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10 of Toronto’s best streets to live on

Christopher Hume – Toronto Star

1. Yonge Street anywhere south of Eglinton Avenue (Midtown and Downtown)
How great would it be to live above a store, restaurant or bar on Toronto’s main street? Imagine walking out your front door and going to your favourite eatery. And of course the subway would never be far away.

2. Palmerston Boulevard (Little Italy and Queen West)
The houses are impressive, but more than that there are those wonderful street lights. They make Palmerston one of our most memorable streets.

3. Any street in Cabbagetown, east of Parliament Street (Cabbagetown)
Narrow tree-lined roads, with beautiful 19th-century houses – not too big – make this one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods.

4. Fallingbrook Crescent (The Beaches)
Situated at the top of the Scarborough Bluffs, the houses here aren’t wildly interesting but enjoy extraordinary views across Lake Ontario.

5. King Street East between Church and Parliament Streets (Old Town Toronto)
Bit by bit, the architecture in this historic area of town is disappearing beneath a layer of new construction. But there’s just enough left that even today the past is alive if not entirely well.

6. Ellis Park Road (High Park)
Shady and winding, this is a street on the west side of High Park that feels more a part of a small town than a big city. Obviously built long before the planning department got its hands on things, it oozes character.

7. Montcrest Boulevard (The Danforth)

Running west from Broadview Avenue at the north end, this short dead-end street boasts what’s arguably the best view of the downtown.

8. Tranby Avenue (Yorkville / Rosedale)

The houses are small, close together and thoroughly urban. Extending from Avenue Road to Bedford Road, it’s close to practically everything but quiet, almost serene.

9. Sheffley Crescent (Etobicoke)

Dating from Etobicoke’s post-war heyday – maybe a little later – this is family lifestyle territory. Leafy and lively, it’s the sort of place where kids really do play hockey in the streets.

10. Queens Quay (Waterfront)

It’s not up to much now, but in the decades ahead, once the four-lane artery has been reduced to two and trees have been planted, this could be the city’s grand waterfront street.

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