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Yorkville Annex Toronto Real Estate

Information on Listings, Prices, Neighbourhoods, Schools

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CLICK HERE For Information on YORKVILLE Real Estate CLICK HERE for a MAP of YORKVILLE

Condos, Lofts, Luxury Properties, Detached, Semi-Detached

Parks, Schools, Shopping, Points of Interest, Banks and more ...

 

 

YORKVILLE CONDOS LOFTS

YORKVILLEin Toronto was subdivided in 1930 by Joseph Bloor and Sheriff William Botsford Jarivs who also founded the Rosedale Real Estate Neighbourhood. Yorkville was named after the City of York and was became a Village in 1853.  It later was incorporated into the City of Toronto.

Yorkville was put on the map in the 1960's when it became known as a "Hippie Haven", and then became known as a high end shopping meca in the 1980's.  Today Yorkville is an upscale enclave that attracks Tourists from around the world for its shopping and "Village" experience.

One of the most Vibrant Toronto Real Estate Neighbourhoods, Yorkville is booming with Luxury Properties, especially Condo Developments. It has an wide variety of Detached Homes & Houses, Semi-Detached, Row Townhomes and Commerical Spaces.  Sprinkled in between this Toronto Residential Real Estate are Four-Star Hotels, Theatres, Gourmet Restaurants, Boutiques and various small service Businesses.

The Heart of Yorkville is West of Yonge Street, South of the Tracks along Malborough Avenue, East of Avenue Road and North of Bloor.  Yorkville Avenue, Hazelton Lanes and Cumberland Avenue are the most popular and favored streets.

Most of the Homes, Houses and Luxury Properties in Yorkville are Victorian styles that were orginally built in the 1870's.  There are still alot of Historical Homes and many Residential Properties that have been renovated have kept the decorative Victorian features.  The Townhomes, Semi-Detached, Detached Houses, Homes are very Pretty wth their cast iron fences, ginerbread gables and landscaped city gardens.

YORKVILLE TOWNHOMES YORKVILLE DETACHED

The Yorkville-Bloor Shopping area as mentioned above, is known for its High End Stores and Shops.  Within walking distance is the ROM (The Royal Ontario Museum),The George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art, Antique Shops and Art Galleries.   The original Yorkville Fire Hall is still located at 34 Yorkville Avenue and the Yorkville Library is at 22 Yorkville.  North of Yorkville is Ramsden Park which has 4 Tennis Courts, an Artificial Ice Rink, Playground and Wading Pool.

YORKVILLE SHOPPING YORKVILLE RESTAURANTS YORKVILLE NITE SHOPPING

SCHOOLS:

Jesse Ketchum Jr. & Sr. - 61 Davenport Rd.   site

Jarvis Colledgiate Institute - 495 Jarvis St.    site

Unversity of Toronto Schools - 371 Bloor St. W.   site

CLICK HERE For more Information on YORKVILLE Real Estate

CLICK HERE for a MAP of YORKVILLE

Condos, Lofts, Luxury Properties, Detached, Semi-Detached

Parks, Schools, Shopping, Points of Interest, Banks and more ...

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