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Bayview Village, Toronto, Ontario Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Most homes in Bayview Village were built after the year 2000, during its most significant construction boom. In this part of the city, the majority of dwellings are large apartment buildings, while single detached homes and townhouses make up most of the remaining housing stock. Homeowners occupy around 60% of the units in Bayview Village and 40% are rented. This neighbourhood has a good variety of housing size options, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms.  Read more about Bayview Village real estate

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Bayview Village will please property owners that appreciate a diversity of methods of transportation. This part of the city is very transit friendly. More specifically, property owners can count on Bayview Station, Leslie Station and Bessarion Station with access to the Sheppard Line. There are a few bus lines, and the closest bus stop is typically very close. Bayview Village is also a fairly pleasant part of Toronto for pedestrians; meeting day-to-day needs is easy on foot. This area is not especially suited for biking as cyclists are faced with a considerable amount of slopes, and the bicycling network is somewhat poor.


It is a rather short walk to access primary schools and daycares from anywhere in this neighbourhood. In contrast, high schools are not especially numerous and accordingly tend to require a long walk to get to. Parents benefit from public and private elementary schools. With regards to food, house buyers in Bayview Village will be pleased to learn that a grocery store is always only a reasonably short walk away. Likewise, a restaurant is usually just around the corner, and there are also a few coffee shops in this part of the city. It is also a rather short walk to a decent variety of clothing stores.


The character of Bayview Village is exemplified by its calm ambience. This area is fairly good for those who need quiet surroundings, as the streets tend to be peaceful - however noise can be bothersome closer to the railway line or Highway 401. Lastly, greenery is reasonably prominent in this part of Toronto; there are around 20 parks close by for residents to visit, like East Don Parkland and Newtonbrook Park, making it very easy to reach them. Moreover, residents will find that numerous tree-lined streets are present.