One of the hippest neighbourhoods in Toronto, despite still being considered by outsiders as grungy which over time has only added to its appeal, Parkdale offers charming locals, unique restaurants & a multicultural vibe like no other in the city. Situated between Queen West and Roncesvalles and Lake Ontario forming its southern portion, Parkdale is primarily a residential area, with semi-detached homes predominating on most side streets. Many of the homes date from the 19th Century and early 20th Century.

In the early 1900's, the area was a upscale suburb and many older mansions from around 1900 that still exist, often converted to multi-unit buildings. Many of the residential streets have mature trees with good examples of Victorian housing that can still be found on Cowan Avenue and Dunn Avenue, south of King Street. Victorian-era row homes of Georgian Revival style with original gaslights can also be seen on a few streets throughout the neighbourhood. The city of Toronto has worked hard to make the area a family friendly neighbourhood and you will see numerous parkettes sprinkled throughout the side streets with children playing in the summertime. Trendy shops, cafes, restaurants and bars line the popular Queen St W, creating a booming scene for the locals from art and music to food and street art culture.


- Parkdale Collegiate Institute Secondary School
- Queen Victoria Public School Elementary School
- Parkdale Public School Elementary School
- Holy Family Catholic Elementary School


There are several routes serving Parkdale. Along Queen and King Streets, streetcars provide service. Along Lansdowne Avenue and Dufferin Street, bus service is provided, connecting to the Bloor-Danforth subway to the north. The 504 King streetcar route along King Street connects to Dundas West station via Roncesvalles Avenue. Motorists are 5 minutes to the Gardiner expressway and lakeshore servicing the east and west routes into and out of the city.

Walk Score 91 - Walkers Paradise
Transit Score 96 - Riders Paradise
Bike Score 60 - Bikeable

Commute to Downtown Toronto
Car - 11mins
Bus - 25mins
Bike - 18mins
Walk - 60+ mins

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $763K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $9.5M
Total Listings 78
Avg. Price/SQFT $366

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