Also known as Dufferin Grove, this family friendly neighbourhood has somehow dodged hefty price tags that come with Toronto home ownership. Located west, and south of Bloor Street, Brockton Village is closer to the city core than one may think. Like many upper west side neighbourhoods that harbour railways, streets are lined with turn of the century brick homes. Classic features like fireplaces and country-sized porches combined with mature trees and big backyards make Brockton a great nesting place for young budding families.
CN Railway, Queen St W
Turn of the century Victorian, Edwardian and English Cottage style
Mid-century brick detached, semi and row homes
New and renovated townhomes and lofts
New and renovated high rise condos