A lovely place to call home, Roncesvalles is becoming one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighbourhoods for its
proximity to sprawling High Park, easy access to downtown, and quaint leafy streets.
Once known primarily as the center of the city’s Polish community, Roncesvalles is now home to a more diverse
range of residents enjoying the eclectic community of restaurants, cafes, and shops along its namesake street.
Some of our favourite conversion style Toronto lofts, like Robert Watson Lofts, offer condo convenience nestled among
the Edwardian homes away from the main streets. There are some newer Toronto condos being planned for the coming
years, and they promise to complement the existing landscape and community vibe.
If you enjoy nature, ?High Park?is right next door and the popular restaurants of?Parkdale?and?Little Portugal?are
great for brunch afterwards. The Revue Cinema is as much part of the scenery as the many beautiful churches and
parks, like the newly created Sorauren Park.
The King and Queen streetcars meet here so getting up to the subway or?downtown?are quick and easy. As well, The
Queensway and Lake Shore Blvd are both just a quick trip south, ready to take you wherever you need to be.
Roncesvalles is a great place to raise children and there are several highly- ranked elementary and high schools
Roncesvalles has a good mix of both detached, semi-detached and town homes. Its prices are considered higher than
average in terms of Toronto housing, but still lower than its direct neighbours of High Park. Current Roncesvalles
MLS stats indicate an average house price of $980,231 (as per January 2018).
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