This popular west-end neighbourhood has it all—TTC accessibility, excellent schools, ample park space, gorgeous brick homes, and plenty of shopping and restaurant options.  Located along Bloor St between Runnymede Rd and Jane St, this neighbourhood not only has convenient access to the Bloor-Danforth subway line, but is also walking distance to the popular High Park, and the Bloor Street retail corridor.  

Real Estate

Toronto’s Bloor West Village is a popular and well-established neighbourhood, with homes being predominantly built in the early 1900’s. Being an older neighbourhood, many gorgeous oak trees shade the neighbourhood streets that a lined with solid brick homes with spacious porches. The majority of properties have relatively spacious front yards, and feature wood detailing, fireplaces, and solid hardwood floors.

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Lifestyle & Recreation

Bloor West Village houses one of the most vibrant shopping districts in Toronto, offering a good balance between independent and commercial chains. The Business Improvement Association of Bloor West Village is not only one of the oldest in Canada, but also one of the most successful, illustrated by the consistently busy retail and restaurant areas on the strip. Housing more than 400 services, including hospitality, retail stores, restaurants, small grocers and fruit shops, local residents with everything thy need at their doorstep. This vibrant area also attracts various commuters across the city. This section of Bloor Street is home to various festivals which happen annually, securing the family and community oriented feel of the neighbourhood. Throughout the year, some of the local festivals include: A Summertime Sidewalk Sale, Toronto’s Ukranian Festival, a Halloween Festival, and a Christmas in the Village.

The major outdoor attraction in the neighbourhood is nearby High Park. This large and popular park offers a variety of outdoor walking trails, a dog-park, cafes, playground, open field space, and even High Park Zoo.

Offering a broad range of shopping options, outdoor space, and community festivals, it’s no wonder Bloor West Village is such a coveted neighbourhood with a large familial-demographic.

The major outdoor attraction in the neighbourhood is nearby High Park. This large and popular park offers a variety of outdoor walking trails, a dog-park, cafes, playground, open field space, and even High Park Zoo.


Schools

Being a popular neighbourhood amongst families is, in part, due to the wonderful and accessible schools in the neighbourhood and surrounding areas.


Transportation

Occupying Bloor Street West, the neighbourhood has prime transit access along the Bloor-Danforth Sunday line.  Both Runnymede Ave and Jane St have subway stops in the neighbourhood.  As well, Annette St, just north of Bloor St, has a bus route that connects up to Dupont Station one the Yonge-University Line.  

Commuters also have various driving options.  South of the neighbourhood lies the Gardiner Expressway which provides easy access to the downtown core, and also various areas of the GTA.  


Additional Information

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