Moving to Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood: Our Top 5 Tips | Kate Watson

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Some of Toronto’s most sought-after real estate is found in the Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood, and it’s easy to see why. Every day is an adventure in this lively Toronto neighbourhood, which is packed with vibrant shops and restaurants, lush green space (the park), and gorgeous architecture. It’s hard to go wrong in an area that has so much to offer for people living here. That said, if you’re moving to Trinity Bellwoods, there are a few things you should know in order to make the most of your new neighbourhood.

1) There’s always something to do in Trinity Bellwoods Park

Comprising 14.6 acres, Trinity Bellwoods Park is home to eight tennis courts, three baseball diamonds, an off-leash dog area, a kids wading pool, and plenty of green space. While you may already be familiar with this beautiful outdoor space, living in the neighbourhood will provide you with the opportunity to explore it more than you ever have before.

From group yoga and movie screenings to flea and farmers’ markets, Trinity Bellwoods Park offers something for everybody. Even when it’s cold out, you’ll find that the park is teeming with activity—including ice skating and guided winter tours.

2) Ossington is the place for great eats and nightlife

Many new Trinity Bellwoods residents have already spent a good chunk of time on Ossington Street. That said, nothing beats the convenience of discovering a new favourite watering hole or eatery within walking distance of your house or condo.

Try Tanto for impeccable Argentine-inspired dishes and Union for creative fare made with fresh ingredients. If vegan food is more your style, the Grow Op will likely become your go-to when you’re looking for a bite.

When it comes to drinks, beer fans are sure to love Bellwoods Brewery. But there’s also no shortage of under-the-radar options in the area, including Sweaty Betty’s (an iconic local dive) and the Ossington (a sophisticated bar and venue).

3) You’ll never have trouble finding the perfect gift again

Have you ever found yourself searching for a last-minute gift? We’ve all been there. Luckily,  living in Trinity Bellwoods means you won’t have to panic the next time a housewarming party, baby shower, or father’s day lunch rolls around.

Whether you’re looking for clothing, home decor, stationery, or knick-knacks, the unique shops on Queen West and Dundas West have you covered. Local favourites include Hanji Gifts, the Paper Place, and Bookhou.

Nothing goes better with shopping than coffee, so don’t forget to stop in at White Squirrel for a midday pick-me-up.

4) This is the perfect place to get inspired

Queen West is a hub for artists, which is great news for Trinity Bellwoods resident who enjoy art. This is the perfect neighbourhood to while away a Sunday afternoon in a gallery. When you get a chance, check out some of the neighbourhood’s best, including Birch Contemporary and Pari Nadimi Gallery.

Of course, anyone who’s ever spent time in Trinity Bellwoods knows you don’t have to step into a gallery to be inspired by creativity. Tucked behind some of the most well-known shops on Queen Street West, you’ll find Graffiti Alley. This space features a large collection of some of the most beautiful street art in Toronto.

5) Rover is going to be very happy here

Trinity Bellwoods is one of the best dog-friendly neighbourhoods in Toronto. Start by taking your four-legged friend to run, play, and socialize at the expansive off-leash area in Trinity Bellwoods Park.

If you want to pamper your pooch, check out the Dog Bowl on Dundas West. This eco-friendly boutique contains a wide selection of food, toys, and other products. You’ll also be pleased to discover that there are a number of dog-friendly patios near you, including those at the Northern Belle and the Done Right Inn.

 

Still looking for your perfect house or condo in Trinity Bellwoods? You can check out recent listings in the neighbourhood here. If you have any questions about the area, feel free to get in touch!

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