hillcrest...Wychwood and Hillcrest are one of Toronto's first heritage areas; . Exquisite homes and immaculate streets, lined with gardens and rich in parks, Numerous community services and resources for artists, epicureans, gardeners and athletes, young and old make Wychwood a true hidden gem.
Casa Loma...Casa Loma is a mid-town oasis. Some of Toronto's most beautiful homes, historical sites, parks and recreational trails comprise this enchanted community on the hill.
Kensington Market / Chinatown...Kensington Market and Chinatown are two of Toronto's most colourful and diverse neighbourhoods.They possess both a number of new restaurants and established culinary hubs. Markets, fresh produce, street festivals, new art and live music make these neighbourhoods great contributors to our diverse City.
Lawrence Park...Lawrence Park might just be where you'd find Toronto's most enviable real estate. Grand homes, forested streets, tennis clubs, gardens, ravines and some of Toronto's best schools,( including The Toronto French School, Lawrence Park Secondary School, Crescent Private school), are within Lawrence Park.