There are a variety of property types to choose from when looking for real estate in Cabbagetown. There are 2 houses, 0 townhouses, and 0 condos for sale. For past listings, search our Cabbagetown sold listings and Cabbagetown expired listings The average listing price in Cabbagetown for all home types is $1,994,000, which is 48% higher than January 2018. There are many popular neighbourhoods surrounding Cabbagetown, including Regent Park, Trefann, Moss Park, St. James Town, The Village, Gardens District, Church and Wellesley that offer a variety of home prices and unique areas to live. Cabbagetown also has many options for renters with 2 active rental listings and an average lease price of $2,698.
A neighbourhood rich with the history of Toronto’s founding families
Tucked just north of Queen Street along the eastern border of the Don River is Cabbagetown, a charming older neighbourhood rich in Toronto history. Boasting the largest collection of original Victorian architecture in North America, many of the homes found in this neighbourhood date back to the early 1900s, when Irish and European immigrants called the area home. In fact, their tendency to plant cabbages instead of grass lawns coined the neighbourhood its distinctive name.
Cabbagetown is bordered by Gerrard Street to the south, Sherbourne Street to the west, Bloor Street to the north, and by the Don River and Rosedale Valley to the east. It neighbours the residential development of St. James Town, and is considered within the same neighbourhood profile by the City of Toronto.
A diverse, forward thinking neighbourhood
Cabbagetown is home to an eclectic mix of people from a range of socio-economic backgrounds. About 12,053 people call the area home, earning an average after-tax income of $50,873. Many higher earning professionals and young families live in the area, along with lower-income individuals. These diversity is reflected in the businesses that operate in the area, from neighbourhood support systems to high end restaurants and shops. The neighbourhood is also recognized extremely inclusive and LBGT-friendly, neighbouring the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood – Toronto's Pride capital.
The majority of Cabbagetown residents are working aged (25 – 64), making up 69% of the population. While there are several schools in the area, children and youths only make up 7% and 9%, respectively.
English is the most commonly spoken language in 69% of households, followed by French (3%), as well as Spanish and Tagalog. The neighbourhoods is also home to a strong south asian community, as well as those with English, Irish, Scottish, Canadian and French roots.
Find row upon row of historic red brick Victorians, lovingly preserved.
Cabbagetown is know for its historic architecture, boasting the largest collection of Victorian houses in North America. The houses hark back to the early 1900s, as the neighbourhood reached its economic peak prior to the war. While the area became very poor in the decades following, it has been revived since the late 80s, as wealthier professionals restored, and moved into the original Victorian housing.
Quiet residential living, just steps from the downtown core
Located in Toronto's up-and-coming east end, Cabbagetown residents enjoy close access to the city's downtown core to the west, with all the charm of Leslieville to the east. Trendy restaurants, vintage shopping and visiting nearby Riverdale park are all common pasttimes.
|School Name||Fraser Institute Rankings|
|Lord Dufferin Junior Senior Public School||5.1|
|Nelson Mandela Park Public School||2.1|
|Our Lady of Lourdes||6.1|
|Rose Avenue Junior Public School||6.1|
|Rosedale Heights School of the Arts||5.0|
|St Paul Catholic School||5.6|
|Church Street Junior Public School||N/A|
|SEED Alternative School||N/A|
|Spruce Court Public School||N/A|
|Winchester Junior and Senior Public School||N/A|