Boasting of the "the largest continuous area of preserved Victorian housing in all of North America", real estate in Cabbagetown has slowly become one of Toronto's most sought after.

Its bounded by Gerrard Street East in the South, the Don Valley Parkway (DVP) in the East, St. James Cemetry in the North and the Sherbourne Street in the West. 

Some of its Notable Amenities are:

1. Cabbagetown/Regent Park Community Museum - A not-for-profit organization that collects, preserves and displays the history of Cabbagetown and Regent Park from the late 1800s/early 1900s to present day.

2. SchoolsSprucecourt Junior Public SchoolOur Lady of Lourdes Catholic High School, Rose Avenue Public SchoolWinchester Junior & Senior Public School and The School of Toronto Dance Theatre are few of the educational institutes available for the Cabbagetown residents. 

3. Parks & Recreation - The Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre, Wellesley Park, Riverdale Farm and Winchester Park are some of the recreational outlets available for the residents of Cabbagetown.  

4. Entertainment - In addition of cultural festivals, Cabbagetown is also home to Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre and Toronto Dance Theatre for fans of performing arts.  

Getting To Cabbagetown by Public Transit

Cabbagetown real estate is accessible by the Bloor-Danforth & Yonge-University subway lines and 506 College/Main Street street car, 75 Sherboune Southbound, 65 Parliament Southbound and 94 Wellesley buses.