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Beaconsfield Village presents a splendid array of Victorian homes along treed Old Toronto streets. In the northern part of the neighbourhood, closer to Dundas West, you will find of reach-to-the-sky semi-detached homes and skinny rowhouses of Gothic Victorian design. Further south, closer to Queen West, are larger semis and grand detached homes in 2 and 3-storey designs. Full of warmth and character, homes in Beaconsfield feature charming details of a previous age including dormer windows, gingerbread accents, and even turrets.
Rich in history, Beaconsfield Village used to be comprised of mainly first generation Portuguese and Italian families. Over the past 10 years however, it has changed tremendously. Now it is the young urban professionals and the arts community that are congregating in Beaconsfield.
Looking for a stylish neighbourhood? Think Beaconsfield Village...
For the hip and young at heart, Beaconsfield has so much to offer. The influx of branded store chains to Queen and Spadina has spurred many of the Queen Street fashion boutiques to gradually migrate west, and are now just steps from Beaconsfield Village. In these shops you will find all of the latest trends including one of a kind pieces from a multitude of talented Toronto designers. Beyond fashion, you will encounter stylish purveyors of interior design, antique, and vintage wares.
Living in Beaconsfield, you can walk to intimate concerts and events at The Great Hall, or step in for a cocktail at the Drake Hotel, one of Toronto's hippest spots. If you like to dine in style, restaurants are plentiful. I am particularly fond of Bar-One and Oyster Boy.
Last but not least, Beaconsfield Village is home to the West Queen West Art and Design District, a stretch of Queen Street that is unrivalled for its art galleries. The propagation of these vibrant, modern, expansive galleries has put the New Queen West on the map.
Consider the homes in Beaconsfield Village in you want a classic Victorian house with character and a front seat to Toronto's hub of art and style, minutes on the streetcar or bicycle from everything downtown.
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Beaconsfield stretches from Ossington Avenue across to Dufferin Street, and from Queen Street West up to Dundas Street West. Homes in Beaconsfield Village can be found in Toronto Real Estate District C01.