This little pocket of Toronto sits south west of Yonge and Eglinton, a trendy area that draws people in from all over the city. Upscale shopping, trendy restaurants, vibrant office space, parks and TTC subway, this neighbourhood has it all.
Chaplin Estates is home to an amazing park. The Neshama Playground in Oriole Park is Toronto’s first playground conceived for all children and advocates a ‘zero rejection policy,’ where no one is left out because of a disability. Neshama Playground includes a water play area, bounce pad, an enclosed merry-go-round, musical elements for children with autism, and panels with Braille for the visually-impaired and sign language diagrams for the hearing-impaired. There is also a swing and other play equipment specifically for kids in wheelchairs – as well as colourful, springy surfaces.
HOUSEHOLDS WITH CHILDREN
The southern boundary is Chaplin Crescent which itself runs parallel to the former Beltline Railway line, now the Beltline Trail, a scenic walking and biking trail.
Monthly data for September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018
|Average Price||$ 2,406,413||$ 1,233,342||N/A||$ 903,386|
|List to Sale Percent||100%||116%||N/A||98%|
|Days on Market||19||6||N/A||19|
TREB Data from September 1, 2018 to September 30, 2018. For statistical use only.
Oriole Park Jr. Public School
80 Braemar Avenue
Birmingham International College Of Canada
203-2221 Yonge Street
Fiona Nelson Parkette
45 Imperial St, Toronto, ON
201 Oriole Pkwy, Toronto, ON M5P 2H1