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    Condos for Sale in The Annex, Toronto, ON

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    Buying a home in The Annex

    The Annex is the kind of neighbourhood that you dream about buying a house in — and then quickly realize you can’t afford one.

    Shrouded by towering trees and brimming with Victorian era houses — The Annex is a historic neighbourhood, whose beginnings date back to the early 1800s; while known for massive single family homes, there are plenty of reasonably priced Toronto condos for sale in The Annex. The neighbourhood is banded to the north by Dupont, to the south by Bloor, to the east by Avenue, and to the west by Christie.

    Home to families, artists, students, and career professionals, this neighbourhood is frequented by people of all ages — a fact that’s’ evident in the eclectic mix of dining and nightlife options; there are countless pubs and restaurants in the area, and also popular attractions like Lee’s Palace, The ROM, and several art galleries.

    The Annex has well-regarded schools within its borders, green spaces evenly distributed throughout the neighbourhood, and a variety of service based businesses. Yorkville shopping and dining is just beyond its eastern boundary, and The University of Toronto is just south of Bloor.

    Condo Life in The Annex

    With over 30 condo residences in the neighbourhood, buyers have an abundance of choice — condos for sale in The Annex can be found in high-rise towers, mid-rise condos, lofts, and townhouse complexes. Some of the most desirable loft conversions in the city are found within this neighbourhood: The Creed Lofts and School House Lofts.

    The Prices of Annex condos for sale vary considerably — there are affordable buildings like St George Mews or more luxurious properties with high price per square foot like One Bedford. Amenities fluctuate as well and are mostly on par with other neighbourhoods throughout the GTA.


    The Annex is a pedestrian friendly neighbourhood where most errands can be accomplished on foot. Residents are surrounded by bus routes and streetcar lines, and as if that wasn’t enough, there are 4 subway stations in the neighbourhood. Car owners can avoid most city traffic by heading east on Bloor for the Don Valley Parkway.