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Allenby, Toronto

Allenby, Toronto

This tight-knit community is home to affluent young Toronto families who have settled into the interiors of the detached two-storey and bungalow homes. Situated between North Toronto and Forest Hill, this family friendly area may not receive as much buzz as other affluent neighbourhoods in Toronto, however, it is still very much sought after by families looking for a safe, family-friendly area.

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Bay Street Corridor, Toronto

Bay Street Corridor, Toronto

Bay Street Corridor has an excellent location, and is one of Toronto’s most densely populated neighbourhoods. Living in the Bay Street Corridor gives its residents an advantage when it comes to location. Located within walking distance of the Financial District, the Discovery District, the Hospital District, Toronto City Hall, Ryerson, the University of Toronto and downtown Yonge Street.

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Bedford Park, Toronto

Bedford Park, Toronto

Bedford Park is a beautiful neighbourhood that has its own unique look that easily identifies itself. It is located in uptown Toronto and is known as a family-oriented neighbourhood. Bedford Park has quiet streets, lush mature trees, excellent schools and parks and close proximity to 401 and Lawrence subway station. These features attract young professionals and their families to the neighbourhood.

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Cabbagetown, Toronto

Cabbagetown, Toronto

This well-known enclave chalk-full of restored Victorian homes has become one of the most sought-after neighbourhoods in Toronto. It’s buzzing with coffee-lovers and neighbours who frequent the Riverdale Farmers’ Market each Tuesday from May through October. This trendy area of Toronto is an exciting neighbourhood for those looking for friendly neighbours and a strong sense of community and pride.

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Casa Loma, Toronto

Casa Loma, Toronto

Living in Casa Loma feels somewhat like stepping in a fairy tale. Atop the hill on Avenue Road Hill sits a beautiful castle. Castle Loma silently shadows the beautiful neighbourhood. The castle identifies this affluent enclave of Toronto, and gives it majestic appeal.

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Davisville Village, Toronto

Davisville Village, Toronto

This busy and densely populated neighbourhood is perfect for new families and young couples looking for a place to set their roots. Located directly north of Mount Pleasant Cemetery, it offers a mix of residential and commercial properties making it a convenient location. The homes offer character, as many of the homeowners have been there since the neighbourhood began to form in the 1920’s and 1940’s. This more affordable neighbourhood is great for the young couple looking for their first home and prime location in midtown Toronto.

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Deer Park, Toronto

Deer Park, Toronto

Deer Park is a desirable affluent neighbourhood that hosts a mix between luxury homes and a strong collection of luxury condos. It trades a dense view of sky scrapers and high-rise office buildings for lush trees and an upscale residential area. If location is a strong point of interest as you search for your home, Deer Park is just a 10 minute drive from the core, located in the bustling area of Yonge and St. Claire and in close proximity to some of Toronto’s most beautiful parks.

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Entertainment District, Toronto

Entertainment District, Toronto

The Entertainment District is perhaps the most bustling area of the city. Anyone who is looking for some excitement can gravitate toward this area and find something to spark their interests. Located right in downtown Toronto, it’s concentrated around King Street West between University and Spadina.

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Financial District, Toronto

Financial District, Toronto

The Financial District is where living is all about convenience. Those who live in the financial district generally work there too. Located in the downtown core, it was originally planned as ‘New Town’ in 1796 as an extension of the Town of York. The Financial District is the main financial district in Toronto, and the financial heart of Canada.

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Forest Hill, Toronto

Forest Hill, Toronto

This former village was amalgamated into Toronto in 1967, and has become one of the wealthiest and affluent neighbourhoods in Toronto. Populated by successful businessmen and women, doctors and lawyers the prestige of the neighbourhood has continued to grow steadily. Forest Hill is centred on the intersection of Spadina Road and Lonsdale Road. In addition to the grand homes of the area, the Forest Hill Village on Spadina Road contain boutiques, shops and fine restaurants.

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High Park, Toronto

High Park, Toronto

High Park is a neighbourhood where residents can appreciate all that each season has to offer. The gently rolling hills, winding streets and towering oak trees enchant and delight all who live here. The area contains a wealth of history, and is home to a wide range of people. The park itself is a key selling feature as it boats 399 acres of public parkland for residents to enjoy.

