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Alderwood

Alderwood

Alderwood is a well established family oriented neighbourhood with its streets lined with bungalows and 1.5 storey houses.

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Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park is a small neighbourhood within the bigger Kensington-Chinatown neighbourhood in Toronto. 

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Amesbury

Amesbury

Amesbury is a family oriented middle income neighbourhood with many hills and an abundance of mature trees.

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Annex

Annex

The Annex is considered to be one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Toronto. It is also a very affluent neighbourhood.

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Armour Heights

Armour Heights

An established Toronto neighbourhood with a rich history that is also conveniently located along the Hwy401.

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Bathurst Manor

Bathurst Manor

A quiet neighbourhood with a large Jewish population revolving around many Jewish cultural learning centres and Synagogues.

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Bay Street Corridor

Bay Street Corridor

The bay street corridor is within walking distance of Toronto's Financial District which makes it an attractive condo market for many young professionals.

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Bayview Village

Bayview Village

A family oriented neighbourhood designed to fit the community into the landscape rather than the other way around.

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Bayview Woods-Steeles

Bayview Woods-Steeles

Bayview Woods-Steeles is a middle-income neighbourhood with real estate ownership rate of close to 60%.

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Bedford Park

Bedford Park

Bedford Park is one of Toronto's most affluent neighbourhoods with orginal homes constructed between 1890 and 1940.

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Black Creek

Black Creek

Black Creek has a substantial and equally diverse population in the middle class detached and semi detached houses.

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Bloor West Village

Bloor West Village

Primarily known for its shopping and restaurants, Bloor West Village is very popular with growing families. 

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Briar Hill-Belgravia

Briar Hill-Belgravia

The defining feature of the Briar Hill-Belgravia, also know as Fairbank, neighbourhood is its topography. 

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Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown

This neighbourhood boasts "the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America"

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Casa Loma

Casa Loma

A posh residential enclave with the looks and feel of an enchanted forest lined with storybook homes.

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Centennial Park

Centennial Park

Centennial Park is home to residents coming from a wide variety of cultural and income level backgrounds.

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Chaplin Estates

Chaplin Estates

Chaplin Estates is one of Toronto's most sought after neighbourhood with plenty of scenic walking and biking trails.

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Church and Wellesley

Church and Wellesley

Church and Wellesley is an LGBT-oriented enclave of Toronto, commonly simplified as "Church Street".

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CityPlace

CityPlace

CityPlace is undergoing transformation to become the largest residential development ever in Toronto. 

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Clanton Park

Clanton Park

Clanton Park, aka Dublin or Wilson Heights, is a quiet residential neighbourhood with a large Jewish population. 

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Cliffcrest

Cliffcrest

A family oriented neighbourhood with a cottage country feel that exudes a natural beauty with its lush greens and sandy cliffs.

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Cliffside

Cliffside

A well established, family oriented neighbourhood with its streets lined with a pleasent mix of olderstyle houses.

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Corktown

Corktown

This areas affordable and yet still close to downtown Toronto real estate is attracting many young professionals.

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Corso Italia

Corso Italia

Corso Italia is a smaller neighbourhood contained within the bigger Corso Italia-Davenport neighbourhood. 

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Cricket Club

Cricket Club

Cricket Club in Toronto is a well established family oriented neighbourhood gem, excuding a relaxed, country charm ambience.

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Davenport

Davenport

A quite neighbourhood with modest single family houses, access to public transit, and close proximity to downtown Toronto.

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Davisville

Davisville

This centrally located neighbourhood is extremely popular with singles, young couples, and families

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Deer Park

Deer Park

Also know as Yonge-St.Clair, the upscale Deer Park is different than other pristine Toronto neighbourhood

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Distillery District

Distillery District

The Distillery District is known for its unique 600,000 historic red brick pavers, fabulous food stores and distilleries.

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Don Mills

Don Mills

One of Toronto's most popular neighbourhoods, Don Mills encompasses both residential and commercial/industrial sectors.

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Dovercourt Park

Dovercourt Park

A centrally located neighbourhood with most of its residents in the low to moderate income families from various backgrounds. 

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Downsview

Downsview

One of Toronto's largest neighbourhoods, Downsview is a vibrant neighbourhood with a large number of prominent landmarks.

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Dufferin Grove

Dufferin Grove

With excellent amenities and convenient access to public transit, Dufferin Grove is a popular family oriented neighbourhood.

