The streets and homes in St. George’s Park (formerly known as St. George’s Ward) still illustrate a variety of architectural styles from the past. A small number of the streets in this neighbourhood boast more contemporary homes on in-fill lots. The focal point of this neighbourhood is St. George’s Park itself. In 2015 prices sky-rocketed in bidding wars to gain entry to this affluent neighbourhood with sale prices grabbing $100k over asking in at least a few cases.
Gothic Revival (1840’s-1870’s), Victorian (1837-1901), Wood Cottages (1850’s), Georgian (1780’s to 1860’s), Neo-Classical (1810 to 1850’s), Regency (1820’s to 1870’s), Italinate (1840’s to 1885), Second Empire (1860’s to 1880’s), Queen Anne (1880-1910), Colonial/Georgian Revival (1890’s to 1940’s), Edwardian (1900 to 1920’s), Prairie Craftsman Bungalow (1900 to 1930’s), Tudor (1900 to 1940’s), and Victory Housing (1940-1960 Post war time – mass produced) all find their place in the park. A small number of the streets in this neighbourhood boast more contemporary homes on in-fill lots. The focal point of this neighbourhood is St. George’s Park itself, featuring a playground, tennis court, washrooms, basketball courts and a skating rink. In the past this area attracted the wealthiest of business families and still does today, however, a modest stipend can still buy your way into a smallish and humble abode close to the Park.