If you have just over a million to invest in a beautiful city home, why not consider the friendly, family community of Dufferin Grove? Bound by Bloor and Dundas Streets north-south, and Dufferin and Ossington east-west, is the revitalized, community-driven, and family first neighbourhood with excellent amenities and quick access to downtown living.
The housing in the area includes a number of 2 and 3-storey semi-detached and detached houses built between 1890 and 1930 in the popular Victorian and Edwardian styles, with a few English Cottages as well. Properties are larger with lush green lawns, mature trees, and some of the nicest gardens in the city.
Who Lives Here?
Families have a range of options when it comes to education, both Private and Public, in the city with some options located directly within the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood.
What's There To Do?
Greenspace is best found at Dufferin Grove Park along with community recreation and facilities far ahead of their time including impressive shared amenities like a community garden, shared bake oven, campfire and music circle, and an array of festivals and projects aimed at fostering a better community. Traditional amenities like sports facilities, wading pool, ice rink, gym, and library can all be found in the neighbourhood as well.
Everyday shopping, dining, and services are located street-level along Dundas, College, and Bloor with 100 additional shops and facilities located in the Dufferin Mall. Families can take advantage of the ‘iFamily Place’ within the mall which offers a play zone for kids, a youth learning centre, and programs such as arts & crafts, storytelling, and reading.
What About Commuting?
Commuters can make use of the buses along Dufferin that make connections to the Bloor-Danforth subway line, or along Dovercourt and Ossington that connect at Ossington station. College and Dundas streetcars travel to the Yonge-University-Spadina subway and motorists can get in and out the city with the Gardiner Expressway only minutes away!