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Buying a condo in Richview

With a name like Richview, you’d hope for some stunning scenery — residents near Humber Creek can enjoy views of the river, those living in Toronto condos for sale in the west end can enjoy views of the 401… Most of this neighbourhood is filled with greenery, and with a large number of schools, parks, and recreation facilities, condos for sale in Richview are a great choice for families.

Residents have a small selection of restaurants and retail stores on Eglinton Ave W, Dixon Rd, and Royal York Rd — well known fast food chains like McDonald’s and Tim Hortons, and specialized retail stores. There are also some dining options dispersed throughout the neighbourhood, and a few pubs as well.

Condo Life in Richview

If you’re interested in Richview condos for sale, you have 12 buildings to choose from — a mix of classic brick high-rise towers, low-rise condos, and townhouses. Older high-rise towers like Tiffany Place Condos represent the best opportunity for investment, as the price per square foot is quite low and finishes are dated in some cases, which should be music to the ears for investors.

Amenities vary here depending on the style of the building — townhouses such as The Classics Townhouses tend to have more generous floors plans but few extras, and high-rises provide the usual amenities. Most of the buildings in the neighbourhood are located near Dixon or Eglinton, placing residents on bus routes and within walking distance of restaurants.

Transportation

There’s no selling the walkability of this neighbourhood — you’re going to need to use public transit or own a vehicle to get things done. There are bus routes on all major roads, and most of the neighbourhood has reasonable access. For longer journeys, Etobicoke North Station is just north of the neighbourhood on Kipling Avenue.

Richview condos for sale are ideal for car owners; driving is by far the easiest way to get around, and car owners can effortlessly reach the 401 and 427 in minutes.