Trinity Bellwoods is one of our favourite locations for young, active families looking for homes for sale in Toronto in a family-oriented community that's still really vibrant and very much a part of the fabric of downtown living.
The majority of Trinity Bellwoods homes for sale were built between the 1880s to early 1900s and consist of Victorian semi-detached and row houses, although there are detached homes to be found. If you can find one facing the park, you’ll probably never want to leave.
There are also some excellent, character-filled loft buildings along Queen West, which are always in high-demand. Toronto lofts in Trinity Bellwoods include the coveted Candy Factory Lofts and the Chocolate Company Lofts with a dream location across from Trinity Bellwoods Park.
Trinity Bellwoods is one of our favourite neighbourhoods for families looking for centrally-located Toronto homes for sale.
Life in this mature neighbourhood is settled around its namesake park, Trinity Bellwoods, and many of the streets are tree-lined and cozy. Yet it's just steps to great shopping and nightlife on Queen West for those rare times when parents get a break for a night out, without feeling like you're living in the middle of a nightclub.
Why We Love Trinity Bellwoods
The Park. Obviously.
It goes without saying that Trinity Bellwoods Park is the heart of this neighbourhood and a major draw for buyers looking to call this popular location home.
It contains a playground, wading pool, sports fields, baseball diamond, tennis courts and more. There’s also an ice rink in the winter and a community centre with indoor pool, gym and track.
In the summer through early fall there’s a very popular Farmer’s Market on Tuesday afternoons. Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park maintain a robust website with event listings and fun facts.
Backyards That Feel Like Backyards
It’s tough to get a decent backyard patio, let alone a lawn, in a downtown neighbourhood.
Many Trinity Bellwoods homes for sale have nice backyards where the kids can play and you can have a proper barbeque. Even the smaller, more affordable row houses often come with good-sized lots where you can create an oasis within the city.
A Walker’s Paradise
If you enjoy walking, Trinity Bellwoods offers plenty to please the eye along the way from strolls in the park to more lively options like window-shopping across Toronto’s vibrant Queen West.
- 7thLeast expensive out of 14 neighbourhoods in West End$1.18millionAverage home value in Trinity Bellwoods-8.24%Year over year change in values
Historical Average Home Price in Trinity Bellwoods