Illustrated Toronto Neighbourhoods Guide

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The following is an interesting history of some of the lovely Toronto neighbourhoods that the Julie Kinnear Team specialize in.


  • Bedford Park Real Estate

    BEDFORD PARK (commonly referred to as North Toronto) began as a farming hamlet centred around the crossroads of Yonge Street and Lawrence Avenue.

  • Downtown Real Estate

    Downtown Toronto is the primary central business district in Toronto.

  • East York Real Estate

    East York’s best-kept secret is it’s lush foliage if you’re looking at buying property here expect the luxury of being able to choose between city lights and quiet suburbia. These days, that’s a win/win situation that is rarely, if ever, duplicated.

  • New Toronto/Mimico

    The historic Town of New Toronto is a neighbourhood in the south-west end of Toronto.

  • The Junction

    The Village of West Toronto Junction was founded in 1884 at the intersection of Dundas and Keele Streets.

  • Bloor West Village Real Estate

    Julie Kinnear's Guide to Bloor West Village covering parks, schools, shopping and restaurants. Many photos of Bloor West Village.

  • Cabbagetown Real Estate

    Did you know? Toronto filmed Showtime's series Queer as Folk in Cabbagetown, this lovely Toronto neighbourhood.

  • Chaplin Estates Real Estate

    One of Toronto's most exclusive addresses remains one of the most sought after locations for the discriminating buyer.

  • Davisville Village Real Estate

    This centrally-located neighbourhood has been popular with singles, couples and families for its recreational, shopping and nightlife facilities.

  • High Park Real Estate

    High Park features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.

  • King West and Liberty Village Real Estate

    King West Village is a dynamic community of townhouses, eclectic shops, fashionable restaurants and artist studios minutes from downtown Toronto

  • Leaside Real Estate

    Leaside has retained its sense of community and its real estate is highly valued particularly amongst young families.

  • Leslieville Real Estate

    The village grew up around the Toronto Nurseries owned by George Leslie and sons, after whom this neighbourhood is named.

  • Moore Park Real Estate

    This exclusive midtown neighbourhood was subdivided in 1889 as a Toronto suburb for the very wealthy.

  • Parkdale Real Estate

    Parkdale's history began in the late 1800's when it was an elite residential suburb that rivalled Rosedale as Toronto's most desirable address.

  • Riverdale Real Estate

    Riverdale was a small rural community until the Grand Trunk Railway appeared in the 1850's. Today, it is a flourishing Toronto neighbourhood.

  • Roncesvalles Village Real Estate

    Roncesvalles Village is home to some of Toronto's most vibrant shopping and dining districts.

  • Sunnylea Real Estate

    The history of the Sunnylea neighbourhood begins in 1803, when Alexander Thompson purchased 200 acres of land in the area.

  • Swansea Real Estate

    The lovely west Toronto neighbourhood of Swansea Village joined Forest Hill Village in 1967 as one of the last two independent villages.

  • The Annex Real Estate

    The Annex was subdivided in the 1870's and 1880's. It immediately became one of Toronto's elite neighbourhoods.

  • Toronto Beaches Real Estate

    The Toronto Beaches neighbourhood was first settled by the Ashbridge family who came to Canada from Philadelphia, in 1793.

  • Wanless Park Real Estate

    Known as Waverley Park until 1931, the actual building of homes in this district was stalled initially by World War I and then by the Great Depression.

  • North Toronto Real Estate

    North Toronto neighbourhood became a central location within the new city boundaries, yet its identity endures.

2 comments on “Illustrated Toronto Neighbourhoods Guide

  1. Hi there,
    Great site, really enjoy reading them! Just wondering if you have any experience working in North York area, eg yonge & Sheppard, which I did not find (or I’ve overlooked) under the neighbourhoods section? I see most of your listings are either detached or semi, do you work on townhome or condo projects?

    Thanks!

    Alan

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