The Annex and Seaton Village’s real estate and prime location attracts everyone from students and academics to families, with good reason.
This neighbourhood has everything you’ll need, from great parks, grocery stores and schools, as well as abundant TTC stations and stops to get you throughout the city.
This neighbourhood is sandwiched between Christie Pits and Yorkville, with some of Toronto’s most eclectic neighbourhoods like Kensington Market and Little Italy a short walk away.
THE REAL ESTATE
When it comes to The Annex/Seaton Village real estate, it’s all about historic charm and character. Side streets are lined with towering maple trees, providing a beautiful back-drop for the classic architecture of the Victorian-style homes. Many of them are divided into rental apartments, offering a more affordable way for residents to claim a piece of the highly coveted Annex/Seaton Village real estate.
WHERE TO RELAX
The Annex/Seaton Village is home to plenty of parks of all sizes, with Vermont Square, Jean Sibelius Square and Christie Pits Park offering family (and dog) friendly playgrounds and tons of space for picnics, relaxation, and play.
WHERE TO EAT
Neighbourhood restaurants, cafes, and bars offer an eclectic selection of multicultural fare to choose from. For a classic weekend brunch, you can’t go wrong with Insomnia Restaurant and Lounge, where you can have your pick of multiple eggs Benedict flavours and their famous home fries or, to Universal Grill, whose heuvos rancheros is among the best in the city. Be sure to get there early or prepare to wait for a table as these local favourites tend to fill up quickly.
WHERE TO SHOP
Need a new book to read while you lounge in the park? Head over to BMV Books on Bloor Street. It’s a fantastic place to get lost in, with three floors of affordably priced books, DVDs and CDs.