Leslieville has that cozy town feel yet it’s minutes away from Toronto’s downtown. The best part about living in this neighborhood is that you don’t need a car. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all homes for sale in Leslieville: 

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The best of Toronto is easily accessible by bike or by foot from Leslieville – if you are working in Toronto’s business district avoid the traffic jams by taking a walk to your office, and spend your after work hours by enjoying your time along the lake. This neighborhood offers a great quality of life - the reason why many professionals and young families flock to 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:
Real Estate: 

Leslieville has become one of East End Toronto’s hottest and hippest neighborhoods. The more pricey side of Leslieville is from Coxwell to Broadview. However, more affordable home options can be found north of Dundas. Many of the new developments in this area are loft condos and prices are expected to rise considering the neighborhood’s proximity to Toronto’s core – home prices will be more compatible with home prices of The Beaches.
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:

Walking around Leslieville you will feel as if you are in some European town, you won’t see many international corporate food chains or shops. However, you will find chic restaurants, antique shops, and boutiques. If you are looking for something different then come and explore Leslieville and be sure to make a stop at the
following Leslieville attractions:

India Bazaar: Come here and you will feel as if you are in exotic East India; you will be overwhelmed with incense scents, spices, ethnically flavored food, silk fabrics, and jewelry.

Chinatown Two: Try something different, and stop by in the Chinese-Vietnamese restaurants. Here you will also find grocery stores that sell fruits and vegetables not commonly found in the typical grocery chains. Everything here is quite affordable - great value for your money

Opera House: You will hear anything but opera, from rock and roll to acoustics, affordable tickets


Riverdale Park: This park begins at Broadview West and continues up towards North of Gerrard, and a few blocks south of the Danforth

Greenwood Park: Here you will find a playground and three baseball diamonds, an artificial ice rink, and a pool

Ahbridges Bay Park: This is the place for Toronto’s summer activities, featuring volleyball courts, a swimmable beach, and plenty of barbeque space

Recreation Centers:

Jimmy Simpson Pool and Community Centre

S.H Armstrong Community Recreation Centre

Public Transportation:

By Bus: Bus routes on Carlaw, Jones, Greenwood, Coxwell, and Eastern Avenues, as well as Queen and Gerrard Streets

By Street Car: Street cars run on Carlaw, Jones, Greenwood, Coxwell, and Eastern Avenues, as well as Queen and Gerrard Streets

By Subway: Bloor-Danforth subway line