About Seaton Village
Homes in the Seaton Village area are generally Victorian & Edwardian row houses, and grand brick mansions, built with care and thoughtful planning. Classic brick exteriors combine, charmingly, with: stained glass windows, wrought iron detailing, beautiful shutters, and clean lines. Homes exude a palpable warmth, particularly in the winter, with the majority of living or dining rooms, facing the street and featuring (the oh-so-rare) natural fireplace (complete with built-in wooden bookshelves!?) that seems to be escaping our more modern times.
Seaton Village is basically situated in the Annex. The characteristics of each neighbourhood melt seamlessly into each other. Together, the two neighbourhoods form an area that is considered one of Toronto’s most beautiful. Residents have access to the calm, quiet, solitude of their (100+-year-old homes) while also being mere steps, or a quick drive, away from Yorkville, Bloor street, the University of Toronto, and Little Italy. And, as if that wasn’t enough, Seaton Village is so conveniently located that going uptown, or downtown, is done with less hassle than other areas of the city.
On any given day residents in Toronto’s Seaton Village can be seen walking their dogs, strollers in tow, Fiesta Farm bags hanging gingerly, a bouquet of flowers clutched under determined elbows, en-route to find the perfect wine pairing for their dinner party. Locals can be witnessed hopping out of shiny vehicles, tightening fine wool wrap jackets, and applying lip gloss, before heading into Napoli Centrale for fire-roasted Neopolitan-style pizza and strong coffee. Students flock together, at their ‘local watering hole’ – that is likely anything but – chatting and throwing-back pints.
When you live in Seaton Village, you live the good life. One where trees and natural beauty coexist effortlessly with city comforts, classic style welcomes modern finishings, and quiet residential living is unbothered by nearby nightlife and action. Real estate in Seaton Village is positioned at the epicentre of so many things that make Toronto a diverse and acclaimed city. Naturally, like the rest of ‘the six’… it ain’t cheap…but nothing worth it ever is.