A residential community nestled in between Little Italy, The Annex and Koreatown — an oasis amidst the bustle of the city.

Have you ever dreamed of living in your own private kingdom, complete with tiny castles bursting with stunning aesthetic details missing in most modern neighbourhoods? Built at the end of 19th century by Italian and Portuguese immigrants, Palmerston reflects a mixture of Italian Baroque and Rococo styles, making it one of the most coveted neighbourhoods in Toronto. This beautiful, quiet area is just a few steps away from some of the main arteries of Toronto: Little Italy, The Annex and Koreatown,  with their myriad stores, cafes, restaurants and office buildings. In addition, this area boasts with some of the best schools in Ontario, as ranked by quality of education, cultural opportunities, extracurricular activities and sports. Also, with the walk score of 95 and transit score of 98, Palmerston is the 5th most walkable neighbourhood in Toronto.



Why do we love Palmerston?

It is a beautiful, unique neighbourhood.  The wide street, the distinctive architecture and the peaceful surroundings make it a perfect place for a stroll on a sunny afternoon.

Our perfect day in Palmerston

For my morning kickstart, we’d head over to Almond Butterfly on Harbord Street for a cappuccino and some banana walnut bread — so yum! Refreshed and energized, we’d take a little trip back in time with a tour of East Palmerston, snapping tons of pictures and admiring the history, architecture and the peaceful silence which is so hard to come by in the downtown. Then, it’s time to head on south to College Street for lunch. What’s better than a light, cheesy and inexpensive pizza at A3 Napoli?  Nothing.  Nothing’s better. (By the way, if you will yell “Viva L’Italia”, you’ll get a 20% discount!) After lunch, we’ll walk around the University of Toronto campus, recently ranked number one in Canada. As soon as sun sets, I’ll stroll down to the Bloor Hot Docs cinema. I don’t even bother to look up what’s playing; they always have something interesting! 

One Thing Someone Looking to Live in Palmerston Should Know? 

Palmerston is incredibly special: once you come here, you’ll never want to leave.


Palmerston Avenue Junior Public School,

School Rank by Fraser Institute,

734 Palmerston Ave.,

(416) 393-9305


Clinton Street Junior Public School,

School Rank by Fraser Institute,

460 Manning Ave.,

(416) 393-9155




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