What Makes Cabbagetown So Great?

Cabbagetown is one of Toronto’s most exceptional neighbourhoods. The exquisite century homes have an architecture that predates nearly all of Toronto’s neighbourhoods. Add in the tree-lined streets and the fact that Cabbagetown is tucked away from most of the main transportation arteries of Toronto’s downtown core, and you have a preserved historic ‘hood that’s the envy of many Toronto residents.

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Cabbagetown homes have an incredible balance of charming architecture and tastefully modernized elements. It’s rare to walk into a home that doesn’t make you swoon. The mix of homeowners ranges from successful business people to the who’s-who of the creative arts. A wonderful neighbourhood!

You Should See

Riverdale Farm is a unique piece of country life tucked away in Cabbagetown. It’s a true hidden gem in downtown Toronto — you would be hard-pressed to find a better escape from city life with the kids. It’s a magical farm with many different animals and a great reminder of what Toronto was like not that long ago. Pretty incredible to think that our bustling city was once forests and farmland!

Neighbourhood Hotspots

Our favourite restaurant is the neighbours’ go-to as well, House On Parliament. It’s an excellent spot to grab a global beer and enjoy the definition of gastropub food! Daniel et Daniel is the number one place to grab some pre-made meals at curbside or on the go. We’ve used their catering department for our agent open houses many times over the years, too. Jet Fuel serves a bean that gives your system a jolt like only jet fuel could do! It’s a character-filled coffee shop that was hip way before the independent neighbourhood cafe became a thing in Toronto.

Getting Around

Cabbagetown is tucked away but also very accessible for those who live there and those in the know. You’ll be able to run errands on foot, with plenty of independent shops and grocery stores around. Castle Frank and Sherbourne Station are at the north end of the neighbourhood for TTC access, while the DVP is just to the east if you’re travelling out of the area.


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