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As Canada's most populated city, Toronto encompasses many residential communities, each of which expresses its own distinct character. The draw of the big city entices many to explore the condos in Downtown Toronto as well as the various small enclaves with historical and architectural significance. Simply put, Toronto has it all for every type of home buyer. View all the current Toronto real estate listings below or keep reading about where you'll find specific types of Toronto homes for sale.
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Welcome to the City of Toronto, the most diverse and multicultural city not only in Canada but in the world. The diversity across the 6 main boroughs attract a wide demographic across the world, with over 140 languages spoken a culture that reflect each corner of Toronto. Those who invest in Toronto condos for sale could have dramatic views of the breathtaking city skyline from 70-storey buildings in neighbourhoods such as Liberty Village and Downtown Toronto. Further north, you'll find some of the most historic wealthy residential enclaves, including Forest Hill, Yorkville, and Lawrence Park.
Toronto diverges in different directions with East York and Scarborough to the east, Etobicoke to the west and Midtown and North York to the north. Each borough and suburb each has its own unique charm and character, even though many have seen significant gentrification and density growth. Toronto real estate is in extremely high demand, with new residents moving to the city for work and to be a part of the bustling hub of Canada's most action-packed city.
As mentioned, the majority of upscale houses in Toronto are located in the northern part of the city. Many single-family homes in these communities feature beautiful brick exteriors with extremely spacious interiors and are a great representation of the historic luxury real estate in Toronto. That said, there are some areas in the north where you can still find a high concentration of condo buildings. Towards the central part of the city, in Old Toronto, is where you'll find many different types of older townhomes, with the Victorian row home being a common style. It's also the most diverse part of the city when it comes to the mix of single-family and multi-family homes.
As you get closer to Lake Ontario, you'll find more and more modern high-rise buildings with some very sleek condos. The amenities in these high-end buildings are also very desirable. That said, there are neighbourhoods near the waterfront that have a higher concentration of bungalows and other types of single-family homes, In particular, the Beaches community has more of a resort-town environment, with plenty of cozy houses and a relaxed, family-friendly atmosphere.
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