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Thinking of buying a house or condo in The Juntion? Our guide to The Junction real estate below, will help you decide if this is the neighbourhood for you!

THE VIBE

Hover over each box to learn about The Vibe in The Junction.

The Good

Super cool stores and the latest trendy restaurants are your abode.

The Bad

Good luck with parking & closet space.

and......The Ugly

The train tracks north of Dundas can put a damper on your quiet enjoyment.

BOUNDARIES

The Junction runs west to Runnymede, east to Old Weston Road, just north of Dundas (to the tracks) and south to Annette.  It closely borders the areas of Bloor West Village and High Park.

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CULTURE

The Junction was dry from 1904-2001. When the alcohol ban was lifted, the area went through a massive revitalization, particularly within the last 5 years. Families, artists and hipsters have moved in and the real estate prices have skyrocketed. The main drag of Dundas Street West is now teaming with trendy bars, restaurants and shops. The area is celebrated with The Junction Summer Solstice Festival in June and The Junction Music Festival in September.

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TRANSPORTATION

The Junction is serviced by the High Park, Keele and Dundas West subway stations, as well as the Dundas and Keele buses. It is also easily accessible to the Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard.

HOME STYLES

The Junction is a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to it’s style.  It was primarily developed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.  Here you will find large 2.5 storey detached homes alongside narrow Victorian row houses, but for the most part, the lots are narrow, the homes tall and skinny, and the parking is in the back (lane, that is).  There are also quite a few industrial and commercial loft conversions and a number of low-rise condo buildings in the area.

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LOCAL REAL ESTATE GURU

A long time west end resident, Kirsten purchased her first home in the Bloor West area 15 years ago and is now proud to call The Junction home.

Kirsten lives and works with the philosophy “work hard/play hard /do better”. She is dedicated to exceeding clients’ expectations, living life openly and enthusiastically, and volunteering her time for the greater good of her community.

Kirsten joined the Page & Percival team in 2013 due to a deep respect for their core values, innovative approach and savvy marketing strategies. Her broad market knowledge and astute understanding of how best to handle different negotiation scenarios are assets that only experience can offer.

People come first with Kirsten. Whether you are a buyer, seller, or renter, her goal is to be available, approachable & communicative. This approach helps take the confusion out of the process for her clients so she can focus on being a trusted adviser & getting results in a fast paced market place. This commitment to positive outcomes, long term planning & exceeding expectations has meant that clients return to Kirsten for future real estate transactions and advice over time.

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