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East Danforth

East Danforth

East Danforth is covered by two business improvement associations - Danforth Village and Danforth Mosaic.

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East York

East York

The kid-friendly East York neighbourhood has become a popular spot for young families to settle in. 

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Eatonville

Eatonville

A family oriented neighbourhood that is home to a mosaic of people with a wide variety of backgrounds.

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Eringate

Eringate

The large choice of great schools and spacious homes are drawing in growing families into the Eringate Neighbourhood.

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Fashion District

Fashion District

The Fashion District of Toronto is a neighbourhood known for having stores that sell cloths right from the manufacturers. 

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Flemingdon Park

Flemingdon Park

A multicultural community where over eighty different languages are spoken and home to about twenty thousand people.

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Forest Hill

Forest Hill

Homes found in Forest Hill can only be rivaled by those in Rosedale, Toronto’s most prestigious and picturesque neighbourhood. 

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Glen Park

Glen Park

Glen Park is a diverse community bringing together people from broad socio-economic backgrounds. 

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Grange Park

Grange Park

Grange Park is a working class neighbourhood mixed with OCAD and U of students. Many homes have been converted to Art Galleries and other shops. 

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Greektown

Greektown

The Greektown neighbourhood is also known as Greektown on the Danforth or simply, The Danforth.

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Harbord Village

Harbord Village

Harbord Village has become heavily populated by students, considering its close proximity to the University of Toronto.

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Henry Farm

Henry Farm

Henry Farm is a small family oriented neighbourhood with a strong sense of community spirit and an active community association.

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High Park North

High Park North

High Park North, or often simply High Park is a neighbourhood named after Toronto's biggest park. 

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Hillcrest Village

Hillcrest Village

Hillcrest Village is an established mature neighbourhood with quite tree-lined streets and whimsical looking houses.

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Hoggs Hallow

Hoggs Hallow

Discover the storybook area of Hogg's Hollow, an enchanting place set in the rustic beauty of the Don River Vallley.

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Humber Summit

Humber Summit

Humber Summit is a small, middle class neighbourhood with an established Italian community.

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Humber Valley

Humber Valley

With its demographics in the upper-middle income bracket, this area is among the most affluent part of (former) Etobicoke .

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Humberlea

Humberlea

Humberlea is a quiet, family oriented with its original population was of British background being joined by a large Italian community.

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Humbermede

Humbermede

Often called Emery, Humbermede is a Toronto neighbourhood along the Humber River where it's name derives from. 

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Humberwood

Humberwood

Like several of its neighbours, the Humberwood neighbourhood is named after the Humber River that borders it on the east.

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Humewood-Cedarvale

Humewood-Cedarvale

This is a combination of two neighbourhoods, separated diagonally in the middle by the Cedarvale Ravine.

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Islington

Islington

Located at the heart of (former) Etobicoke, Islington Village is also know as Toronto's Village of Murals.

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Junction Triangle

Junction Triangle

Having undergone major revitalization in the recent years, the Junction Triangle has become more of a residential neighbourhood.

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Kensington

Kensington

A distinctive multicultural neighbourhood defined by its popular outdoor market, the Kensington Market.

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Kingsview VIllage

Kingsview VIllage

Kingsview Village is a family oriented neighbourhood home to a multiculturally diversed community.

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Lambton Baby Point

Lambton Baby Point

An exclusive west end Toronto neighbourhood composed of the areas of Lambton, Baby Point, and Old Mills. 

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Lansing-Westgate

Lansing-Westgate

Lansing is a peaceful and quiet neighbourhood centrally located and along the Yonge Street corridor.

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Lawrence Manor

Lawrence Manor

Lawrence Manor is a family oriented neighbourhood with with a predominantly Jewish Orthodox community.

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Lawrence Park

Lawrence Park

Lawrence Park was Toronto's first planned garden suburb and is populated with Toronto's wealthiest residents and is a top rated community.

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Lawrence Park South

Lawrence Park South

This neighbourhood had been previously ranked as the wealthiest in Canada by the Canadian Business magazine.

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Leaside

Leaside

Being a popular neighbourhood, Leaside's real estate constitutes mostly of 1930s and 1940s homes with generous lot sizes.

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Ledbury Park

Ledbury Park

This area is in transition with the 1st generation residents gradually moving out and young urban professionals are filling in.

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Leslieville

Leslieville

The Leslieville neighbourhood feels like a small village with cozy homes on tree-lined streets quaint stores and shops.

