Thorncliffe Park Real Estate

Homes For Sale In Thorncliffe Park

Situated on the banks of the Don River Valley, Thorncliffe Park is a neighbourhood in East York, Toronto and is a melting pot of many cultures and new Canadians. Thorncliffe Park is a community all of its own, with just about anything a person would need within walking distance.

Since you’re looking at homes for sale in Toronto, you might consider Thorncliffe Park. Keep reading to find out more of what this neighbourhood has to offer.


New Listing - 7 days on Site
$950,000
Active Listing
Condo For Sale
3
beds
2
baths
35 Brian Peck Crescent #306
Toronto, ON M4G0A5
Listing courtesy of: FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE INC.
$658,000
Active Listing
Condo For Sale
2
beds
1
bath
160 Vanderhoof #1501
Toronto, ON M4G0B7
Listing courtesy of: SUTTON GROUP REALTY SYSTEMS INC.
New Listing - 2 weeks on Site
$699,000
Active Listing
Single Family Home For Sale
2
beds
2
baths
52 Aerodrome Crescent #102
Toronto, ON M4G4J1
Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX CROSSROADS REALTY INC.

More About Thorncliffe Park Real Estate

The Don River borders Thorncliffe Park to the south and east, Millwood Road to the west, Research Road and Wicksteed Avenue to the north, and a railway track to the northwest. The neighbourhood was once a farm owned by the founder of the Dominion Brewing Company, Robert T. Davies, who enjoyed participating in horse racing. After his death in 1916, a group of investors bought the farm and built the Thorncliffe Park Raceway track.

The track eventually closed, and in the 1950s, developers demolished the track and constructed one of the first high-rise neighbourhoods in Toronto. It was important to the developers to keep commercial and residential properties separate from one another, and they assumed everyone had a car. Over time, low-rise buildings were built in clusters, filling in the gaps, while the high-rise buildings continued to go up around the outer edge of the neighbourhood. Today, it’s common to find people walking to and from the store when the weather is nice since they’re in such close proximity to shops.

Thorncliffe Park is one of the best neighbourhoods to buy real estate in Toronto. What makes Thorncliffe Park attractive to Canadian newcomers is the convenience of amenities and what this neighbourhood has to offer. Not only are shops and businesses within close proximity, but Thorncliffe Park is also prepared to serve residents getting settled in their new country. Located inside the Thorncliffe Park Plaza is a neighbourhood office that acts as a resource centre, providing multilingual recreational and social programs, as well as services for the community members.

Nearby Neighbourhoods

Thorncliffe Park Real Estate Market

Due to a large portion of Thorncliffe Park’s population being newcomers to Canada, this neighbourhood is widely a rental district with nearly 6,000 apartment units across over 30 low and high-rise buildings.

There are still some properties for sale here, though. Homes for sale in Thorncliffe Park are primarily condos and townhomes, mainly consisting of two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms. Thorncliffe Park homes for sale have an average list price of about $680K.

Thorncliffe Park Schools

Though several school districts operate all over the GTA, the Toronto District School Board is the only district serving schools in Thorncliffe Park. Schools in Thorncliffe Park are:

Fraser Mustard Early Learning Academy GR (JK-SK)
82 Thorncliffe Park Dr, East York, ON M4H 1K3
416-396-3050

Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute GR (09-12)
135 Overlea Blvd, North York, ON M3C 1B3
416-396-2410

Thorncliffe Park Public School GR (01-05)
80 Thorncliffe Park Dr, East York, ON M4H 1K3
416-396-2460

Valley Park Middle School GR (06-08)
130 Overlea Blvd, North York, ON M3C 1B2
416-396-2465

Thorncliffe Park Amenities

Since Thorncliffe Park is situated on the banks of Don River and is primarily made up of businesses, there are several things to do within walking distance of most Thorncliffe Park real estate. Here are a few things you can find in Thorncliffe Park.

Parks and Recreation

The most popular outdoor space in Thorncliffe Park is the Don Valley trail system. Locals can enter the trail at Ernest Thompson Seton Park, which also links to Edwards Gardens and Sunnybrook Park.

Leaside Park is another popular location with two baseball diamonds, a heated pool, a sports field, and several tennis courts.

Head to the Jenner Jean-Marie Community Centre off of Thorncliffe Park Drive for indoor recreation. You can access a gymnasium, several meeting rooms, and even a public library!

Shopping and Dining

The East York Town Centre is a large shopping centre with over 70 stores to shop from, as well as several medical and professional offices, located in the heart of Thorncliffe Park. They even have a Bowlerama bowling facility! Overlea Mews is another place to get some shopping done. It’s a strip plaza with small business stores and is located near the East York Town Centre.

Healthcare

There are no health centres located in Thorncliffe Park, but there are a few within close proximity to the neighbourhood. North of Thorncliffe Park, near Blythwood Road, on Bayview Avenue is the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital. South of the neighbourhood is the Michael Garron Hospital off of Coxwell Avenue and Lumsden Avenue.

Transportation

Given that Thorncliffe Park is within close proximity to downtown, it’s very easy to get around the area. There are two popular means of transportation in Thorncliffe Park, which are by car or public transit. Those using their vehicles can easily hop on Hwy 404 (Don Valley Pkwy) and be at the Toronto city centre within about thirteen minutes. Those using the public transit system can take a bus from Overlea Blvd and Thorncliffe Park Dr to be taken to the Pape station and hop on the Bloor-Danforth subway line.

FAQ ABout Thorncliffe Park, Toronto, Ontario

Where is the nearest commercial airport to Thorncliffe Park, Toronto?

The Toronto Pearson International Airport is about 35 km, or about thirty-five minutes, from Thorncliffe Park.

What is the postal code for Thorncliffe Park, Toronto?

M4H is the postal code for Thorncliffe Park.

What is the average home price in Thorncliffe Park, Toronto?

The average price for a home in Thorncliffe Park is $680K.

Where is the nearest hospital to Thorncliffe Park, Toronto?

The Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital are 5 km or about thirteen minutes from Thorncliffe Park. The Michael Garron Hospital is also close by and is 4.4km or about eight minutes from Thorncliffe Park.

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