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Cabbagetown

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Cabbagetown

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237 Carlton St (at Parliament St.), Toronto, Ontario M5A 2L2 Canada
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Doug W wrote a review Sep 2019
Littleton, Colorado494 contributions138 helpful votes
The beautiful homes and gardens make this area a great place for a walk. After the noise and traffic of Toronto, Cabbagetown is quiet and clean. The properties are mostly well-maintained. Nice park in the area and close to restaurants.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Keenomanjaro wrote a review Sep 2019
Croydon, United Kingdom180 contributions68 helpful votes
We took a morning walk around the pleasant and easily accessible Cabbagetown neighbourhood. Unfortunately, our visit was on a public holiday, so most of the shops were shut, but we were still able to admire the Victorian-era houses, many with some very well kept front gardens (sadly no cabbages were spotted). We particularly enjoyed strolling around Riverdale Park - a well maintained community park with good facilities including a nice little manned wading pool which had a queue of young kids impatiently waiting for it to fill. A good place to spend a couple of hours and from here it's an easy walk to the Distillery District.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Ann G wrote a review Aug 2019
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So glad I found Cabbagetown. The restored Victorian houses and the friendly folks who live in them make this a very special place. Great variety of restaurants and interesting shops line the main streets. I will never stay in any other neighborhood when visiting Toronto.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Phloxylady2 wrote a review Aug 2019
Toronto, Canada162 contributions27 helpful votes
If you love charming, and love walking, you will LOVE this area of downtown Toronto, east. The old brick homes have lovingly cared for front yards and some of the Victorians still have their original barge boards! The Arts & Crafts style homes are charming too. Along Amelia and Wellesley Streets you can see the former workers' cottages transformed into beautiful up-to-date living spaces. If you want more information, visit the Cabbagetown Preservation Association web site (cabbagetownpa.ca) and there you can also arrange for a private tour with a docent. The cost is minimal, only $10.00 per peson. Also, this Association organizes both a home tour (get to go inside) and a garden tour (private backyards) but check the web site to see which tour is being offered in any given year. They alternate years. 2019 is the Home Tour. Tickets are $35.00, I believe. I thinl tickets can now be purchased online at the web site.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Brian D wrote a review Feb 2019
Ithaca, New York630 contributions154 helpful votes
Variety of older homes. Varying conditions. Many are painted each half in a different manner. Intriguing to just cruise around and see a few. Its free.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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