Located in the central district, east of downtown Toronto, Cabbagetown has an exciting history dating back to the original Irish settlers who grew cabbage in their backyards. Cabbagetown homes are set in an historic area within an immense neighbourhod of preserved Victorian homes.

Neigbourhood
Possibly the largest area of preserved homes of its kind in North America, Cabbagetown stretches from Yonge Street to the Don Valley and is south of Bloor Street East. Proximity to the Don Valley Parkway adds convenience to living in Cabbagetown. The area right to the northwest is South St. James Town.

Homes in Cabbagetown
An urban residential neighbourhood is the setting for these single family homes and apartments, first built in the 1870s and 1880s. Gables can be seen on some homes, and Georgian Row houses are very common. Decorative woodwork as well as decorative brick add a unique touch to these beautiful homes. Interiors with eat-in kitchens, balconies, fireplaces, parking and unique distinctive renovation are common.

Businesses
From sushi bars to fine restaurants and shopping, Cabbagetown has a variety of businesses. Clothing stores, racquet sports, contractors, interior decorators, architects, printing and copying and many more businesses can be found here as well. The Danny Grossman Dance company is a well known business located in Cabbagetown.

Schools
Sprucecourt Junior Public School, Lord Dufferin Junior and Senior Public Schools, and Cabbagetown Co-Op Nursery School are some of the choices for residents.

A host of ballet schools, including Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre, Toronto Dance Theatre, and Canada's National Ballet School are all in the vicinity of Cabbagetown.

Things to Do
Cabbagetown Fall Festival happens the first week of September and brings the whole community together. Colorful and fun, garage sales, art and crafts, video and walking tours attract visitors and residents alike.

Allan Gardens features an historic greenhouse and beautiful park, providing the perfect escape from the busy city. It can be found at Gerrard and Sherbourne Streets.

Cabbagetown homes offer an exciting and historic neighbourhood in central Toronto.

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