Looking  for a hip & family oriented neighbourood in Toronto West to call home?

East of High Park, and east/west of Roncesvalles Avenue, you'll find Roncesvalles Village- referred to by some locals as “Roncy.” This wonderful residential area is located in the West end of Toronto features a vibrant retail strip along Roncesvalles Ave. itself - of mostly small unique businesses. Well designed and pedestrian friendly- the area received a 93/100 walk score.
 
 The area was heralded by The New York Times in October 2011 as having “casual-hip cachet,” and it's only improved since then. No matter what type of homeowner you are, young professional or family, you'll feel comfortable in Roncy Village.  The small town feel is present throughout Roncesvalles Village, This area is known (similarly to Bloor West Village) for its rich European heritage.
 
Families will especially love Roncesvalles Village with its abundant recreational opportunities. High Park is nearby, as well as the multi-use park Sorauren Park  Transit isn't an issue for the Roncesvalles Village area. The streetcar connects you to both the Yonge-University-Spadina and Bloor-Danforth subway lines. Northerly parts of the village- are an easy stroll to the Dundas West subway and the UP express.  Living in Roncesvalles Village puts you a mere 20 minute drive to the core of downtown Toronto.
 
Roncesvalles Village Toronto - features a nice mix of mostly 1905-1920"s vintage homes as well as a few converted lofts and newer low rise condos- to meet any need!  Many two and three storey homes both large and compact-feature Victorian and Edwardian architecture that retain their beauty & character today. The streets are picturesque with large lush green lawns and shade from full-grown trees. Most homes feature lane accessed garages and wide front porches.
 

 

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FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE INC., BROKERAGE 9 Lukow Terr, Toronto