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    Condos for Sale in Rouge | Dean Park | Brookside, Toronto, ON

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    Buying a home in Rouge | Dean Park | Brookside

    It’s easy to forget you’re in Toronto when visiting the Rouge, Dean Park, and Brookside neighbourhoods. With the area’s higher proportion of green space to paved roadways, they all have the characteristics of urban, suburban, and rural neighbourhoods. Spread out from 401 to Steeles East, the eastern border of the area reaches all the way to the Pickering Town Line.

    While residential pockets exist throughout these three neighbourhoods, Rouge Park covers most of the land here. It’s typically correct to think of Scarborough as a pretty developed area, however this particular pocket happens to be home to Rouge Park, a National Urban Park.

    Hiking around Rouge Park is always an option, but Parks Canada also puts on programming including instructional workshops and fireside events. Urban camping is also made possible in Rouge Park, thanks to the Glen Rouge Campground that’s situated close to the mouth of the Rouge River.

    Parks Canada is also working on expanding Rouge Park’s official borders, which will eventually cover 79 square kilometres. Yet another clue that condos for sale in Dean Park are unlike any others in the city are the species of neighbours that live nearby. The animals living in Rouge Park are not normally associated with city life, such as otters, porcupines, bald eagles, turkeys, and swans. And speaking of animals, the Toronto Zoo is located just north of Dean Park and Rouge, and southeast of Brookside.

    The residential sections of the area are found in the northwest corner, as well as to the south near the 401. Most surprisingly, some farmland even sits in the northeast corner of the neighbourhood.

    Condo Life in Rouge | Dean Park | Brookside

    It should come as no surprise that there are only a small number of condos for sale in Dean Park, and a couple others in Rouge. Five buildings in total area situated throughout the area, all of which can be found in the south end of the neighbourhood.

    Camargue II Condos is great for families, as the largest units in the building reach to a generous 1,700 square feet. Plus, with 432 units spread out over 12 storeys, the chances that a unit will appear on the market from time to time are quite high. Harmony North Townhomes is ideal for those seeking townhomes, on the other hand. This particular townhouse complex contains an impressive 143 units, also increasing the odds for prospective buyers seeking homes here.

    And while the options for condos for sale in Dean Park may seem limited, buyers interested in the neighbourhood can expect more choices in years to come. The Towns at Rouge Valley, for example, are already on the way, with 144 homes slated for completion in 2019.


    The subway might not be within immediate reach, however thanks to the TTC’s expansive bus network, it’s easy to get around Rouge, Dean Park, and Brookside, even without a car. Buses along Sheppard and Kingston Road carry passengers toward the downtown core, while the 92 GO bus lands travelers at York Mills Station on the Yonge subway line.

    As for drivers, it certainly doesn’t hurt to have the 401 within close reach. The stretch of the 401 that crosses Toronto also happens to be the busiest highway in North America, so those interested in condos for sale in Dean Park should remember to leave themselves some extra time during rush hour. For example, it takes just around 30 minutes to reach Pearson International Airport when traffic is light, but anyone heading to the airport after work should expect to be on the road for up to 45 minutes.

    Rouge | Dean Park | Brookside Overview

    The Locals: Nature lovers and commuters.

    Code of Conduct: Residents might opt to spend weekends partaking in some urban camping, rather than heading to the bars.

    What You’ll Find: Tons and tons of green space.

    What You Won’t Find: An array of shops, restaurants, and bars.

    The Homes: Only a handful of condos can be found here — for now.

    Sealing the Deal: Living in Canada’s biggest city, without feeling like you’re living in a major metropolis.