Homes in Todmorden Village
The houses west of Broadview Avenue consist primarily of Tudor and Cottage style brick homes from the 1930's and 1940's. Sprinkled into this mix are Victorian cottages and row houses that date from the late 1800's and early 1900's. These homes are holdovers from the old Todmorden Village. Many of the houses in this part of the neighbourhood back onto the Don Valley Ravine and enjoy a marvellous view of the city. There are also a handful of low-rise and high-rise apartment buildings situated in this part of the neighbourhood.
The six streets north of O'Connor between Pape and Donlands Avenues have been coined "The Golden Triangle" by real estate agents. These charming Tudor style homes were built in the late 1920's and early 1930's and include many decorative accents like front porches, leaded glass windows, wood burning fireplaces, beautiful wood trim and hardwood floors.
The north-east pocket of Todmorden Village around Four Oaks Park contains some of the prettier stone and brick bungalows in the city. These cosy homes are ideal for singles, couples and empty nesters.