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Roncesvalles Village Condos For Sale

The lively condo neighbourhood of Roncesvalles Village in Toronto has many great buildings to choose from with a total of 10 condo buildings. Condo development in this neighbourhood has been thriving with 5 Mid-Rise, 1 Pre-Construction, 7 Loft, 5 Low-Rise, and 1 Luxury. The condos for sale in Roncesvalles Village include outstanding amenities. Condos for sale in Roncesvalles Village spend an average of 12 days on market. There were 88 condos sold in Roncesvalles Village in 2020. Roncesvalles Village saw an increase in the number of condos sold by 193% compared to the year before. Condos for sale in Roncesvalles Village had an average sale price of $$795,801 last year, an increase of 0% from the prior year. This neighbourhood is Very Walkable with a walk score of 73. a Rider's Paradise is available in Roncesvalles Village. This neighbourhood is a Biker's Paradise with a bike score of 100. Brockton Village and Dundas West are nearby neighbourhoods.

Roncesvalles Village has many popular bakeries including Mabel's Bakery & Specialty Foods, Benna's Bakery & Deli, and Hot Oven Bakery. A fresh cup of java or tea is never hard to find with Sunny Joe's Cafe and Reunion Coffee Roasters in the hood. There is cuisine from all over the world available at The Mercantile. Foodies won't be disappointed by the presence of excellent local restaurants Cafe Polonez and The Ace. Do you love to be outside? There are great parks in Roncesvalles Village such as Peace GARDEN, Charles G. Williams Park, and Sorauren Avenue Park. Roncesvalles Village Datu's Pharmacy and Loblaws are a short walk away as well. Little Free Library is a shopping center in Roncesvalles Village that has something for everyone. Roncesvalles Village has many local events taking place with kikospace, Christopher Cutts Gallery and Olga Korper Gallery catering to the arts scene. If you're a health and fitness fanatic, hopefully you are living in a condo building with a great gym. If not ALIGN physical rehab is a super popular fitness center with locals. Animal enthusiasts, good news Wholesome Canine is in Roncesvalles Village. The local schools in Roncesvalles Village is St Vincent de Paul Catholic School.

What to Expect

The strollers are out in Roncesvalles. If Canada is having a baby boom, the evidence will be here. This residential community of single detached homes is flanked by a packed pedestrian commercial strip on Roncesvalles ave. There is strollertraffic on the sidewalks but clever businesses are tuned in. There are ramps into every store and retailers are focused on pleasing both the kids and their parents. There are good public schools in the catchment and a wonderful park on Sorauren, where there is a year round Farmer's Market. The amenities and daily services are abundant on the strip. On the residential side there are beautiful, older single and semi detached houses with lawns and backyards. TTC access is easy and frequent. 


The number of strollers visible on the street should be evidence, but the numbers are there to prove it as well. There are nearly 7% more young children under the age of 14 in this area than the city average. The area is growing in population density as well, nearly 4% from 2006 to 2011. There are more working age individuals here and far fewer seniors, a full 25% fewer. Although, just one neighborhood over, on the west side of Roncesvalles, there are many more than average. The seniors that do live in the area favor living with family members. The single detached houses are beautiful, and highly sought after, but the density of the neighborhood is made up by the single residents in the low rise buildings that line Roncesvalles and Queen st. There are new builds in the area increasing the number of high rise building units and upping the density. Most people are speaking English, even at home but there are many Polish and Hungarian speakers in the neighborhood. The average income falls just below the city average at around $64,000 and the number of low income families is on par with the average for Toronto.


There is incentive to get an early start if you live in Roncesvalles. They take coffee very seriously around there. You can find indie coffee shops and the big chains  These are also a great place to take in the emerging local art scene on the west side. Most often they are dishing up homemade baked goods as well. It won’t be the only meal of the day you can grab on the go. There are tons of restaurants to choose from. Polish, family style restaurants still have their place among the new generation of BBQ joints and gourmet pizza outlets. This is also a strip that cherishes a good pub and there are many to choose from. With a few more antiques shops thrown in, the same can be said for the Queen st side of the neighborhood. There are a nice mix of retailers and service outlets with banks, cleaners and bicycle repair shops. Fitness in the area tends towards yoga classes and Mommy and Me, but there is a twenty four hour gym too. Outdoor recreation is  easy to find on the Lakeshore waterfront trail and at Sorauren Park. It has a soccer league for the little ones and a pitch for older players. There is a dog park and an event square where the weekly farmers market is held. It is a huge draw for the neighborhood and there are vendors year round, with double the amount in summer.

What you'll love

Love it if you're big or little. The evolving retailers really are tuned in to offering something for all of the members of this community. it’s also a great public school catchment so parents and kids will be happy. TTC. It can’t be said enough, there is a stop for the subway at Dundas W. There is the Dundas car, the College car, the Queen car and the Roncesvalles car is actually the King St. car. You’re covered for transportation.