Danforth Village-East York
- toronto real estate board overview
- located in sector: E03
- average 2012 sale prices
- all homes: $474,569
- detached houses: $544,967
- semi-detached houses: $544,318
- townhomes: $147,800
- apartments: $198,822
- neighbourhood map: see map
Aside from the odd bungalow with a new second-storey addition, not much has changed here since the early part of the 20th century. The neighbourhood offers street after street of residences, though Pape has a tiny pocket of retail and restaurants. Green space can be found at popular Dieppe Park, and a farmers’ market pops up at the East York Civic Centre on Thursdays. The area’s south end is only a couple of blocks from the Danforth’s larger selection of shops and restaurants, while R. H. McGregor Elementary School draws in families with school-age kids thanks to an on-site daycare and a good French immersion program.
- LIBRARY AND SCHOOLS
- S. Walter Stewart, 170 Memorial Park Avenue, 396-3975
- Public Schools
- R H McGregor Elementary School,
555 Mortimer Avenue, 396-2390
- Catholic Schools
- Holy Cross,
299A Donlands Avenue, 393-5242
- neighbourhood hot spots
Dieppe Park The largest park in the area features illuminated baseball and soccer fields, an outdoor rink, a ship-shaped playground and a small water park that’s packed with squealing little ones in summer. 455 Cosburn Ave.
S. Walter Stewart Library The renovated, saucer-shaped library exudes serenity with 13 A. Y. Jackson paintings in its collection, not to mention nearly 100,000 books. 170 Memorial Park Ave., 416-396-3975.
Toronto East York Farmers Market Every Tuesday from May through November, the fresh-obsessed descend on the front lawn of the old East York Civic Centre for Ontario-grown produce. 850 Coxwell Ave., 416-392-2664.