Corso Italia, St. Clair
 Toronto Real Estate


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Corso Italia Houses Toronto Real Estate

Corso Italia runs along St. Clair Avenue West from Westmount Avenue in the east to Lansdowne Road in the west, in the western side of Toronto. Considered by many to be Toronto’s “second” Little Italy neighbourhood, Corso-Italia-Davenport is a lively area with plenty of shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. The neighbourhood was settled by waves of Italian immigrants who came to Toronto in the 1950s, and is also home to many Portuguese, Vietnamese and Chinese families. This west-end midtown community has a familiar downtown feel along its main streets, with easy access to its surrounding neighbourhoods. It’s a healthy mix of middle and upper-class families, apartment buildings and detached homes, with plenty of green space. Corso Italia boasts one of the city's best street parties, thousands come for the weeknd of eats, drinks and family fun. Great bands can be heard late into the evenings.




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Corso Italia's beautiful tree-lined streets include a mix of older and newer homes many with majestic gardens. The original housing stock built in the 1940s and 50s consists of charming semis and pretty brick 2-storey homes. 

Homes in Corso Italia range from mid $600's to over 2 million depending if you are looking for a townhouse, semi or detached homes. Lots tend to be 25 ft. to 45ft. wide and over 100 ft. deep.








Why Live in Corso Italia, Toronto?

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The Corso Italia neighbourhood of Toronto is located in the west end of the city, and contains a lot of great shopping. There are cafes, bakeries, markets, clothing shops, shoe stores, and gelaterias. Several annual festivals are hosted in the community each year, including the Corso Italia Toronto Fiesta, which is held every July. If you want to live close to great shopping and a lot of good food, you should consider the community and the areas right around it. Many of the people who shop there live in adjoining neighbourhoods, but they walk over to get what they need.Parks and green spaces are found all throughout Toronto, and the Corso Italia area is no exception to that. When you want to walk your dog or play with your kids, a park is the perfect place. It's also a great place to just take a stroll, or even sit on a bench or lie on the grass and relax on a lovely, warm day. Hiking and biking can be fun in the summer months, and there are also winter sports to enjoy. The more you explore Corso Italia and get settled in, the more you'll find to love about the area.

 

 


 

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