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Leaside has it all; an abundance of green space, top schools, excellent access to public transit, and Toronto’s best shopping districts are located in this very area.
If you are looking to see whether this neighborhood is for you or you have already moved in then be sure to check out the following:
There is a variety of homes to choose from; Tudor-style houses, two story detached homes, bungalows, semi-detached houses, and new custom designed homes. . Leaside homes are typically situated on large lots with a private garage. Many homes contain hardwood floors, a fireplace, and wood trim. Leaside is in high demand among the upper middle income families. According to the most recent TREB stats, when comparing the third quarter of 2015 with the third quarter of 2014 the average price of homes has decreased by 0.22% from $1,157,349 in 2014, to $1,154,756, and the days of on market has increased by 1 day, from 16 to 17. The slight dip in the average price of homes is an indication that it is a time to buy!
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:
Along Bayview Avenue you will find a variety of specialty store, antique shops, restaurants and pubs. Many stores are geared towards children which reflects the thriving demographics of the neighborhood. Make the most of your shopping experience by checking out the following:
Sunnybrook Plaza shopping district
Leaside Centre: Leaside’s newest shopping destination
Leaside Business Park: A mix of light industrial businesses mixed with specialty retail stores.
Welcome to the park heaven. Only a few neighborhoods in Toronto can match Leaside’s green space. Among Leaside’s many parks, the most popular are:
Serena Gundy Park: Make the most of your weekend by joining in on the nature and fitness activities in this park.
Sunny Brook Park: Here you will find the best sports fields, an exercise trail, horseback riding stables, a snack bar, and lots of picnic space.
Trace Manes Park: The Leaside Tennis Club is located here which has six tennis courts. You will also find a children’s playground, baseball diamond, and an outdoor natural ice rink.
Howard Talbot Park: This Park is popular among the baseball leagues, featuring two baseball diamonds.
Leaside Memorial Community Gardens: This is a multirecreational complex which has an indoor arena, an indoor swimming pool, a curling rink, and an auditorium.
By Bus: Bus routes on Bayview and Eglington avenues
By Subway: St. Clair subway station, Davisville station, Eglinton station, Yonge-University-Spadina subway line