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A brief while ago, I took an afternoon to wander the streets of Dufferin Grove after showing a client some homes in the neighbourhood. One of them was a real hidden treasure, a charming old church that had been converted into fabulously funky loft condominiums. Taking the time to tour my old neighbourhood where I used to live reconfirmed my belief that it truly is beautiful here.
Most homes in Dufferin Grove were built in the late 19th and early 20th century. Their architectural styles vary from noble Edwardian semis and detached homes, to enchanting English-style cottages. Beyond the lovely homes, what makes this community so aesthetically pleasing is the lush streetscapes. Each home and garden, ever so slightly different from the next, but all so meticulously cared for, is perfectly framed by the backdrop of towering oaks. It is a little urban oasis.
The heartbeat of this community is centred on Dufferin Grove Park. This immense park is more than a collection of slides, swings and sandboxes; it is alive with bustling activity and community synergy. Residents have access to ice rinks, basketball courts, outdoor wood-burning ovens, campfire pits, wireless internet and more. Perfect for young families, couples can enrol in "Dusk Dances", as their children attend plays at the Clay and Paper Theatre. The park's Farmers' Market sells local organic produce, and prepares dishes for customers to sample at A Taste of the Market.
Dufferin Grove offers great convenience, with a very easy commute to the city core. The area is serviced by the Bloor subway line, and a myriad of bus and streetcar routes.
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Dufferin Grove spans from Dovercourt Road west to Dufferin Street, and from College Street north to Bloor Street West. Homes in Dufferin Grove can be found in Toronto Real Estate District C01.