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One of Toronto’s most historic neighbourhoods, known for it’s jaw dropping Victorian-Edwardian mansions and tree lined streets.
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An awesome place to spend time outdoors, the Beaches is a family oriented neighbourhood with an abundance of recreation spaces, shops and restaurants.
“A Small Village in a Big City” located only a few minutes away from downtown Toronto. Bloor West Village is a great place to shop and more…
Best known for hosting the Taste of the Danforth festival, the busy strip is lined with restaurants and pubs, food markets…
A pedestrian only neighbourhood with cobblestone streets, independent shops and restaurants, the perfect place to…
Where cozy bars and restaurants, upscale fare and mom and pop Portuguese bakeries live in perfect harmony.
The High Park neighbourhood is home to a wide range of people. Its highly regarded schools including Humberside Collegiate…
A welcoming community for creatives and entrepreneurs. Home to amazing restaurants, craft breweries, and independent shops.
Full of vintage shops, both ethnic and local cuisine and independent designers, Kensington Market is a colourful, lively neighbourhood…
The Kingsway is an affluent residential neighbourhood. It is located in the former City of Etobicoke…
A lively energy no matter what time of day, this neighbourhood is home to some of the best restaurants and bars in the city.
Trendy and low-key with some serious brunch spots, vintage furniture shops and independent designers.
A close community gives Liberty Village a small-town feel. Made up both new developments and converted lofts, this area has the best of both architectural worlds.
A quaint yet lively neighbourhood populated by young professionals, students and families with no shortage of places to eat and drink.
Located just steps from the waterfront, King West and the Entertainment District.
A specialty neighbourhood with casual and upscale eateries, craft cocktail bars, speciality boutiques, vintage shops and more.
Just east of High Park, Roncesvalles is full of unique shops, great eats and about every convenience you could possibly need right along the main street.
Swansea Village is the only Toronto neighbourhood that has its own community run Town Hall, lake, a river, and a pond as it’s natural boundaries.
One of the city’s oldest neighbourhoods, known for it’s world-class food market and weekend antique markets.
Sunnylea is a highly sought after neighbourhood that is especially popular with young families. There is a country charm here thanks to…
Parks, cafes and the perfect place to jog, Toronto’s Waterfront is quickly becoming one of the best places to spend time outdoors in the city.
An artsy neighbourhood known for it’s amazing vintage shops and trendy bars.
An upscale neighbourhood with luxury shopping, high-end restaurants and swanky happy hour spots.
If you’re looking to purchase a property, location is one of the most important factors. Our neighbourhood guides outline information on schools, transit and safety, as well as the Walkscore, amenities and more.