Bedford Park-Nortown Real Estate

Homes For Sale In Bedford Park-Nortown

Bedford Park-Nortown is a quiet community in Toronto, Ontario known for its mature trees, great schools, and nice parks. If you’re looking for a new place to call home, the Bedford Park-Nortown area is an excellent choice. Since you’re looking at homes for sale in Bedford Park-Nortown, we thought you might enjoy learning about the neighbourhood. Read more about Bedford Park-Nortown below to find out what makes this community an attractive place to live. Read More

$125,000
Active Listing
Business Opportunity For Sale
500
sqft
1851 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON M5M3Z4
Listing courtesy of: HOMELIFE FRONTIER REALTY INC.
$49,000
Active Listing
Business Opportunity For Sale
400
sqft
1763 Avenue Road #A
Toronto, ON M5M3Y8
Listing courtesy of: BAY STREET GROUP INC.
$3,490,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
5
beds
6
baths
168 Haddington
Toronto, ON M5M2P6
Listing courtesy of: SAGE REAL ESTATE LIMITED
$3,999,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
5
beds
6
baths
578 Deloraine
Toronto, ON M5M2C4
Listing courtesy of: FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE INC.
$3,070,000
Active Listing
Condo For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1700 Avenue Road #306
Toronto, ON M5M0B3
Listing courtesy of: TFN REALTY INC.
$2,390,000
Active Listing
Condo For Sale
2
beds
3
baths
1700 Avenue Road #605
Toronto, ON M5M3Y4
Listing courtesy of: TFN REALTY INC.
$2,965,000
Active Listing
Condo For Sale
3
beds
3
baths
1700 Avenue Road #Th3
Toronto, ON M5M0B3
Listing courtesy of: TFN REALTY INC.
$148,800
Active Listing
Business Opportunity For Sale
2
baths
900
sqft
1931 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON M5M4A2
Listing courtesy of: RIGHT AT HOME REALTY INC.

More about Bedford Park-Nortown Real Estate

Bedford Park-Nortown began as a crossroads stop for farmers on their way to the market in the city. It’s speculated the neighbourhood was named after the Bedford Park Hotel that opened in 1873, where Patisserie Sebastien is now located. Eventually, Bedford Park merged with Eglinton and Davisville to be incorporated as North Toronto.

Bedford Park-Nortown started as a modest hamlet. Middle-class housing development occurred from 1890 to 1940. Most homes built in Bedford Park-Nortown consisted of semi-detached and mid-sized detached homes. You’ll find many of these homes still standing today. It’s common to find they’ve been restored or renovated to be retrofitted with modern conveniences.

Bedford Park-Nortown Schools

There are two main languages spoken in Toronto, Ontario: English and French. Because of this, there are French and English-speaking schools available to Bedford Park residents.

The Toronto District School Board and Toronto Catholic District School Board operate schools in Bedford Park-Nortown. The schools serving in Bedford Park-Nortown are:

  • John Wanless Junior Public School (GR. JK-06)
  • Bedford Park Public School (GR. JK-08)
  • Blessed Sacrament Catholic School (Kindergarten to Grade 8)

Both Conseil scholaire Viamonde and Conseil scholaire catholique MonAvenir provide French-speaking public schools for the people of Bedford Park-Nortown, though neither has a school in the neighbourhood.

Bedford Park-Nortown Amenities

Bedford Park-Nortown is a small community and relies on Toronto for most of its amenities. Bedford Park-Nortown still offers its residents a few conveniences close to home, such as parks, shopping, restaurants, and a medical centre.

Recreation

The footprint of Bedford Park-Nortown isn’t very big, but it still manages to have a decent park worth visiting.

The Woburn Avenue Playground is located at 75 Woburn Avenue and is covered in a canopy of grown trees. It’s the perfect place for playdates, picnics, or just to let children burn off some energy. The park even has a wading pool for kids to splash around in during the summer months.

Shopping and Dining

There aren’t a lot of shops, but there are a few small stores along Avenue Road, Lawrence Avenue, and Younge Street. Just outside of Bedford Park-Nortown is the Locke Branch of the Toronto Public Library. You can also find quick access to medical care at the Lawrence Park Medical Centre on Younge Street.

Public Transit

Toronto’s transit system reaches Bedford Park-Nortown. There are several bus stops along the edge of the neighbourhood as well as a transportation interchange at Avenue Road and Woburn Avenue.

Distance to Toronto Amenities

  • Hospital is about 15 minutes away.
  • The nearest highway is about 5 minutes away.
  • The closest mall is about 15 minutes away.
  • TTC Station is about 5 minutes away.
  • Time to GO Bus and the train station is about 20 minutes away.

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