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Liberty Village

Liberty Village

Location is this area's finest characteristic - the Lakeshore, Financial, Entertainment, & Fashion Districts.

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Little Jamaica

Little Jamaica

Also known as Eglinton West, Little Jamaica is an ethnic enclave along Eglinton Avenue West between Allen Road to Keele Street. 

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Little Portugal

Little Portugal

Little Portugal is home to one of Toronto's most vibrant social, cultural and commericial neighbourhoods.

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Long Branch

Long Branch

A lakeside village that is blessed with many fine attributes including picturesque waterfront parks, and much more!

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Lytton Park

Lytton Park

Located in the "North Toronto" municipality, this neighbourhood is named after and centered around 'Lytton Park'.

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Maple Leaf

Maple Leaf

Maple Leaf is a single-family residential neighbourhood that is divided by the commercial Keele Street.

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Markland Wood

Markland Wood

Being the west-most residential community in Toronto, Markland Wood is a quiet and wonderful place to raise a family.

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Mimico

Mimico

With a feel of a small laketown in a big city, Mimico has experienced a change in demographics over the years.

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Moore Park

Moore Park

Moore Park is the epitome of nature and exclusiveness as it is surrounded on all sides by ravines and other natural barriers. 

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Moss Park

Moss Park

Moss Park was originally part of a 100 acre Park Lot owned by one of early Toronto's wealthiest citizens in the 1800's.

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Mount Dennis

Mount Dennis

A culturally diverse neighbourhood surrounded by ravine & parklands, on one of the highest topographical plains in Toronto.

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New Toronto

New Toronto

New Toronto is currently a neighbourhood in transition from an industral corridor to a residential zoning.

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Newtonbrook

Newtonbrook

Newtonbrook is a northern Toronto neighbourhood with the Don Rivery Valley serving as an attractive natural backdrop.

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Niagara

Niagara

A neighbourhood in transition as the trend is towards more residential accomodations and less industry.

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Oakwood-Vaughan

Oakwood-Vaughan

Oakwood-Vaughan, commonly known as OV or Oakwood Village, is a multicultural Toronto neighbourhood. 

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Old Town

Old Town

Old Town Toronto Neighbourhood

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Palmerston-Little Italy

Palmerston-Little Italy

Also known simply as Little Italy, this neighbourhood is actually one of the most multicultural neighbourhoods in Toronto.

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Parkdale

Parkdale

As a very culturally diverse area, Parkdale has seen dramatic developments in commercial & residential real estate.

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Parkwoods-Donalda

Parkwoods-Donalda

Parkwoods-Donalda is a Toronto neighbourhood with a natural beauty derived from its location by the Don River Valley.

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Pelmo Park

Pelmo Park

Pelmo Park is a northern Toronto family oriented neighbourhood with access to parks, green space and a calm casual ambience.

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Playter Estates

Playter Estates

The Playter Estates neighbourhood is an exclusive enclave within Toronto with many desirable features.

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Pleasant View

Pleasant View

Pleasant View is a northern Toronto neighbourhood that's becoming popular for immigrants to Canada.

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Port Lands

Port Lands

The Port Land, also known as Portlands, is an industrial and recreational neighbourhood of Toronto.

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Princess Gardens

Princess Gardens

The Princess Garden, also known as the Princess Ann Manor, is a quiet family oriented Toronto neighbourhood.

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Regent Park

Regent Park

Regent Park defines Canada's Multiculturalism as its residents come from a broad variety of cultural & ethical backgrounds.

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Richview

Richview

Richview is a neighbourhood in the former city of Etobicoke with most of its residents in the upper middle bracket.

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Riverdale

Riverdale

Riverdale a large diverse neighbourhood that is also the gateway to Toronto's east-end neighbourhoods. 

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Rockcliffe

Rockcliffe

A.k.a Rockcliffe-Smythe, this neighbourhood is predominately residential in nature with mostly single-family detached homes.

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Roncesvalles

Roncesvalles

Formerly known as Howard Park, Roncesvalles is culturally known as the centre of the Polish community in Toronto.

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Rosedale

Rosedale

Home to many of the city's most influential people, Rosedale is also one of the oldest neighbourhoods of Toronto. 

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Runnymede

Runnymede

Quiet and family oriented with affordable houses, good selection of schools, and convenient access to public transit.

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Silverthorn

Silverthorn

Silverthorn is filled with affordable homes within a reasonable commuting distance from downtown Toronto. 

