Parkdale Real Estate

The Parkdale community is located along the shores of Lake Ontario between the neighbourhoods of Roncesvalles Village, Liberty Village, and Little Portugal. Parkdale finds itself in a truly incredible location within the city. Residents are within walking distance of recreation spaces along the waterfront, they are only six kilometers from the heart of Downtown Toronto, and they are near to a number of retail corridors. This historic community by the water was one of the most prestigious places to live in the 1900s, and today the Parkdale real estate market is a great place to find elegant character homes that remain from this period of development.

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4 Properties Found. Page 1 of 1.
Photo of Listing #W5084186

207 Dunn Ave, Toronto

$2,710,000 - 4 Beds, 4 Baths, 2,500 Sf

MLS® # W5084186

Photo of Listing #W5117304

12 Laidlaw St 821, Toronto

$809,000 - 2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,000 Sf

MLS® # W5117304

Photo of Listing #W5118157

28 Laidlaw St 1602, Toronto

$599,999 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 800 Sf

MLS® # W5118157

Photo of Listing #W5129196

10 Laidlaw St 707, Toronto

$499,000 - 1 Beds, 1 Baths, 500 Sf

MLS® # W5129196


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Parkdale homes for sale tend to be highly valued. Because of their fantastic location within the city and the charming, custom appearance of the homes in the area, they tend to appeal to buyers who are searching for one-of-a-kind luxury homes. On average, houses for sale in Parkdale tend to be valued around $2 million.

Character homes in Parkdale tend to be in the Victorian style. Delicate detailing around the windows and front entrance create a fairytale-like aesthetic. Intricately stained glass accents can be found throughout many of these houses. Hardwood flooring, wood-burning fireplaces, and cozy reading nooks make these homes comfortable spaces where you want to curl up and spend a chilly December evening. Because of the desirability of this neighbourhood, interested buyers will find that many of the historic homes in Parkdale have been well cared for over the years.

There are also a number of townhome-style properties to be found in this community. These homes are a great compromise between living in an apartment or living in a full-size home. Townhouses tend to offer a generous floor plan with enough bedrooms for a small family. While they may share walls with their neighbours like an apartment, they tend to be attached to small, private backyard spaces where residents can enjoy family barbecues or landscaping. These can begin in value of around $500,000.

The Parkdale real estate market is not only defined by historic homes, there are also a number of recent developments in this community. With so many buyers wanting to live in Parkdale, developers have risen to the challenge and have built a number of apartment buildings. These complexes boast attractive glass, steel, and stone exteriors. Inside, they can offer open-concept floor plans, new appliances, stylish finishes and hardware, and spectacular views of the surrounding area. A single-bedroom unit in one of these apartment buildings can cost upwards of $400,000.

Living in Parkdale, Toronto

Within the Parkdale neighbourhood there are two major retail corridors. One can be found in the centre of the community along Queen Street, and the other can be found along Roncesvalles Avenue. Queen Street is where you will find all kinds of restaurants.

Whether you are seeking a thick slice of deep dish pizza or you are searching for the exotic flavous of Tibetan food, you will be sure to find something to impress your taste buds in this area of town. Roncesvalles Avenue is a great place to go for local services. Grocery stores, animal hospitals, locally owned boutiques and a number of cafés can be found along this main artery.

One of the big perks of living in a community like Parkdale is access to the shores of Lake Ontario. Many residents in the southern portion of the neighbourhood are within walking distance of the waterfront. The area is dominated by a green recreation space. Marilyn Bell Park is where you will find the Martin Goodman Trail where locals can cycle or walk. The trail is a good connector for those who work nearby and like to commute. The trail also provides easy access to some of Toronto’s most iconic attractions including:

  • BMO Field
  • Queen Elizabeth Theatre
  • Rose Garden
  • Canadian National Exhibition
  • Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
  • Centennial Park

Because of this, residents of Parkdale never feel disconnected from their city. They are only a short distance from major soccer games, fantastic musical performances, and seasonal festivals.

The Argonaut Rowing Club is also located along the waterfront. Rowing is a great way to keep fit and enjoy the exceptional beauty of Toronto’s waterfront. For those who love to boat, the nearby Boulevard Club has a number of slips where sailors can keep their boats.

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