Roncesvalles Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Roncesvalles - West End

Roncesvalles, also known as Roncesvalles Village or "Roncy" as per the locals, is a residential neighbourhood in Toronto. This neighbourhood is located on Roncesvalles Avenue, a 1.5-kilometre long, north-south running roadway leading from the junction of King and Queen Streets to the south, just a little north to Dundas Street West.

  •   AgeOld
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesDufferin Mall
  •   Commute10 mins DT
  •   IncomeUpper Mid


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This Stunning, City Of Toronto Approved, Legal 4 Unit Property, Is Redefining The Term ""roncesvalles Beauty"". Completely Built To Code With Permits, This Property Is The Perfect Investment For Generations To Come. Easy To Rent, Aaa Tenants And Delivering A 4 - 4.5% Cap ... Read More »

121 Sorauren Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 5 Beds
  • 5 Baths

MLS® #W5354924



Brick Detached 2 1/2 Storey Building With Wide Drive & Paved Parking Lot At Rear. There Are 8 Single Rooms & 9 Double (layer) Rooms On 3rd Floor. There Is A 4-piece Washroom On Each Floor And 1 1/2 Washroom In The Basement. Basement Also Has A Kitchen & Rec Room. Sell ""a... Read More »

26 Callender Street

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 4 Baths

MLS® #W5405412



A Rare 5 Unit Building In One Of The Best Neighbourhoods In Toronto-roncesvalles Village! 3x2bedroom Units Fully Tenanted And 2 Vacant Open Concept Units Renovated With Designer Finishes. Ronces Is A Renters Paradise. Situated W/in Both West Parkdale And Ronces Village. C... Read More »

77 1/2 Wright Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 8 Beds
  • 5 Baths

MLS® #W5427321



Calling Builders, Contractors And Hgtv Buffs! Imagine Creating Your Own Dream Space Just Steps From The Action On Roncy? Solid Detached Brick Home On Large South Facing Lot, Beautiful Original Pocket Doors, Fireplace And Stained Glass. Large Principal Rooms Filled W/natur... Read More »

101 Galley Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #W5465700



Welcome To This Spacious Victorian Century Home With Abundant Charm And Character Within Historic Roncy Village. Easily Convert This Back To A Single-family Home Featuring Stain Glass Windows, Hardwood Floors, Deep Baseboards, 9'8"" Ceilings On The Main Level. Great Ameni... Read More »

42 Pearson Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 4 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #W5469625



Victorian Row Hse In Trendy Roncesvalles Neighbourhood. Classic Architecture Stretching 3 Full Storeys Abve Grde. High Ceilings. Much Lrgr Than It Apprs! Main Flr Plan W/ Rear Family Rm Complete With W/o To Brand New Deck. 2nd Flr Has 3 Beds + Full Bath & 3rd Flr Will Mak... Read More »

32 Fuller Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 6 Beds
  • 4 Baths

MLS® #W5475588



The Authentic Hard Loft You've Been Waiting For Is Here! This Exceptional 954 Sq Ft Well Located Space Comes W/its Very Own 170 Sq Ft Private Garden W/direct Access To Sorauren Park & Its Soon To Be Built Community Centre. Deliciously Bright & Airy W/an Almost 15' High... Read More »

#117 -347 Sorauren Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 1 Beds
  • 1 Baths

MLS® #W5475396

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#108 -27 Brock Avenue Toronto Ontario M6K2K9 Roncesvalles Details
#108 -27 Brock Avenue Toronto Ontario M6K2K9 Roncesvalles Details
#108 -27 Brock Avenue Toronto Ontario M6K2K9 Roncesvalles Details
#108 -27 Brock Avenue Toronto Ontario M6K2K9 Roncesvalles Details



Welcome To The Brock Lofts. This Former Refrigerator Factory Conversion Features Exposed Brick Along With Gorgeous Post And Beam Construction. Containing Only 24 Units And Set Among The Treelined Streets Of One Of Toronto's Most Desirable Neighbourhoods, This Is Loft Liv... Read More »

#108 -27 Brock Avenue

Roncesvalles, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 2 Beds
  • 1 Baths

MLS® #W5406813

Roncesvalles Real Estate Overview

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Roncesvalles sits to the east of High Park, north of the pristine Lake Ontario. Its boundaries are Bloor Street West to the north, Lake Ontario/Queen Street West to the south, Lansdowne Avenue/rail corridor to the east, and High Park to the west. It provides residents with a wide variety of real estate options to fit any budget.

