Only a short commute downtown, Roncesvalles Village and High Park are known for their village feel. With central prices on the rise, Roncesvalles condominiums and lofts have proved to be a great alternative for those looking to be attached to the central core, without the busyness of being right downtown – at affordable pricing. The land which was once known as Sunnyside Farm, was donated in 1873 to the City of Toronto by John Howard, one of Canada’s most famous architects. Most of the remaining undeveloped land, is what we now know today as High Park. The neighborhood is centered around Roncesvalles Avenue, a north-south street leading from the intersection of King and Queen Streets to the south, north to Dundas Street West, a distance of approximate 1.5 kilometers.
Today, Roncesvalles and High Park are seen by many as one of Toronto’s most ethnically diverse communities, making it a very active, involved and tightly-knit neighborhood. With plenty of real estate options outside of the freehold market, Roncesvalles and High Park are home to some of Toronto’s best loft conversions and condominiums as well as many great shops, cafés, galleries and restaurants. With plenty of transit options for High Park condominium and Roncesvalles loft owners, the downtown core is a short streetcar or subway ride away making the commute downtown effortless. For a current roster of available condos, lofts and townhomes in Roncesvalles Village and High Park, pre-construction real estate options, and Roncesvalles and High Park condo property information, contact Roncesvalles area’s expert. If you are a Roncesvalles or High Park condo, loft or townhome owner looking to sell or would like a free, no obligation market evaluation, feel fee to contact Christopher to discuss your objectives.
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