Yonge Street shops, tranquil ravines, tons of family amenities and a gorgeous five acre park smack dab in the middle puts Wanless Park on Toronto’s hot neighbourhoods list. A typical Wanless home is early to mid-century brick, ranging from two-story detached, to cozy bungalow, and spacious semi. Generous lot sizes, coupled with a park or ravine view, give the illusion of countryside living. Home buyers and investors took notice, and there’s no shortage of wartime homes under modern-day transformation. The area is well served by the TTC too.
Victorian, Edwardian and Tudor style homes constructed in the 1800s
Early century brick detached, semi and row homes
Twenty-first century homes