Danforth East: A Village in A City

City Living, Real Estate, The Danforth

At Urbaneer, we’re kind of real estate matchmakers in a sense; we strive to determine exactly what will delight our clients most when they select not only where they will live, but how they will live. It is this intuition and keen understanding of ‘needs’ and ‘wants’ that make us successful (and fulfilled!) realtors! After all, just as your homeownership experience will spread far beyond the walls of your new Dream Home, the neighbourhood and community that you reside in will filter back through those same walls and permeate all aspects of your daily life.

Bosley Real Estate, whom we are a proud division of, has just debuted another neighbourhood video to add to their stellar collection. These videos provide valuable real estate and amenity information to those seeking to buy in Toronto, and are of great assistance in deciding which pocket of our city would best suit them. In fact, we love them so much that we use them to enrich our own comprehensive Neighbourhood Pages!

Danforth East is a neighbourhood that is tantalizingly in the throes of rebirth, which means opportunity abounds. This neighbourhood – which spans The Danforth, with the beloved neighbourhood of East York to the north and Gerrard/Coxwell and The Beaches to the south – is well-suited to family life thanks to the abundance of parks and family-friendly amenities and activities in the area, as well as the wealth of quiet, tree-lined streets, branching from the main drag.

Here’s a flavour video on the fantastic, family-friendly ‘hood of Danforth East!

 

 

The video above is part of our Danforth Neighbourhood Page which includes recent census data and area amenity blogs!

 

Looking to live here? 

Here’s an adorable one bedroom lease in East York – just 10 minute walk north of Danforth East! –> A Unique Urban Rental In East York! The Lower Suite at 703 Sammon Avenue offers over 450 square feet clean and crisp living space, is renovated with high-end finishes, and has been kept in immaculate condition!! NOW LEASED!

 

 

Also take a peek at these two other fab family homes we sold nearby! We call them A Sundrenched Townhome Near Danforth & Coxwell and Classic Character On Keystone Avenue Near Danforth And Woodbine!

 


 

Real estate is a multi-faceted experience that involves engagement on sensory, intellectual and emotional levels. In fact, those are some of the reasons why we are such fans of multimedia, especially as it relates to creating an understanding of neighbourhood atmosphere or providing a snapshot of what life would be like as a member of a given community.

Toronto, as you know, is a city of neighbourhoods, where there is a patchwork of lifestyle, options and unique amenities. Part of our service at Urbaneer is an understanding of what makes each of these neighbourhoods tick, and what amenities might be most appealing to a particular homeowner. Can we help you decide which neighbourhood might be best for you?

With decades of experience navigating the highs and lows of our market, and our commitment to remain acutely aware of shifts and trends, we’re here to help! All without pressure or hassle. May we be of assistance to you, or someone you love? Please know we’re here to help!

 

~ The Urbaneer Team

Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage – (416) 322-8000

– we’re here to earn your trust, then your business –

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