A well established inner city neighbourhood, Trinity-Bellwoods’ focal point is its very picturesque parks. These outdoor spaces feature paved walking paths highlighted by distinguished cast iron lamp poles and lush topography. Featured real estate in this neighbourhood are its affordable Victorian houses and excellent shopping districts. Trinity Bellwoods is bounded by Queen Street West in the south, Bathurst Street on the east, College Street on the north and Dovercourt Road on the west. 

Trinity Bellwoods Amenities

Schools: Ossington/Old Orchard Junior Public School, Givins/Shaw Junior Public School, Charles G. Fraser Junior Public School, Senhor Santo Cristo and St. Luke are the schools available in Trinity Bellwoods.

Restaurants: Bordering one of the most vibrant and active streets in Toronto, Trinity Bellwoods offers myriad shopping and dining opportunities. Nadège Patisserie, White Squirrel Coffee Shop, North of Brooklyn Pizzeria, R Squared Cafe, Porchetta & Co, The Lakeview, Bent and Oyster Boy are some of the most popular eateries in the neighbourhood. 

Recreation: Trinity Bellwoods Park, the greenspace after which this neighbourhood is named, is the centre of life and recreation in this community. Whether enjoying the outdoors, getting active with the family, meeting with friends, picnicking in the park, or attending one of the many community events held year-round, Trinity Bellwoods Park is a welcome oasis in this inner city neighbourhood.

Getting to Trinity Bellwoods by transit  

Trinity Bellwoods real estate is easily accessible by the 511 Bathurst, 501 Queen and 506 College Street cars.

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