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Hoggs Hollow, Toronto

Hoggs Hollow, Toronto

Escape the city rush and find peaceful country living in this unique historically riched area of Toronto. Stunning streets are quiet and full of lush green trees and plush well-manicured landscaping around the luxury homes that sit on them. There are many beautiful parks for children to play in, and those seeking peace and quiet or a nice walk can find lovely scenery to please their eyes. Enjoy the soothing sound of the Don River, which gently flows through the neighbourhood. It’s truly country living in the city.

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Lawrence Park, Toronto

Lawrence Park, Toronto

Lawrence Park was one of Toronto’s first planned garden suburbs. It didn’t fully develop until after the Second World War, and was ranked the wealthiest neighbourhood in all of Canada in 2011. This exclusive neighbourhood treats its prominent residents to a peaceful and tranquil setting that includes rolling hills, winding roads and lush foliage from trees, vines and shrubbery. It has extremely attractive curb appeal and a majestic gated atmosphere.

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Leaside, Toronto

Leaside, Toronto

Generous lots, private drives and interiors containing beautiful wood trim, hardwood floors and fireplaces. The homes in Leaside are a little more modest compared to other affluent neighbourhoods in Toronto, but remain a desireable community in Toronto. The neighbourhood boasts character, it’s a destination for foodies, bursting with antique stores and contains plenty of green space.

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Leslieville, Toronto

Leslieville, Toronto

If you’re a lover of brunch, you’ll find Leslieville a special place. Well known as the east end neighbourhood for its trendy eateries, galleries and shops – it’s one of Toronto’s hippest places to live. Coined as Toronto’s new Queen West, it’s become a desirable area for Torontonians to invest in as housing prices have started to spike.

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Liberty Village / King West, Toronto

Liberty Village / King West, Toronto

This neighbourhood is coveted by the young professional interested in a unique and eclectic area that boasts concrete, glass and brick residential living space. The 43-acre community is an interesting mix between new condos and old industrial buildings converted into lofts and commercial space. Professionals in media, high-tech and design make up a majority of the residents due to the businesses that have made the converted industrial buildings their workspace.

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Lytton Park, Toronto

Lytton Park, Toronto

Lytton Park will greet you with character homes, manicured gardens, streets lined with mature lush trees and large lots. This neighbourhood is centred on Lytton Park (where it gets its name), and is well known for its excellent collection of schools.

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Moore Park, Toronto

Moore Park, Toronto

For those who don’t want to feel like they are in the city, the exclusive Moore Park neighbourhood is the perfect place to buy. This area of Toronto is surrounded by peaceful nature, and the streets are canopied by mature trees. It’s the perfect escape from the busy city. While this neighbourhood feels like it is away from the city, it is in one of Toronto’s most convenient locations.

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North York, Toronto

North York, Toronto

North York is a vibrant, urban area of Toronto, which also has a strong central business district. Located north of Toronto, it has a population over 600,000 and is considered one of the most diverse areas of Toronto. North York has plenty to offer its residents including convenient living outside the downtown core of Toronto.

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Riverdale, Toronto

Riverdale, Toronto

Riverdale is one of Toronto’s newest up and coming neighbourhoods and is noted for its diverse community and emerging independent design, furniture, food retailers and restaurants. It’s a thriving neighbourhood east of the downtown core, surrounded by abundant parkland, which makes a perfect little hideaway for those who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city buzz. There are many top-ranked schools, great shopping and convenient access to transit. It is a great location for families and young professionals.

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Rosedale, Toronto

Rosedale, Toronto

Named as a tribute to the abundant roses that graced the hillsides of the Jarvis estate, Rosedale is one of the oldest suburbs in Toronto – and also one of the wealthiest. It’s known as the area where the city’s ‘old money’ resides, and where some of Canada’s most richest and famous people live and have lived. This is the neighbourhood to be if you appreciate historic character, class, quiet and opulent living in the city.

