The Trefann Court neighbourhood in Toronto is a quiet pocket of affordable homes which includes a mix of private and public housing within the Regent Park neighbourhood that's undergoing major revitalization. Residents of this neighbourhood are within short distance to public transit as well as The Distillery Historic District and Allan Gardens. 

Homes in this are typically Victorian style houses from the late 1800's along with some newer homes that blend in well. 

This neighbourhood is bordered by Queen Street East on the South, River Street on the West, Dundas Street East on the North, and Parliament Street on the West. 

Notable Amenities in the Trefann Court Neighbourhood:

1. Schools and Educational Facilities: Regent Park/Duke of York Junior Public School (JK-6), Nelson Mandela Park Public School (JK-8), St. Paul Catholic Elementary School

2. Food and Restaurants: Sukho ThaiMengrai Gourmet ThaiKeeffaa EthiopianWeezie’s (Canadian), Redline Coffee and Espresso Bar (Coffee & Tea), The Berkeley CafeFry Haus (German, Fast Food), The Mexican Burrito

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreations: Queen Street West and Parliament Street Shopping, St. Lawrence Market, Lower Don Bikeway for cyclists, Regent South artificial ice rink, Sumach and Shuter Parkette.

Getting to Trefann Court by Public Transportation

301, 501, 502, and 503 on Queen Street East - 65 and 504 on Parliament Street