Neighbourhoods - Trinity Bellwoods


Dundas Street (north)

Bathurst Street (east)

Queen Street West (south)

Dovercourt Road (west)

Trinity Bellwoods – Overview
The focal point of this neighbourhood is the picturesque Trinity Bellwoods Park which spans the entire length of the neighbourhood. The park features a paved walking path the is highlighted by distinguished cast iron lamp poles and lush greenery.  The neighbourhood features Victorian houses situated among innovative art gallery and restaurants.  The strecth along Dundas and Ossington has become Toronto’s epicentre for new hipster restaurants and bars.


Trinity Bellwoods – Homes
Trinity Bellwoods homes were built largely between 1880 and 1905.  They are small to medium in size that are typical of the Victorian period of architecture found in Toronto’s downtown neighbourhoods.  Many of the houses in this neighbourhood front or back onto Trinity Bellwoods Park.  Some of the larger Trinity Bellwoods homes are located on Shaw Street, a pretty tree lined boulevard that is twice as wide as other streets in this neighbourhood.  Trinity Bellwoods also offers a handful of hard lofts and smaller scale condominium buildings with amenities,


Trinity Bellwoods – Schools
Charles G. Fraser Jr
Grace Street Jr
Givens/Shaw Jr & Sr
Central High School of Commerce
Harbord Collegiate Institue
Senator Santo Christo


Trinity Bellwoods – Transportation
Streetcar service on Bathurst street and bus service on Ossington Avenue provides regular service to the Bloor-Danforth subway line.  The Gardiner Expressway is approximately a 5 minute drive from this neighbourhood.

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