Summerhill Homes/ Houses for Sale
Summerhill homes for sale range from some high end condos to many turn of the century homes that can be found on wandering, tree lines streets. Summerhill is similar to Rosedale in many ways, expect it has been seen viewed as more accessible to the downtown core.
Summerhill boundaries encompass Yonge Street and have a western boundary of Avenue Road and East to David Balfour park and its ravine. Farnham Avenue creates the northern boundary of Summerhill while the CP Rail line becomes the natural southern border of this community.
Houses for sale in Summerhill is the active cousin of Rosedale and has easy access to downtown amenities. shops, as well as having its own unique and trendy shops along the Yonge Street corridor. The subway does bisect the neighbourhood as well with much of it being at grade and open to the area. This can be a detraction to some condos along Yonge and homes on the east side of the tracks as well. Summerhill has its own named subway entrance along Yonge and provides easy access to the rest of Toronto.
Summerhill homes for sale have home values similar to Rosedale. Single family detached homes are often in excess of 2 million dollars. Condos can be had for half or less in some instances. Several revitalized commercial and condo buildings have sprung up in recent years, though the towers tend to favour the adjoining neighbourhood of Yorkville.
Houses for sale in Summerhill are often in close proximity to an abundance of parkland. David Balfour park is one such area. There are trails for walking in this park which also serves as a reservoir (covered) for the area. Trails from David Balfour Park lead down to the Brickworks – a former brick factory that is now a farmers market and serves as a year around attraction. Several condo units have been added to this area. Biking trails can be used in conjunction with these trail to connect to the Don River trails that will lead to the waterfront and beyond.
Several highly rated schools dot the area and other services can be had along the Western boundaries as well at the Yonge Street Corridors. A great family and walking areas for the young and young at heart.