Young, animated and lively sums up the energy in this academia centric neighbourhood. The esteemed University of Toronto campus resides just south of the border, making it a hot spot for students. Large-scale turn of the century homes are most prevalent throughout this historic borough. Architectural greatness mixed with trendy, low key restaurants and an abundance of local bars and nightclubs make living in the Annex highly sought after by more than just students. Plus, Bloor Street shopping and streetcar/subway access is at your historic doorstep!
Victorian, Queen Anne and Richardsonian Romanesque style homes constructed in the 1800s
English Cottage, Georgian and Tudor style homes constructed in the early 1900s
Mid-century brick detached, semi and row homes
New and renovated townhomes and lofts
New and renovated high rise condos