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Considered to be Toronto’s most cosmopolitan neighbourhood, Yorkville is located between Bloor Street and Davenport Road, and Yonge Street and Avenue Road. With a diverse range of high-class residential areas, office space, and shopping options, Yorkville real estate offers wide appeal for domestic and international homebuyers alike.

Prime Location with Upscale Amenities

Yorkville is most famous for its incredible mid-town location and as an outstanding shopping district with specialty stores, fashion boutiques, jewelry stores, antique shops, and art galleries that attract tourists and Torontonians from all over the city. There are five shopping centres in the area, with Hazelton Lanes featuring over 100 exclusive shops and restaurants. Many of the stores, restaurants, and salons on Yorkville’s streets are located within lovely Victorian houses on residential roads, contributing to the unique gradual transition from the quiet residential pockets to the bustling office towers, four-star hotels, theatres, gourmet eating, and prestigious shopping.

Homes in Yorkville are within walking distance of the Bloor/Yonge Subway Station, granting access to both of Toronto’s main subway lines, as well as Bay Station and Rosedale Station. Buses on the main streets help connect residents to the rest of the city. For motorists, the Don Valley Parkway is approximately five minutes away.

Luxurious Yorkville Homes

Yorkville has an assortment of different luxury Toronto homes, with most falling into the categories of majestic contemporary condos, postcard-perfect Victorian-inspired estates, or narrow townhomes that are a mix of everything. The restored Victorian houses were built mainly between 1870 and 1895, with period decorative features such as ornamental brick patterns, gingerbread gables, cast iron fences, and landscaped gardens. Many of these houses are now listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties.

Yorkville condos are known as some of the most expensive units in the city, with most starting at over one million dollars. These high-end, luxury Toronto condos range from sky scrapers to smaller boutique buildings, but the residents of all of them live in the lap of luxury.

Bright Futures

Don’t let the trendiness scare you - Yorkville is also a great place for families. Ramsden Park has ideal spots for picnics as well as four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, a children’s playground, and a wading pool. There are two libraries in the area: the Yorkville Public Library is an intimate space geared toward the local community, and the Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library is Canada’s largest and most extensive reference library. Both host regular events for children and adults in the community and across the GTA, with the Reference Library regularly hosting classes, art exhibits, industry events and conferences, and the annual Toronto Comic Arts Festival, which offers over 100 hours of programming for all ages.

Families in Yorkville also have a nice selection of top public and private schools to choose from for their children.

These Yorkville public and private schools include:

Public Schools

  • Jesse Ketchum Junior and Senior Public School for grades JK-8
  • Rosedale Junior Public School for grades JK-6
  • Cottingham Junior Public School for grades JK-6
  • Monsignor Fraser College -Apple for alternative and adult high school learning

Private Schools

  • The Rosedale Day School for grades JK-8
  • Blyth Academy for grades 9-12
  • McDonald International Academy – Downtown Campus for grades 9-12
  • The Dragon Academy for grades 4-12

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