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The Beaches Neighbourhood Info

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Real estate in The Beaches is not inexpensive. Regardless, it’s well-known as a tightly-knit neighbourhood with a friendly, small town feel, making it the first choice of residence for those who are looking for a quiet lifestyle. For roughly $400,000, a semi-detached home along Queen Street East can be acquired while the newly built mansions on the former Greenwood Race Track are quickly rising to $1,000,000.

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Prime location is essential when considering a real estate purchase and The Beaches have much to offer. To the south is the striking shore of Lake Ontario with the easily accessible four-lane Kingston Rd. to the north, while the west stretches from Eastern Ave. to Leslie St.

Toronto residents and tourists alike enjoy the sandy shores, from west to east, of Woodbine Beach, Kew Beach, Scarboro Beach, and Balmy Beach, while regularly walking along the infamous Boardwalk for much of its length.

For the shopping enthusiast, Queen Street East is the heart of commerce and offers hundreds of specialty stores, boutiques, antique shops, restaurants, pubs, and cafés. Getting to and from Toronto is easy with the north/south bus lines that connect Coxwell, Woodbine, and the Main Street subway stations, and the east/west streetcars that run along Gerrard Street East, Kingston Road, and Queen Street East.

The Beaches homes are generally maintained very well and located on some of the most beautiful tree-lined streets. Edwardian and Victorian style detached homes are regularly seen, but for viewing the most elite homes you’ll need to explore Glen Manor Drive.