Roncevalles Toronto Real Estate
Roncesvalles Village is a culturally diverse, active community. Being an older community means the streets are lined with mature trees and the Edwardian and Victorian homes, situated on deep lots are more affordable than they would be in other high profile communities.
Culturally, the area is known as the centre of the Polish community in Toronto, with prominent Polish institutions, businesses and St Casimir's Catholic Church located on Roncesvalles Avenue. The businesses along Roncesvalles have formed the Roncesvalles Village Business Improvement Area and hold an annual Polish Festival. It is also within walking distance of Toronto's waterfront parks, the Western Beaches and Boardwalk.
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Keele Community Recreation Centre, 182 Glenlake
Parkdale Community Recreation Centre, 75 Lansdowne
Masaryk/Cowan Community Recreation Centre, 220 Cowan
Swansea Community Recreation Centre, 15 Waller
as well as two public libraries; one at 1303 Queen St. West and one at 228 Roncesvalles. The 30 year old residents' association has plans to transform a former linseed factory on the edge of Sorauren Park into another rec centre.
Fern Ave. Jr. & Sr. Public School Howard Jr. Public School Garden Ave. Jr. Public School Parkdale Collegiate Institute West Toronto Secondary School
Roncevalles Toronto History