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Smithfield

Smithfield

Smithfield has experienced an influx of citizens from Eastern Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean, making it comunally diverse.

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St Andrews

St Andrews

St. Andrews is within the affluent York Mills, generally inhibited by families with high levels of income. 

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St James Town

St James Town

St. James Town is the largest high-rise and mosty densely populated community in Canada.

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Stonegate-Queensway

Stonegate-Queensway

A.k.a The Queensway-Humber Bay, this neighbourhood is composed of two areas: The Queensway and Sunnylea/Stongate

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Summerhill

Summerhill

Located along the major arterial route Yonge St, Summerhill has become one of Toronto's most preferred neighbourhoods.

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Swansea

Swansea

A storybook neighbourhood accentuated by its natural boundaries, hilly terrain, winding roads and abundance of mature trees.

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The Beaches

The Beaches

The Beaches is like a lakeside resort neighbourhood and yet still minutes from the Toronto entertainment core.

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The Bridle Path

The Bridle Path

Often referred to as "Millionaire Row", The Bridle Path is an exclusive enclave of Toronto, surrounded by lush greeneries.

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The Distillery District

The Distillery District

The Distillery District is Toronto's hottest new neighbourhhod where residents can live, work, and play all at the same time.

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The Entertainment District

The Entertainment District

The Entertainment District is where the happenings take place, with an array of cultural and family attractions.

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The Junction

The Junction

The Junction has been able to retain a charming small town feel while becoming one of the fastest growing neighbourhoods.

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The Kingsway

The Kingsway

The Kingsway is a premier neighbourhood that is well planned and designed for families with good size houses and properties.

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The Peanut

The Peanut

The Peanut got it's name from the characteristic legume shape formed by the diverging lanes on the Don Mills Road.

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Thorncrest Village

Thorncrest Village

The small neighbourhood of Thorncrest Village has only over 200 homeowners yet, it is one of Toronto's most exclusive neighbourhoods.

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Trefann Court

Trefann Court

The Trefann Court neighbourhood in Toronto is a quiet pocket of affordable homes within the Regent Park neighbourhood.

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Trinity Bellwoods

Trinity Bellwoods

Trinity Bellwoods is an established inner city neighbourhood in Toronto with a large Portuguese and Brazilian community.

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Upper Beaches

Upper Beaches

A recently coined name, The Upper Beaches, is a Toronto neighbourhood directly north of the Beaches neighbourhood. 

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Victoria Park Village

Victoria Park Village

Victoria Park Village is a quiet middle-income neighbourhood in transition with a steady stream of young families moving in.

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Wallace-Emerson

Wallace-Emerson

A mix-used residential and industrial neighbourhood in transition to more residential character.

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Wanless Park

Wanless Park

Wanless Park is a small neighbourhood popular with families with young children, probably due to its main park attraction.

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Waterfront - East of Yonge

Waterfront - East of Yonge

Waterfront Toronto is delivering a leading edge city-building model that seeks to completely revamping this area.

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Waterfront-West of Yonge

Waterfront-West of Yonge

The western part of Toronto's Waterfront; plans are underway on delivering a leading edge city-building model.

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West Woodbridge

West Woodbridge

Home to a large Canadian Italian population this neighbourhood is one of the most affluent areas to live in the GTA 

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Westminster-Branson

Westminster-Branson

With a large Russian and Ukrainian-speaking population, this neighbourhoods dominant ethnicities are Jewish, Russian, and Filipino. 

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Weston

Weston

A Toronto Neighbourhood with the look and feel of a small Ontario town featuring the Humber River and the Railway.

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Willowdale

Willowdale

Filled with luxury condos, custom built homes, and more, Willowdale is an established affluent cosmopolitan urban centre. 

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Wychwood

Wychwood

Formerly known as an artist colony, this neighbourhood is now inhabited by those in million dollar homes!

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Yonge And Eglinton

Yonge And Eglinton

Nicknamed Young & Eligible, real estate in this neighbourhood is a favorite for young working professionals.

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York Mills

York Mills

York Mills is one of Toronto's most affluent neighbourhoods with radiant office towers and luxuriously new condominiums.

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York University Heights

York University Heights

The York University Heights neighbourhood is so named because it is where the York University main campus is located.

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Yorkville

Yorkville

Well know for it's shopping withing beautiful Victorian style homes, Yorkville is one of Toronto's most dynamic neighbourhoods. 

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