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Roncesvalles Condos For Sale

Roncesvalles has become somewhat of a hot spot for the next generation looking to live in, or near the downtown core of Toronto. Historically Roncesvalles has been home to a pretty dominant European, specifically Polish demographic which still holds a very heavy presence in the small neighborhood. Unofficially, we can consider Roncesvalles to be east of High Park, south of Bloor, north of Lake Ontario and west of Lansdowne. There is a noticeably European ambience and small-town feel here, boasting churches, parks, small shops, and statues including one of Pope John Paul II. The Roncesvalles neighbourhood is popular with young families who appreciate the convenience of the location just west of downtown. Roncesvalles is filled with many Edwardian style homes on tree lined streets, and also offers plenty of premium loft style conversion buildings for sale. For the most part, the Roncesvalles condos for sale you will find will be lofts and low-rise buildings, with future development plans to integrate some taller more urban-centric style buildings. 

30 years ago you would find nearly all shops, restaurants, services, banks and so on were heavily tailored towards Polish culture. Although there still is a very prominent and deep rooted Polish community, the neighborhood has evolved and grown to be more diverse. You’ll find many pubs, cafes, and restaurants now offer a more international menu and include many local choices as well. Roncesvalles became a very sought after neighborhood due to the classic style of detached homes, access to downtown, High Park, the waterfront and so on.  


Living in a Roncesvalles Condo

Finding a condo to live in here has been quite competitive over the past years. As future planning continues to develop and service the urban demand to live here, the selection of buildings is somewhat limited when compared to other neighborhoods of Toronto. Much like its neighboring community of High Park, residents in Roncesvalles enjoy the same connectivity with nature and the outdoors. One major difference here is how much closer to the water it is here. When looking at Roncesvalles condos for sale you’ll likely be closer to Queen street than you will be to Bloor, and this could be a benefit for those looking to work downtown with highway access, and streetcar commutes being that much shorter. Finding your Roncesvalles condo will also be a unique experience as most of the current sales take place in very unique hard and soft lofts.


Notable Roncesvalles Condos For Sale include:


Feather Factory Lofts – 2154 Dundas Street West

Noble Court Lofts – 24 Noble Street

High Park Lofts – 433 Roncesvalles Avenue

Sorauren Lofts – 347 Sorauren Avenue

Robert Watson Lofts – 363 Sorauren Avenue

383 Sorauren Avenue – 393 Sorauren Avenue

The 23 At Baby Point – 441 Jane Street

The Brock Lofts – 27 Brock Avenue

Roncesvalles Lofts – 25 Ritchie Avenue

Volta Lofts – 588 Annette Street

Howard Park Residences – 36 Howard Park Avenue

Once you’re situated in one of these amazing buildings, you’ll be ready to explore and discover the fine cuisines and shops that helped shape and create such a desire for living within this Toronto neighbourhood.


Things To Do Near Your Roncesvalles Condo

Roncy Rocks is a fantastic event put on to exhibit local artists, entrepreneurs and other inspired community leaders.  Roncy Rocks celebrates the spirit of its people by showcasing accomplished and rising local talent along Roncesvalles Avenue on a warm day in June!

Visit The Revue Cinema – a community run cinema helping to raise funds or bring awareness to various social causes. The Revue opened in 1912, making it the oldest operating cinema in Toronto.

Enjoy the fantastic cottage inspired patio at neighborhood staple Loons Pub. A fantastic social pub with an outstanding English pub style menu.

Roncesvalles Village is the premier spot to visit, indulge, and explore what will become your favorite shops, stores, cafes and so on. It is imperative when searching for Roncesvalle condos for sale to visit and familiarize yourself with the sops and neighborhood!

Some of the best BBQ in the city at Barque BBQ!

Perhaps one of the most intriguing annual events is the Polish Festival. Every September the streets shut down, and shops set up. Traditional Polish dancers, favorite entrees, deserts and of course vodka pours into the streets for this fantastic two day festival. 


Roncesvalles Condo Culture

The condo culture in Roncesvalles is nothing like other parts of the city. Here you will be living in sophisticated lofts within a very family orientated neighborhood. An abundance of restaurants, shops, banks, churches as well as mature trees and parks surround this neighborhood & add to the prestige of this historic area. The desire to live here goes beyond affordability and convenience, it is a culture and dream area for many of the residents. Those who grew up in surrounding areas, or visited frequently throughout their childhood may have the desire or past connection to live here, and the exclusivity plays in part to the pride that you can feel when living here. Roncesvalles is not for everyone and that is fine, but for those who look for the peaceful, Euro-inspired lifestyle will find enjoyment in their condo loft here!   Finding the perfect Roncesvalles condos for sale is not the easiest thing to do, but anything worth having usually takes a lot of work!