The Beaches

The four beaches located on Toronto’s lake front: Woodbine Beach to the west, Kew Beach and Scarboro Beach in the centre, and Balmy Beach to the east give this neighbourhood its name. If you are looking for that lakeside resort town feel, then this is your neighbourhood of choice! More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the homes for sale in The Beaches: 

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At The Beaches, there is definitely lots to do especially for those who lead a healthy, active lifestyle; take long walks on the Boardwalk, exercise along the Martin Goodman Trail, and take a break alongside the shore where you will observe the most beautiful sunsets accompanied with the sound of the waves in the background. One of Toronto’s major tourist attractions, this neighbourhood holds year round festivities such as; The Christmas Tree and Menorah lighting festival, The Jazz festival, and the Arts and Crafts show. The Beaches is also a prime neighbourhood for families – this neighbourhood has excellent schools, city-run and private daycare providers, and community centers which offer private and city-run programs for all ages.
 
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

This is one of the best communities Toronto has to offer. Consequently, all homes south of Kingston Road are pricey - they are always in demand, regardless of size. Even north of Kingston Road semi-detached homes will sell for over $500,000. 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 increased by 34% from $784,988 to $1,051,608, and the days of on market has fallen by 4 days, from 17 to 13. This area has great investment potential. 
 
Shopping, Dining, and Exploring:

At The Beach you will find many cafes, restaurants, specialty retailers, small boutiques, flower shops, and artist studios. Some of the most popular local spots include:
 
Murphy’s Law pub
 
The Garden Gate Restaurant
 
The Fox Theatre
 
Parks

Make the most of your free time by spending it outside, The Beaches is located among the most beautiful Toronto parks which include:
 
Kew Garden and Woodbine Park have wonderful sandy beaches and playgrounds, picnic areas and flowerbeds. Here you will find the outdoor Olympic Pool, Children’s Pool and Diving Pool.
 
The Ashbridges Bay Park contains the Toronto Beaches Skatepark and the Ashbridges Bay Yacht Club.
 
Cassels Park offers a playground, splash pad, and a dog park.
 
Recreation Centers

During the cooler winter days take your fun indoors and visit the following centers:
 
William Road Community Centre has an indoor pool, gyms, and offers various fitness programs
 
Adam Beck Community Centre offers various programs in sports, dance, fitness, arts, crafts, and cooking
 
Ted Reeve Arena and Park contain a wading pool, indoor skating rink, playground, and sports field
 
Public Transportation

By Bus: Bus services operate on Woodbine Avenue, Main Street, Coxwell Avenue, Kingston Road, and Victoria Park

By Street Car: Streetcars heading to and from downtown Toronto run east-west along Queen Street East as well as along Kingston Road and Gerrard Street East

By Subway: Stations at Woodbine subway station, Main Street subway station, and Coxwelll subway