The area was initially known as "Howard Park." Much of this community was officially within the Parkdale and Brockton (former) villages and was amalgamated with Toronto in the 1880s.

Roncevalles, as we see today, started showing signs of development after the street-car came to this neighbourhood in the early 1900s. As it is today, the community has been family-centred from the very beginning. The industries in the vicinity provided employment opportunities to the many British immigrants who settled here. The St.Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church is a crucial landmark of the Roncesvalles as it was the spiritual centre of the original residents.

After the Second World War, the neighbourhood saw an influx of Eastern Europeans, predominantly from Poland. They built St.Casimir's, which served as a private church for the Polish community.

Today, Roncesvalles is a charming community with a young professional character and boasts a culture that nurtures families.

Who Lives in Roncesvalles Homes

It's the European ambience and small-town feel that attracts a diverse population to Roncesvalles. The neighbourhood continues to have a close-knit feel. Today, the area is home to millennials, young families, couples, and senior citizens who have moved here for employment or have been living here for years now.

Roncesvalles Homes Are Perfect For

This neighbourhood is popular with young families who appreciate the convenience of the location just west of downtown. With easy access to Toronto's public transit, waterfront bicycle and walking trails, and High Park, Roncesvalles is perfect for anyone looking for a well-developed, vibrant community to call their home.

Roncesvalles Homes Are Not So Perfect For

The developments that have taken place in Roncesvalles are fantastic, but their downside is the creation of noise. With major roadways connecting the central city with employment centres here, the neighbourhood can sometimes become quite busy. So it isn't the best choice for those looking for a quiet living space.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Roncesvalles

The convenient location close to downtown Toronto and the presence of several amenities in or close to the neighbourhood are reasons enough for homebuyers to covet a property here.

Roncesvalles has a tranquil ambience and a warm sense of community, as seen from the chatter of small voices and families sharing joyful moments with each other. Souraren Park, which is a community hot spot, has several activities for people of all ages, likings and abilities. There's an outdoor skating rink, which offers a share of fun in the winter. The neighbourhood is filled with ample green spaces, with great amenities like; soccer pitches, baseball diamonds and tennis courts.

High Park, located to its west, is where residents often go to enjoy the great outdoors. There are plenty of trees and green spaces, a children's garden and a zoo.

Residents of Roncesvalles can find all the necessities they need to nurture their families. For kids, Roncesvalles has excellent elementary and high schools offering lessons in both English and French. Garden Avenue Junior Public School, Fern Avenue Public School, Howard Junior Public School and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Elementary School are the educational institutes catering to the academic and extra-curricular needs of children in Roncesvalles. There are libraries, churches, day-care centres, and outdoor pools too.

Some of Toronto's most popular eateries like Hopgood's Foodliner, Cafe Polonez, Barque Smokehouse, and The Westerly are located in Roncesvalles. Residents often visit these places for evenings out with family and friends.

St. Joseph's Health Centre is located at the intersection of the Queensway and Sunnyside and has been catering to people's healthcare needs since the 1840s. There are plenty of stores along Roncesvalles Avenue where they can spend an entire day, either making small-to-big budget purchases or window shopping.

Roncesvalles Real Estate Market

The Roncesvalles neighbourhood is filled with beautiful turn-of-the-century homes that have fine architectural details. Most houses have cozy front porches and well-manicured gardens. A canopy of lush and mature trees covers a well-paved streetscape. Most of the homes for sale in Roncesvalles' are either attached or semi-detached, with a few detached houses peppered on the landscape. Garages are tucked away at the rear- something that brings the focus on other aesthetic elements of their façades.

One reason why Toronto homebuyers so avidly demand Roncesvalles homes is that the neighbourhood's well-maintained units from the Victorian and Edwardian eras are undergoing a significant revitalization. As such, it's not uncommon to see a new generation of homebuyers buying a property here, especially those who love the charm and appeal of these older homes.

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