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Buying a condo in Victoria Village

Carved up by the Don River and the Charles Sauriol Conservation Area, this green filled neighbourhood is a dream come true for nature lovers. With expansive parklands, walking trails, and plenty of outdoor activities, condos for sale in Victoria Village provide an opportunity for parents to give their children an outdoor lifestyle that has all but slipped away.

What makes this neighbourhood even more appealing is that it doesn’t sacrifice convenience — the southern portion of Victoria Village is mostly commercial; home to car dealerships, retail stores, restaurants, athletic facilities, and even Mill Street Brewery. There’s a large shopping centre just east of the neighbourhood, and additional dining and retail options to the north-east as well.

Victoria Village is a family neighbourhood, with multiple schools, and winding residential streets lined by single family homes — 2 storey houses, world war II, and bungalows. But if you’re looking for Toronto condos, then you’re in luck, because there are plenty of condos for sale in Victoria Village.

Condo Life in Victoria Village

Buyers have a lot of choice in this neighbourhood, as there are over a dozen buildings — traditional brick high-rises, and modern mid-rises and townhouses. Victoria Village condos for sale in older high-rises such as Concorde Park I Condos have expansive floor plans, but finishes could be dated. Modern mid-rises like Courtyards of Concorde Condos are more compact but have upscale finishes, and townhouses will give you the best of both worlds — units at Victoria Village Townhomes have spacious floor plans and modern features.

Whatever your style, you can count on a lower price per square foot in condos for sale in Victoria Village, compared against units found downtown.

Transportation

Proving that you can have an abundance of green spaces and a walkable location — Victoria Village is a pedestrian friendly neighbourhood, and residents can run most errands on foot. Public transit might disappoint some buyers, as there are bus routes on all major roads, but no subway stations or GO stations. Car owners have it the easiest, and can reach the Don Valley Parkway in minutes.