Seaton Village Homes for Sale, Toronto
You’ll find Seaton Village homes for sale directly south of the very private Wychwood Park and west of the stylish Annex (even earning the nickname “West Annex “in certain contexts). But unlike its more posh neighbours, Seaton Village maintains a relatively affordable (at least, for the time being), family-oriented atmosphere perfect for new families with young children. Its central location in Midtown Toronto seemingly contradicts Seaton Village’s ability to maintain its small town or village feel, especially considering its placement relative to some of the city’s busiest districts.
The exciting and diverse Koreatown district serves as the go-to place for ethnic food varieties and as the neighbourhood’s southern border along the busy Bloor St West, while Vermont Square Park (along with St. Alban’s Boys & Girls Club) at the heart of Seaton Village serves as the community’s focal point.
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Being one of Toronto’s oldest areas gives Seaton Village an extra ounce of charm that’s attracting more and more people to the neighbourhood. There’s a scattering of Victorian housing in the neighbourhood, but unlike the neighbouring Annex, these homes are on average smaller and less expensive. These homes for sale in Seaton Village are neatly laid out on a rectangular grid area, along quiet, mature tree-lined streets. Many of these homes that date back to Seaton Village’s earlier days are of solid brick construction or have brick facades, and you’ll often see semi-detached single-family homes while walking around the neighbourhood. Because of the new developments attracting people from all over the city, expect to see more condos for sale in Seaton Village in the foreseeable future.
Seaton Village, Toronto: Koreatown
Koreatown is one of Toronto’s most vibrant districts, and one of the things that make the city so diverse. Seaton Village homeowners can simply walk down the neighbourhood and head south towards Bloor St West to sample some delicious authentic Korean fare in restaurants and bakeries and maybe sing some karaoke with friends afterwards There are plenty of independent retail businesses and services along this stretch of Bloor as well, including one of Toronto’s most famous landmarks, Honest Ed’s discount store.
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