Roncy’s eclectic mix of architecture spans 150 years, from red brick Victorian homes, built in the late 19th Century, to early- and mid-20th Century houses, to 21st Century townhomes, loft conversions and low-rise condo developments.
Roncesvalles Village, also known as Roncy, is a vibrant, family neighbourhood centred on Roncesvalles Avenue, east of High Park, and bounded by Bloor St. W., to the north, and Queen St. W., to the south. Originally settled by British immigrants in the mid-1800s, Roncy was more recently known more for its Polish heritage: a result of immigration from Eastern Europe after World War II. It truly has the feeling of a small village.
Roncesvalles Village is highly walkable, with a variety of shops, eateries, and other businesses along Roncesvalles Ave. It is also well served by public transit, including a streetcar that connects residents with the Bloor subway line, and King St. and the downtown core. Neighbourhood residents enjoy the recreational opportunities of nearby High Park, as well as the lakefront, with its walking and cycling trails.
With material from Your Guide to Toronto Neighbourhoods, by David Dunkelman
|Market Trends||Q1 2017||Q1 2016|
|Average Price DETACHED||$1,211,167||$1,116,300|
|Average Price Semi||$1,322,589||$988,901|
|Average Price Townhouse||$1,014,375||$773,750|
|Average Price Condo||$630,300||$552,748|