When describing Brockton Village, the word overlooked comes to mind. While tucked between Dufferin Grove, Roncesvalles, and Little Portugal, this neighbourhood just doesn’t seem to generate much buzz; which should be music to the ears of those who are looking to buy, because condos for sale in Brockton Village generally go for less than those found in neighbouring areas.
On quiet residential streets you’ll find Victorian houses — standalone and semi-detached. On thoroughfares like Bloor, College, Dufferin, and Dundas St W you have have restaurants, cafes, and pubs, many of which are locally owned. The neighbourhood has a growing art scene, and has galleries, theatres and live music bars. And Dufferin Mall to the east provides a shopping centre nearby.
If you’re interested in Brockton Village condos for sale, you’ll find a mix of lofts, condos, and townhomes, including popular residences such as BloorLine Lofts. Streetcars lines on all major roads and subway stations on the northern edge of the neighbourhood make it easy to commute. So, if you’re in the market for a new home, there are definite advantages to buying a condo in Brockton Village.