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Cabbagetown

Cabbagetown NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

8 Homes for sale | 4 Homes for rent

Description

Cabbagetown homes for sale are hugely popular amongst lovers of historic architecture. Cabbagetown boasts a bevy of character-filled Victorian houses built between 1860 and 1895. This is an established neighbourhood and the condition of Toronto homes for sale in Cabbagetown reflects this–most have been artfully restored by current or past owners.

House prices have shot up in recent years and buyers will typically need budgets above $1M for a true, move-in condition historic property but there are options for those on smaller budgets if you're willing to be flexible on property type. There's also a variety of Toronto apartments for rent in Cabbagetown.

For buyers keen on fixer-uppers, be prepared to work with the local historical society if you plan on changing the exterior of your house. The historic look of this neighbourhood is fiercely protected. When you wander the enchanting residential streets, you’ll understand why.

Best For

Professionals, families and empty nesters looking for houses for sale in Toronto in a charming neighbourhood with an old-world feel.

Why We Love Cabbagetown

Riverdale Park

Okay, so the Park is technically in Riverdale (hence the name). However it shares its western border with Cabbagetown and local residents consider it one of their own.

You can more about the park’s many perks in our Riverdale neighbourhood guide.

Community Spirit

If you’re someone who likes to get involved in the community – and even if you’re not – it’s nice to live in a neighbourhood where people care about the shared quality of life.

 

Unpretentious Swank
Now that’s a tough combination. Cabbagetown is home to many of Toronto’s elite and there has been a lot of private investment put towards restoring its historic properties, yet the vibe in this neighbourhood is cozy and down-to-earth. Kudos, Cabbagetown residents, for keeping it real.

Never a Dull Moment

There is so much happening here throughout the year including the annual Cabbagetown Fall Festival which includes a parade, walking tours, arts and crafts sale and children’s fun zone, along with tons of family programming offered throughout the year at both the Cabbagetown Community Arts Centre and the Cabbagetown Youth Centre.

 

Ask an Expert

Rob Ackerley

Rob Ackerley

Salesperson

Phone:
4169956983