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South Hill, Toronto

South Hill, Toronto

North of downtown Toronto, those who live in South Hill get a special treat: stunning views of the city, and their own castle. South Hill is dominated by a steep hill, or escarpment, which was formed by the former Lake Iroquois during the ice ages. This hill allows residents of South Hill to enjoy the city from a complimentary point of view. The neighbourhood is also shadowed by Casa Loma, which is a landmark in Toronto. Although South Hill may not have the reputation of other affluent neighbourhoods such as Forest Hill or Rosedale, it is still very much a beautiful, affluent neighbourhood.

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St. Lawrence Market Area, Toronto

St. Lawrence Market Area, Toronto

St. Lawrence Market is as old as Toronto itself. The architecturally significant 19th century Georgian style red and yellow brick buildings that line Front Street date back to Toronto’s earliest period. The newer structures situated around The Esplanade were constructed in the 1970’s. St. Lawrence Market is family-friendly, populated by mixed income families, couples and individuals from many different cultural backgrounds.

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Summerhill, Toronto

Summerhill, Toronto

Summerhill is a preferred neighbourhood in Toronto. It’s full of winding tree-lined streets and an abundance of parkland located along Yonge Street. It’s a perfect neighbourhood for raising a family. Its luxurious appeal has drawn many who are looking to settle into a safe neighbourhood with an ideal location and close proximity to the downtown core.

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The Annex, Toronto

The Annex, Toronto

The Annex is the perfect neighbourhood for those looking for a more vibrant lifestyle. Located South of Dupont Street, to Bloor Street, west to Bathurst and east to Avenue Road, this heterogeneous community is made up of successful business people, prominent artists and University of Toronto students and faculty.

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The Beach, Toronto

The Beach, Toronto

The Beach, which is often times referred to as The Beaches because it consists of three beaches, is a very desired neighbourhood of Toronto. This relaxed area of Toronto is known for its beautiful waterfront and delightful lifestyle. It’s the neighbourhood for those who appreciate a lifestyle with hustle and bustle and yet a community of quaintness. It is hard to resist having the beach nearby both in the warm and cool months.

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The Bridle Path, Toronto

The Bridle Path, Toronto

Referred to as millionaire’s row, this exclusive enclave of large estates is Canada’s wealthiest neighbourhood. Bridle Path is filled with very affluent people who spare no luxuries when it comes to their elaborate estates. This is the neighbourhood to live in if you have bottomless pockets and want extreme exclusivity, status, and privacy.

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Trinity Bellwoods, Toronto

Trinity Bellwoods, Toronto

This neighbourhood has a strong youthful vibe and appeals to those who are looking for a trendy area of the city to live in. The focal point of the neighbourhood of course, is Trinity Bellwoods Park, which spans the entire length of the neighbourhood. It’s a popular spot for those looking for a way to relax during the day time. The neighbourhood itself has its own distinctive vibe, and is very social.

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Wychwood Park, Toronto

Wychwood Park, Toronto

Wychwood is one of Toronto’s most interesting neighbourhoods. This enclave, which was once a former gated community, sits just north of Davenport Road and west of Bathurst Road. This private community has its own council and is very strict about protecting the privacy of the neighbourhood. Which is why, no doubt it remains a mysterious neighbourhood to the rest of Toronto.

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Yonge and Eglinton, Toronto

Yonge and Eglinton, Toronto

The ultra-modern North Toronto community, which is commonly referred to as “Young and Eligible’ is known for its heavily populated demographic of young professionals and families with school-aged children. The intersection of this neighbourhood after, which it has been named, has been an important intersection for over 100 years! In this neighbourhood you will be amongst a vibrant but career-focused crowd in a trendy area of the city.

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Yorkville, Toronto

Yorkville, Toronto

Yorkville is the place to go if you want to see luxury cars, experience upscale dining and shop high-fashion. There is a dynamic, eclectic mix of luxury condos and apartments, commercial office towers and four star hotels, theatres, gourmet restaurants, and prestigious shopping. These commercial shops are located on Yorkville Ave. and Cumberland Street. Yorkville is an exciting neighbourhood in Toronto that attracts an affluent crowd.

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