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Public Schools
Roden Public School
Duke of Connaught Jr. & Sr.

Middle Schools
Duke of Connaught Jr. & Sr.

Secondary Schools
Greenwood Secondary School
Monarch Park Collegiate Institute

Catholic Schools
St. Patrick

School of Life (secondary school)

Best For

Young professional singles and couples looking for starter homes for sale in Toronto east-end.


Greenwood-Coxwell has become one of the hottest entry neighbourhoods for first- and second-time homebuyers. Buyers are attracted to houses for sale in Toronto Greenwood-Coxwell because they generally offer much better value than neighbouring Riverdale and Leslieville but with many of the same area amenities within walking distance. You’re just a short stroll to parks, the subway and streetcar, shops and restaurants along the Danforth and good schools.

Heralded by Toronto Life in their 2013 Where to Buy Now guide as a neighbourhood “on the verge of greatness”, Greenwood-Coxwell is showing all the signs of change that turned The Pocket just to its west into one of the hottest east-end areas for young professionals and families. In fact, renovated homes along the coveted streets near Monarch Park are already selling into the seven figures.

This neighbourhood is in mid-late stages of gentrification (depending on the street) and so it’s a great choice for buyers who are concerned about getting good value for money in this hot market but don’t want to take a chance on a more gritty neighbourhood like the areas further east of Coxwell.

Why We Love Greenwood-Coxwell

Monarch Park is Worth Migrating To
Monarch Park is a great green space beloved and highly-utilized by local residents. It’s got a good-sized children’s playground, picnic tables for family lunches and it’s most prized feature, a large outdoor swimming pool with twisty slide for kids (and young-at-heart moms and dads).

Residents Take Action
Local residents formed the Friends of Monarch Park to act as advocates for residents’ wishes for the park and spearhead new development projects. The Greenwood Community Association is also active and run many annual events such as massive, community yard sales and barbeques.

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Rob Ackerley

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