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The Vibe

Residents and tourists enjoy the warm atmosphere of Palmerston-Little Italy. It’s the type of neighbourhood where the locals at the café, know your name. Young urbanites looking to check out the cool and trendy bars flock to College and Bloor for excitement while in the residential area, it still remains peaceful and quiet.

The Story

Palmerston-Little Italy is a neighbourhood in Central Toronto with Bathurst St. to the east, Bloor St. to the north, Dovercourt Road to the north and College St. to the south. In the 1900s, it was home to some very prominent people. With its gates and elaborate street posts, this area has always been and still is revered. The area is primarily residential and features semi-detached homes, row houses and Victorian style homes from the early to mid-1900s. Bloor St. is a haven to some upscale boutiques and stores which makes shopping delightful. Although Little Italy is a mosaic of different ethnicities, it’s still very much Italian. On College St. is where you will find a colourful commercial strip of Italian owned shops called Little Italy. Quiet streets lined with towering trees, gates and ornate lamp posts, gives Palmerston real estate a very stately and historic feel. If a modern style home is more of what you’re looking for, you can be sure to find new condominiums, lofts and townhomes along College St.

The Convenience

Little Italy is home to some of the best bars in Toronto. You can be sure to find trattorias, cafes, trendy restaurants and outdoor patios where locals sip on espressos. The options are endless as this area has a variety of different attractions and amenities to enjoy. There is a big social aspect that goes along with living in Little Italy. Whether your people watching on a bench, strolling in and out of billiards halls and family-owned trattorias, you will always hear the laughter and boisterous conversations of the people around you. Be sure to check out the well-known trattoria, Café Diplomatico, also known as “The Dip”. Grab a bite of the savoury Italian dishes and for the coffee connoisseur, you can indulge yourself in the best coffee across the grid! Be sure to dress to impress as The Dip is a filmmaker’s dream, as many movies have been filmed there. On the weekends, you can enjoy Bickford Park which offers a great escape with its hilly terrain, perfect for tobogganing in the winter. Many dog parks can be found, baseball diamonds and bocce ball courts. If the outdoors and social attractions are not your thing, you can always browse an array of shops along the College and Bloor line, where you can surely find antiques and upscale shipping galore! The bus and streetcar make getting to and from this area very convenient, but have your walking shoes handy, as you won’t want to miss out on the street festivities. The neighbourhood is very cyclist friendly, as there are dedicated bike lanes for those wanting to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.

The Residents

There is a strong Italian presence within Little Italy-Palmerston real estate. The sense of community and social aspect that this area provides, is perfect for the every day socialite.

The Best Part

Palmerston real estate attracts people wanting to enjoy life, to socialize with one another, to know that they can easily walk down the street to the bar and guaranteed everyone knows your name. Live, laugh and love the neighbourhood that cares!

Are you thinking about calling Palmerston-Little Italy your new home?

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