If you’re looking for Rockcliffe – Smyths condos for sale, it’s time to buy before this neighbourhood is out of reach.
Like many GTA neighbourhoods which once functioned as standalone communities, the first residents of Rockcliffe - Smythe, were farmers. Smythe is named for Conn Smythe — hockey fans will likely recognize that name — who owned a gravel pit which drove industry in the area until post world war II.
If you’re interested in buying a condo in Rockcliffe - Smythe, there are only a couple of buildings to choose from: Lambton Square and Lambton Square IV Condos were built in the 70s, so floor plans are large, but finishes could be dated. Those who want Toronto condos for sale in a new building, will have to wait for Stockyards District Condos to be completed.
With a limited number of Rockcliffe – Smythe condos for sale, there isn’t a whole lot of choice, but for those who do end up here, you get a neighbourhood that balances access to nature and urban convenience — service based businesses and restaurants. Lack of a subway station could be seen as a drawback, but convenient bus routes make it easy to get around.
Nature and recreation activities round out the attractions, with Scarlett Woods Golf Course to the north, the Humber River to the west, and several parks throughout the neighbourhood offering tree-lined walking trails