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Buying a condo in Dufferin Grove

Named for the park found within its borders, Dufferin Grove was originally owned by the Denison family — if you’re at all familiar with Toronto’s history, you’ve probably heard that name before. The area began as farmland, but as the city continued its relentless growth, the Denison’s sold their land for use as residential housing.

This neighbourhood’s location is ideal for buyers who want Toronto condos near the action, but not in the middle of it — being bounded by Dufferin to the west, Bloor to the north, Ossington to the east, and College to the south, means that residents are within walking distance of restaurants, cafes, pubs, and unique nightlife options like the Mod Club Theatre and Comedy Bar.

Residents have Dufferin Mall just west of the neighbourhood for shopping, and are just a brief subway ride away from Yorkville boutiques. While most of the area is comprised of detached and semi detached houses, there are number of condos for sale in Dufferin Grove, including some very desirable loft residences.

Condo Life in Dufferin Grove

Buyers have a lot of choice in Dufferin Grove, for townhomes, mid-rise condos, and loft residences. Prices can vary quite a bit in this desirable neighbourhood — buyers on budget have buildings like beBloor Condos, which offers competitive amenities and reasonably priced units. Those who crave more high-end finishes, will likely be drawn to the luxurious lofts at Hepbourne Hall — soaring ceiling heights, high-end finishes, and rustic touches are found throughout the building.

There are also more affordable loft residences such as Azul Lofts, and BloorLine Lofts And with schools in the neighbourhood and several green spaces, condos for sale in Dufferin Grove are well-suited to families.

Transportation

Condos for sale in Dufferin Grove come with a great benefit — being located on or beside transit lines; the neighbourhood is serviced by several bus routes, there are streetcar lines to the south on College, and 2 subway stations just north of Bloor: Dufferin and Ossington.