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    Homes for Sale in Bathurst Manor, Toronto, ON

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    Buying a home in Bathurst Manor

    As far as deceptive neighbourhood names go — Bathurst Manor sits near the top. The word ‘Manor’ brings connotations of high prices and luxurious layouts, but what you’ll find in this North York neighbourhood is mostly bungalows, split-level homes, and modern Toronto condos, all selling for affordable prices; Bathurst Manor condos are particularly affordable.

    Bathurst Manor is a suburban neighbourhood in every way — streets are well laid out and it's obvious that the community was planned as opposed to one which naturally grew to become a collective. The area is dotted by parks and schools, all of which are spaced out to maximize neighbourhood access. This area has a large Jewish population, reflected in many synagogues and kosher restaurants.

    The neighbourhood is located in North York and bounded by several major roads — Sheppard Ave to the south, Bathurst St to the east, Finch Ave to the north, and Allen Rd and Dufferin to the west. Most business are located along Sheppard and Allen Rd but there are some on Bathurst and Finch as well; businesses in the area are manly in the service industry — restaurants, law firms, financial services, daycares, and so on.

    Entertainment options are family-focused; there’s Irving W. Chapley Park for indoor swimming, an outdoor skating rink, and acres of green grass to let the kids run free — and hopefully exhaust themselves. There’s nearby escape rooms at Escape Games - Escape Rooms in Toronto, restaurants like Boston Pizza and McDonald’s, and large parks like G Ross Lord Park.

    Condo Life in Bathurst Manor

    Condo buyers have a number of buildings in the area to choose from; most Bathurst Manor condos are located on Sheppard Avenue. If you’re seeing double, your eyes are not deceiving you — a lot of the mid-rise buildings in this neighbourhood were built by Torbel Group, and the exteriors of these condos are almost identical; if you've checked out Plaza Royale Condos and Terrace Heights III Condos, then you've basically seen them all.

    Prices are very affordable and floor plans are downright generous — do you want a 2 bedroom condo that rivals the square footage of a 3 bedroom unit in downtown Toronto, and sells for the price of a 1 bedroom in downtown Toronto? Does that sound too good to be true? Well, it isn’t. In some cases, the price per square foot of Bathurst Manor condos is half that of downtown condos, and suite sizes are much larger.


    Bathurst Manor is by no means a pedestrian paradise, but the area can be traversed on foot — just expect a lot of déjà vu as you stroll down residential streets and see the same houses over and over again. For getting around quickly, there are bus stops on Sheppard, Bathurst, Allen and Finch — and Sheppard West Station sits on the southern border of the neighbourhood for subway service.

    Drivers who choose Bathurst Manor condos can get where they're going in a hurry by heading east on Sheppard, and onto Yonge for the 401.