About Trinity Bellwoods
Living in Trinity Bellwoods, on any given weekend, you open your front door and walk outside to the sound of people playing in the local park.
As a resident, at the heart of your neighbourhood is Trinity Bellwoods Park. A sprawling 32-acre green space, complete with towering trees, tennis courts, and a baseball diamond, that plays hostess-of-the-mostest to ‘social butterflies’ around the city. It also played ‘home’ to the infamous ‘white squirrel’, a famous albino squirrel who became a mascot for the Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood. With its unicorn-like mystique, the white squirrel’s natural passing a few years ago was such a blow that it made city newspapers and headlined blogs across Toronto. You’ve come to terms with it though, for White Squirrel Coffee Shop lives-on preserving the life of the since-gone neighbourhood ‘pet’ while serving you quality americanos, sandwiches, and tasty treats.
Like you, local residents take pride in homeownership. Classic Victorian brick-stone row-houses with stained glass windows, immaculate gardens, grandiose heritage homes, modern condominiums, heritage building loft spaces, single dwelling apartment spaces – all are available but people tend to hold on to them for some time. After all, as you’re joyously aware, there is little reason to ever want to let go.