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If you were to choose where to live based on your favourite park, where would it be?

Last week we took you around three of our favourite neighbourhoods and their amazing parks. As promised, this week, we’ve got some more for you. So, keep reading and following along!




This park was once the home of University of Trinity College (Trinity College). It features three ball diamonds, eight tennis courts, two volleyball courts, an artificial ice rink, a dog off-leash area, a picnic area, a wading pool and a children’s playground. There is also a Community Recreation Centre located in the south-west section of the park. Now that Summer is here you can also enjoy one of the weekend festivals or their weekly farmers market!

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This one is one of the oldest parks in Toronto, founded in 1858. It offers a playground, two fenced off-leash areas for dogs and, if you love nature, you’ll love its conservatory, filled with numerous and incredible plants. Also, the admission is free!

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If you want to get in touch with Canada’s rural heritage, this is the place for you! The farm is located on the eastern edge of Cabbagetown. It’s the perfect place to spend the day and you’ll also find animals like poultry, waterfowl, goats, sheep, pigs, cows, donkeys, horses, and more… It’s free and there’s also a farmers market every Tuesday!


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Have you visited any of these parks?

So, if you were to choose where to live based on your favourite park, where would it be? To help you make a better decision, we have put together the latest sold stats for each of the neighbourhoods above, you’re welcome!  – Click on the images for full size.


And if you missed last week’s post,  you can find even more amazing parks here, A Park for Life | Pt 1

Meanwhile, if you’ve got any Real Estate questions, get in touch with us, we’ll be happy to help!



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