Dufferin Grove is located in central Toronto. The neighbourhood extends from the corner of Dufferin Street and Bloor Street West to the corner of Ossington Avenue and Dundas Street West. The area mainly features semi-detached homes, which account for the majority of sales. However there is also an array of detached homes and condos available. This area has a notably large Italian community, as it partially overlaps Little Italy.

Dufferin Grove is largely geared towards families, with the majority of the homes being late Victorian, Edwardian or English Cottage style designs. With easy access to public transit, and the majority of real-estate being semi-detached or detached; this is not the typical Downtown Toronto neighbourhood. It is home to Dufferin Grove Park, which has amazing resources for children. It includes an artificial ice rink, tennis courts, a wading pool and a basketball court. In addition, the park serves as a community centre; offering arts and crafts classes, a community flower and vegetable garden and a variety of other activities suitable for young children. The neighbourhood is also home to the Bloor/Gladstone public library and the West-End YMCA.



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The exact middle sales price among all recorded sales prices of houses that closed over the last twelve month. In general, median values are more accurate than average values, which may be skewed by price outliers (a few sales that are extremely expensive or extremely inexpensive).
That's easy. Best way to express it is this way. For example imagine the following raw data (discreet sold prices), $350,000, $209,000, $155,000, $209,000, $609,000, $2350,000. The Mediam value is calculated using Median = {(n + 1) ÷ 2}th value. First we sort the sold prices in ascending order, smallest to highest, then you determine (total properties + 1) ÷ 2. If the results is an odd number, than that's the number in the sequence that if exactly the middle sold property. If it is even, you need to average the 2 middle numbers, in other words the nth sequence and the nth sequence + 1