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Where to Buy Now: Davisville Village, because it’s the last place under $1 million off Yonge

Where to Buy Now | Davisville Village

Families eager for a midtown address without the Summerhill prices have one last hope. “Davisville’s probably the only off-Yonge pocket left for a house between $600,000 and $800,000,” says John Pasalis of the brokerage Realosophy Realty. “Anywhere else, its unheard of for that price range.”

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BOUNDARIES
From Yonge St. to Bayview Ave.; from Eglinton to Mount Pleasant Cemetery
AVERAGE PRICES
2009: $541,655
2010: $592,110
2011: $604,556

*2011 averages reflect most recent data from January to August

Though the neighbourhood’s major streets are walled with condos, there are also plenty of kid-centric features. June Rowlands Park is equipped with a splash pad, a playground and plenty of lush trees. Maurice Cody Junior Public School has an environmental focus, with a grassy schoolyard and a woodland garden. And to further satisfy the adults, Mount Pleasant is lined with bistros, bars and pâtisseries.

Where to Buy Now | Davisville Village


Where to Buy NowRealosophy
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Real Estate Guide 2012: The must-have guide to Toronto real estate, including the inside scoop on the city’s next neighbourhoods plus expert tips for buyers at every stage of life