Toronto Homes & Real Estate

Browse the top Toronto, ON, homes for sale and real estate below. Toronto, the capital city of Ontario, offers residents access to many fun activities, including arts, sports, fashion, culinary delights, boutique shopping, and more. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Toronto properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Toronto real estate.

Homes for Sale in Toronto ON

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Toronto Real Estate Market

Toronto is home to many historic neighbourhoods, and residential communities maintain their unique character, including Victorian and Edwardian-era structures. The Toronto real estate market offers various styles of homes of all shapes and sizes, including single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums, row houses, and bungalows.

Neighbourhoods in Toronto are set within districts, including Old Toronto, East York, Etobicoke, North York, York, and Scarborough. Residential neighbourhoods include Bedford Park, Little Italy, and Leaside. Many Toronto neighbourhoods have panoramic views of Lake Ontario or waterfront homes along the Don River.

Average home prices in Toronto range between $1.3 million to $2.8 million, with most homes having four bedrooms and three bathrooms with an average of 1,000 to 2,500 square feet of living space. Homes available for sale in Toronto include a mix of contemporary, luxury, and classic designs.

Toronto Community Amenities

Toronto is full of creeks, rivers, and other waterways, including the Humber River, the Don River, and the Rouge River. Several parks, recreational trails, and outdoor areas surround the many waterways in the community, including Humber Bay Park, High Park, Trinity Bellwoods Park, and Trillium Park.

Toronto is also home to many local attractions, including the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre, and the Royal Ontario Museum. Many residents also enjoy visiting the Roy Thomson Hall for musical entertainment and Buddies In Bad Times Theatre for performances by local theatrical groups. Plus, residents can enjoy the many events and activities the city hosts, including the Toronto International Film Festival and the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival.

Toronto is also home to many shopping and dining opportunities, including St. Lawrence Market, which has more than 120 vendors selling farm-fresh vegetables, antiques, crafts, art, household goods, and more. In addition, the Bellwoods Brewery offers an outdoor patio to enjoy craft beer and great company. Plus, the area is home to many restaurants offering world-inspired cuisine, including Moxies, STK Toronto, Goodfellas Wood Oven Pizza, and Wilbur Mexicana.

Toronto is also home to many major sports teams, including the Toronto Raptors, Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto Maple Leafs, and Toronto FC. These teams host home games in Toronto, where residents can enjoy pre-game activities, game time, and post-game excitement at community arenas and stadiums.

Local public transportation offers residents easy ways to get around Toronto. The Toronto Transit Commission has three public transportation opportunities, including subway, streetcar, and bus, which access many areas of the city and nearby suburbs. The subway also connects to the Toronto Pearson International Airport, the area's primary airport. Most streetcars operate 24 hours a day, and the buses typically operate daily from 6 a.m. until 1 a.m. (8 a.m. on Sundays).

A ferry operates daily, taking residents from Toronto to the Toronto Islands - Hanlan's Point, Ward's Island, and Centre Island. The ferry departs from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal downtown.

Toronto is bike and foot-traffic-friendly, offering safe walkways, bike lanes, and other pathways for residents to walk and bike through town.

Toronto Local Highlights

  • Roy Thomson Hall is a concert hall in the city's downtown area, which hosts many live entertainment events.
  • Ontario Place is set on three artificially landscaped islands, hosts live entertainment and events, and is home to a beautiful park.
  • The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum home to more than 90,000 works of art and is considered one of the finest art museums in North America.
  • St. Lawrence Market is a public market with various vendors selling housewares, homemade goodies, and farm-fresh fruits and vegetables.
  • Royal Ontario Museum showcases art, world culture, and natural history exhibits and is one of the largest museums in Canada.
  • Greektown, formally known as Danforth, is the place to go for beautiful architecture, Greek restaurants, and shops.
  • Nathan Phillips Square is a vibrant area of town that hosts many events, celebrations, and community activities.
  • Morningside Park is a large natural park offering hiking, biking, picnicking, splash pads, and more.

Toronto School Information

Toronto area public schools are managed by the Toronto District School Board. Public school options include Brock Public School, Keele Public School, Greenland Public School, and nearly 600 others. Private schools in the area include St. Clement's School and the Rosedale Day School.

Toronto residents wanting to register for continuing education or degree programs can sign up for classes at the University of Toronto, Toronto Metropolitan University, or George Brown College.

Toronto offers those looking to buy a home many unique options in a beautiful community with many amenities. Outdoor enthusiasts, foodies, and city explorers will find everything they need in Toronto.

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