Pear Tree Mews Condo Townhouses

33 Pear Tree Mews West Toronto Dovercourt, Wallace, Emerson & The Junction Dufferin and Simmington Maintenance Fees: Aprox. $200/mo
Includes: Parking, Common Elements, Building Insurance
Parking: Single Car Garage
With a slate of galleries, restaurants, vintage shops and cafés name checked by urban tastemakers, the stretch of Lansdowne between Dundas and Bloor is no longer risky, seedy and bypassed. It’s now not only the city’s locus of hipster culture, but a destination for families looking for a nice condo townhouses in the $400,000s. The area’s two best real-estate pockets—Wallace-Emerson and the adjacent Brockton Village—are blooming with new developments. North of Bloor, empty lots are filling up with new townhouses (including Pear Tree Mews development at 33 Pear Tree Mews, west of Perth), work and retail spaces (like the Junction Triangle Lofts) and design-conscious condos (Upside Down, a mid-rise near Dupont aimed at young professionals).


33 Pear Tree Mews is a townhouse development in west Toronto at Bloor and Symington. These 2 and 3 bedroom units are steps away from all the amenities of Bloor Street West. Many suites offer open concept kitchen, living rrom and dining areas. Also offer a deck or walk out. Nearby High Park is a year-round recreational area that is a short walk from the homes. This is an established neighbourhood so there are also many schools, parks, entertainment venues, a proposed bicycle trail, and playgrounds, all within walking distance.