Determining which neighbourhood is the best fit for you might be a little more challenging than you think.

Toronto is known as the ‘City of Neighbourhoods’ for good reason – it has 140 officially recognized neighbourhoods and upwards of 100 more that are unofficially recognized. Each with its own distinctive character.

Deciding which neighbourhood is best for you will depend on what your priorities are. Some initial considerations before looking might include:

  • What type of home do you want?
  • Do you have children or plan to have children soon?
  • Do you want a historical home with character or a new development?
  • What type of community do you want?
  • Do you want to be able to walk to amenities?

A Toronto-Lifer, I’ve enjoyed living in many of our city’s neighbourhoods. I know the people, the schools, the history and how they’ve changed along the way. I would be thrilled to share some insight about the neighbourhoods in which I work and help you on the path to finding your perfect home.



The Summerhill neighbourhood is named after ‘Summer Hill’ house, a magnificent Regency cottage built in 1842, by transportation baron Charles Thompson.

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Named as a tribute to the abundant roses that graced the hillsides of the Jarvis estate in the early 1800s, Rosedale is one of the oldest and most affluent suburbs in Toronto.

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Moore Park

For those who don’t want to feel like they are in the city, the exclusive Moore Park neighbourhood is the perfect place to live.

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Lytton Park

Lytton Park will greet you with character homes, large lots, manicured gardens, and streets lined with mature trees.

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Bursting with antique stores, a wide selection of bistros and restaurants, and plenty of green space, the neighbourhood of Leaside is full of character.

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This tight-knit community is home to affluent young Toronto families who have settled into detached, two-storey and bungalow homes.

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