Cabbagetown Real Estate, Toronto
Toronto Real Estate AgentsJackie Carron, serving Etobicoke, Mississauga,
Website: Real Estate Agent Tel: 416-712-8840
Feature pages: Sell My Etobicoke Home
Rebecca Laing, serving Etobicoke, Mississauga,
Website: RebeccaLaing.com Tel: (416) 357-1059
Sales Representative, Chestnut Park Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage,
Website: EugenePalermo.com Tel: 416-450-4574 Feature page: Toronto Condos
Mike K, serving the Greater Moncton area,
Website: Moncton shopping Tel: 416-704-5802 Feature page: Moncton homes
An interesting and unique Cabbagetown Bay and Gable home. Queen Anne hints with the Oriel bay window and dormer roof trying to be a turret ( on a budget ) and the decorative brick in the window arch and decorative woodwork in the gables.
Although homes were constructed as early as the 1850's in Cabbagetown, it was not until the 1870's and 1880's that significant numbers of houses were built .
Most of the houses in the area are built in the late Victorian era, the first ones on their sites. Intense development continued in to the early 1900ís creating the late Victorian, urban, tightly-packed density of houses on long narrow lots. The absence of garages, the small lot sizes and small front yards gives the area more a pedestrian scale. Old Cabbagetown once stretched from its current location to the south incorporating Corktown (named for the city in Ireland) and the area what is now Regent Park . It plays a popular role in Toronto Real Estate activity.
Georgian row houses with their mansard roof. These were much more prevalent in the old Cabbagetown sometimes forming entire streets of them, but they can still be found in the Cabbage town area as well as Corktown and neighboring Riverdale.
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