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An enclave of distinct Victorian homes where façades
rich in heritage and architecture abound.

Welcome to the Neighbourhood


Cabbagetown is a well established district located to the East of Toronto´s downtown core.  Its picturesque, tree lined streets, nestle an enclave of distinct Victorian homes where façades rich in heritage and architecture abound. 

Here, a well balanced array of turn of the century coach houses, row houses, semi-detached and stately detached houses blend together, and serve as the centrepiece for the neighbourhood.  Due to its historic and cultural significance, Cabbagetown is a protected heritage neighbourhood, with a handful of homes having specific heritage designations themselves.

A strong sense of community highlights Cabbagetown`s appeal to its current residents and entice those looking to move into the area. It is frequent to see those out for an early morning run, groups gearing up for an outdoor yoga session, kids enjoying themselves in the wading pool during warm summer days and dogs being taken out for a walk through the trails. As a backdrop, extensive parks with mature landscapes and wooded ravine trails fill the area with greenery and provide open spaces in which to actively share. Unique to the neighbourhood is The Riverdale Farm, a unique 7.5 acre working farm which families enjoy visiting.

Cabbagetown also hosts several events of interest throughout the year. These include the Forsythia Festival in May, the Cabbagetown Festival and The Cabbagetown Arts and Craft Festival which overlap in September. An array of local shops and specialized vendors provide the area with multiple options that cater to every need. Several restaurants and coffee shops complement the neighbourhood experience with their unique offerings and serve as meeting places for visitors and local residents alike. reflects our pursuit to curate and properly portray our Cabbagetown District in its most memorable light.  Follow our journey and discover how Cabbagetown’s rich history and modern lifestyles timelessly blend together, making it one of Toronto’s most coveted neighbourhoods.

Live Harmoniously


Cabbagetown offers a harmonious lifestyle that honors its past while embracing the present, making it a special place to call home in Toronto. Deeply rooted in history, community, and urban living, residents often inhabit historic homes full of character and architectural details.

The neighborhood’s streets are adorned with mature trees, creating a serene atmosphere perfect for leisurely walks,
jogging, or cycling, while also offering access to unique boutiques, vintage stores, and cozy cafes, promoting a love
for supporting local businesses.

Its strong sense of community, where neighbors often know each other, and various community events and initiatives that foster a sense of togetherness happen all year round, make living in this neighborhood, a once in a lifetime experience. 

Residents have access to beautiful green spaces, including Riverdale Park, where outdoor activities and picnics are a common pastime, as well as recreational facilities, making it an ideal place to raise children.

Cabbagetown’s community is diverse and inclusive, creating a rich tapestry of cultures and perspectives, and while embracing its historical charm, Cabbagetown offers the convenience of urban living with easy access to downtown Toronto’s amenities, job opportunities, and cultural attractions.

Welcome to Cabbagetown


  • Its historic architecture and historic significance with a wealth of beautifully preserved Victorian and Edwardian homes.
  • The tree-lined streets particularly in the spring and the fall making it one of the loveliest places to take a leisurely stroll and enjoy the changing seasons.
  • The variety of local cafes, bistros and restaurants serving everything from brunch to international cuisine.
  • The unique shopping experience with a variety of independent and boutique shops, offering a range of specialty products, antiques, and unique finds.
  • Riverdale Farm. A picturesque farm that offers visitors a taste of rural life in the heart of our amazing city. 
  • The annual events including the Cabbagetown Festival, Art & Craft, Forsythia Festival, Tour of Homes, and the strong sense of community that fosters a tight-knit and friendly atmosphere.

What To Do In Cabbagetown


Whether you’re interested in architecture, culture, nature, or simply enjoying a leisurely day
in a picturesque setting, Cabbagetown has something to offer everyone.

Cabbagetown, one of Toronto’s most charming and historic neighborhoods renowned for its stunning Victorian and Edwardian architecture, offers a delightful mix of activities and attractions for residents and visitors alike. A variety of specialty stores, antique shops, and boutiques offering everything from handmade crafts to vintage treasures is one of its best kept secrets: Shop unique jewelry, or kitchen and pantry essentials at Labour of Love, live your best life through colour and design at Kendall & Co, or immerse yourself in the beauty of previous eras at Green’s Antiques. Indulge in the tastes of local and international cuisine. From Italy to Japan, and passing through Thailand, an array of cozy brunch spots and fine dining restaurants is there to satisfy every palate: Come experience the best Sicilian cuisine at Dova, surprise your taste buds with some Japanese street food at Gushi, treat yourself to some Mexican delights at Luis H., or feel relaxed and comforted at Stout Irish Pub, House on Parliament or Salt & Tobacco Pizzeria.  Most importantly: don’t forget your camera!! You’ll want to capture the intricate details and unique character of each house while exploring this neighbourhood. 


Total population: 11,669


MALE: 45.6%

FEMALE: 44.4% 

Private households: 6,440



OR HIGHER: 55.9%

(vs. Toronto 41.1%)


INCOME: $103,333 

(vs.Toronto $82,859)



PRICE: $1,638,70


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