Runnymede | Toronto Real Estate
Average Price: $1,350,000
Situated just north of Bloor between Jane and Runnymede is the neighbourhood of the same name. Runnymede is a tranquil, family oriented neighbourhood with great schools, affordable housing, and convenient access to shopping and public transit.
The home selection in Runnymede is diverse, offering buyers a choice between beautiful old Victorians, English Cottages, and Tudors; or smaller options of pre and post war bungalows, duplex and triplex homes, and an eclectic bunch of more modern semi-detached and detached homes with a variety of exterior finishes from stucco and siding, to brick, wood, and stone. A distinct feature of Runnymede neighbourhood is the ‘gambrel roof’, giving homes a barn-like appearance. The neighbourhood itself is mature and features tree-lined lots with homes ranging between $385,000 (bungalow) and $750,000 (detached).
There are a number of excellent schools in the area, with both public and catholic schools directly in Runnymede neighbourhood. Parents will also enjoy the close proximity of Home Smith, Etienne Brule, and Runnymede Parks that offer parents wading pools, picnic grounds, playgrounds, and sports facilities. Hockey fans will take joy in George Bell arena located at Runnymede Park for local league use and families of all ages will appreciate the Jane-Dundas library complete with books, visual aids, and a number of youth and adult programs for the community. Additional community events include the Annual Ukrainian Festival each September, the July Festival, the Halloween Festival, and December’s Cavalcade of Lights—all family friendly events focused on food and community.
Commerce is best appreciated street side along Jane, Annette, and Dundas when looking for groceries, household goods, and personal services. For more variety, locals make their way to Bloor West Village for deli meats and cheese, fresh baked goods, and a mix of trendy cafes, restaurants, and shops of all kinds.
Runnymede has bus routes along Jane, Annette, and Dundas with connections to the Bloor-Danforth subway line, and Jane station is a quick walk for most residents in the neighbourhood. Motorists can make use of Dundas and Bloor to travel into the city, and Black Creek Drive to commute out!Back to Hoods
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