Homes for Sale Near Toronto, ON

41 - 60 of 137

$619,900

2 bed • 1 bath • 695 sqft • 2010

1070 Sheppard Avenue W Unit# 611

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 18 days

$1,999,888

7 bed • 4 bath • 2,323 sqft • --

250 Saint Clarens Avenue

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 18 days

$599,999

2 bed • 1 bath • 690 sqft • --

280 Donlands Avenue Unit# 603

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 18 days

$599,000

1 bed • 1 bath • 694 sqft • --

10 Wilby Crescent, Unit #309

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 23 days

$729,900

2 bed • 2 bath • 713 sqft • --

20 Minowan Miikan Lane Unit# 910

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 23 days

$524,900

3 bed • 1 bath • 900 sqft • 1973

20 Edgecliff Golfway Unit# 908

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 24 days

$750,000

1 bed • 2 bath • 824 sqft • 2002

36 Charlotte Street, Unit #908

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 24 days

$1,199,000

4 bed • 2 bath • 1,180 sqft • --

140 West Lodge Avenue

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 25 days

$1,830,000

0 bed • 0 bath • 0 sqft • --

348 Roselawn Avenue

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$678,888

1 bed • 1 bath • 501 sqft • --

38 Stadium Road Unit# 631

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$465,000

2 bed • 1 bath • 613 sqft • --

42 Pinery Road Unit# 22

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$699,999

3 bed • 2 bath • 801 sqft • 2022

48 Power Street Unit# 1611

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$628,888

1 bed • 1 bath • 541 sqft • 2023

130 River Street Unit# 2307

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 26 days

$788,900

3 bed • 2 bath • 1,520 sqft • 2000

31 Rivers Edge Drive

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 27 days

$798,500

2 bed • 2 bath • 970 sqft • 2013

103 The Queensway Unit# 405

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 27 days

$2,695,000

5 bed • 4 bath • 2,401 sqft • 1908

158 Symington Avenue

Toronto, Ontario

Listed 28 days

$1,450,000

-- •  • 1,385 sqft • --

954 Queen Street E

Toronto, Ontario

Listed about 1 month

$1,350,000

-- •  • 1,072 sqft • --

952 Queen Street E

Toronto, Ontario

Listed about 1 month

$885,000

2 bed • 2 bath • 990 sqft • 2016

36 Park Lawn Road Unit# 1710

Toronto, Ontario

Listed about 1 month

$599,000

1 bed • 1 bath • 500 sqft • 2012

150 Sudbury Street Unit# 613

Toronto, Ontario

Listed about 1 month

Living in Toronto

            Nestled along the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto stands as a vibrant and bustling metropolis, renowned for its diverse and inclusive community. This Canadian gem is a tapeonstry of unique neighborhoods, each offering its own charm and lifestyle. From the historic elegance of The Distillery District, with its cobblestone streets and pre-century buildings turned into trendy boutiques and art galleries, to the verdant tranquility of The Beaches, known for its boardwalk and serene lakefront – Toronto caters to a wide array of preferences and lifestyles. Iconic landmarks such as the CN Tower, one of the world's tallest free-standing structures, provide breathtaking city and lake views, making Toronto not just a place to live, but a place to thrive.

Toronto's economy is as diverse as its neighborhoods, making it a hub for various industries including finance, technology, and entertainment. This economic diversity attracts professionals from around the world, contributing to the city's dynamic and innovative atmosphere. Neighborhoods like the Financial District are bustling with professional opportunities, whereas areas such as Kensington Market showcase Toronto's cultural and artistic flair, offering an eclectic mix of vintage shops, market stalls, and international cuisine. This blend of economic stability and cultural richness makes Toronto an ideal destination for those seeking a balanced and prosperous lifestyle.

Moreover, Toronto prides itself on being one of the world's most multicultural cities, offering a welcoming community to people of all backgrounds. This cultural mosaic is reflected in the city's wide range of food, festivals, and arts. Celebrate the world in a single city with events like the Toronto International Film Festival or Caribana, the largest Caribbean festival in North America. With its renowned public transportation system, including the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) and extensive bike lanes, exploring this city's offerings becomes a seamless experience. Whether you're drawn to its economic opportunities, cultural diversity, or the beauty of its neighborhoods, Toronto is a city that invites you to call it home.