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The Elms

Part of the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, The Elms is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.


This area provides home buyers with the choice between a diversity of modes of transportation. This area is reasonably transit friendly. Property owners have access to a few bus lines, and bus stops are not very far from most properties. A majority of the homes for sale in this part of the city are located in areas that are also reasonably conducive to walking; many daily needs can be met on foot. Cycling is difficult in The Elms since the bicycling network is fairly poor, and there are quite a few elevation changes. Thankfully, a few bike-friendly sectors exist.


House buyers in The Elms will be pleased to learn that a grocery store is always only a reasonably short walk away. In addition, a restaurant is commonly just around the corner, and there are also a few coffee shops in this neighbourhood. It is also easy to access a selection of clothing stores on foot. In terms of education, in The Elms, families will typically be able to get to daycares and schools by walking.


The character of The Elms is exemplified by its relaxed ambience. This part of Toronto is reasonably quiet overall, as the streets tend to be quite peaceful - however noise can be bothersome close to Highway 401. Finally, this neighbourhood also features a good amount of greenery; there are a few green spaces nearby for residents to check out, such as Pine Point Park and Summerlea Park, making it very easy to reach them. Residents will also find that there are numerous tree-lined streets.


In The Elms, around 40% of buildings are large apartment buildings, but single detached homes and townhouses are also present in the housing stock. This part of Toronto is primarily composed of two bedroom and three bedroom homes. About 60% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home while renters make up the remainder. This part of Toronto did not experience a single building boom; the construction of new dwellings in this neighbourhood was spread throughout multiple decades in the twentieth and twenty-first century.