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Leslieville, Toronto Real Estate for Sale

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$749,000

31 Ashdale Ave, Toronto

2 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$999,990

201 Boulton Ave, Toronto

4 beds2 baths1500–2000 sq. ft.
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$1,389,000

80 Hastings Ave, Toronto

3 + 1 beds3 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$649,000

517 - 88 Colgate Ave, Toronto

1 beds1 baths500–599 sq. ft.
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$1,150,000

6 Woodfield Rd, Toronto

3 + 1 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$1,050,900

609 - 1331 Queen St E, Toronto

2 beds2 baths900–999 sq. ft.
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$599,900

53 Jones Ave, Toronto

3 + 1 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$559,900

804 - 319 Carlaw Ave, Toronto

1 beds1 baths600–699 sq. ft.
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$1,198,000

217A Leslie St, Toronto

3 + 1 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$799,000

31 Allen Ave, Toronto

3 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$1,489,000

80 Hastings Ave, Toronto

3 + 1 beds3 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$779,900

401 - 233 Carlaw St, Toronto

2 beds1 baths800–899 sq. ft.
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$649,000

402 - 88 Colgate Ave, Toronto

1 beds1 baths500–599 sq. ft.
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305 - 1249 Queen St E, Toronto

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$1,679,900

25 Ashdale Ave, Toronto

4 + 2 beds4 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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204 - 1249 Queen St E, Toronto

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207 - 1249 Queen St E, Toronto

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$1,288,000

232 First Ave, Toronto

3 beds3 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$899,000

1002 - 319 Carlaw Ave, Toronto

2 beds2 baths900–999 sq. ft.
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$1,299,000

324 Logan Ave, Toronto

3 + 1 beds2 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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$699,000

4 - 86 Munro St, Toronto

2 beds2 baths900–999 sq. ft.
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$499,900

2 - 42 Boston Ave, Toronto

1 beds1 baths600–699 sq. ft.
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$849,900

1516 Queen St E, Toronto

3 beds3 bathsN/A sq. ft.
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57 Rhodes Ave, Toronto

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Buying Real Estate in Leslieville

There are a variety of property types to choose from when looking for real estate in Leslieville. There are 26 houses, 8 townhouses, and 26 condos for sale. For past listings, search our Leslieville sold listings and Leslieville expired listings The average listing price in Leslieville for all home types is $1,110,932, which is 29% higher than September 2017. The average list price differs significantly when broken down by home type. The average listing price of a house is $1,288,312, $1,062,213 for a townhouse, and $922,438 for a condo. There are many popular neighbourhoods surrounding Leslieville, including Little India, Indian Bazaar, Greenwood-Coxwell, Riverdale, Blake-Jones, King, King-Parliament that offer a variety of home prices and unique areas to live. Leslieville also has many options for renters with 53 active rental listings and an average lease price of $3,140.

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Welcome to Leslieville

Bridging Toronto’s downtown core and eastern beach neighbourhoods, Leslieville strikes the perfect balance between family-friendly and cutting-edge lifestyle.

Located just east of the Don River, Leslieville is a true example of neighbourhood gentrification. Formerly an industrial centre, the last 15 years have seen drastic change, with factories making way for artisanal shops, exclusive night spots, and a tight-knit, family-centric community.

It’s a neighbourhood steeped in history; originally a village established in the 1850’s, Leslieville homes are full of character. Even the original general store still stands, located at the corner of Jones Avenue and Queen Street East.

Bordered by Gerrard St. to the north, Empire Ave. to the west, Eastern Ave. to the south, and Coxwell Ave. to the east, Leslieville neighbours Toronto’s best beaches, as well as the downtown core. It’s a great option for young families who eschew the suburbs for the conveniences of urban living.

The People

Those who call Leslieville home love it for its no-nonsense middle-class vibe, sense of history, and tight-knit village feel.

While the area was considered low-income in the 70s and 80s, residents are now mostly made up of working-age adults with an average after-tax household income of $68,813. It’s a popular area for young professionals, with 65% of the population between the ages of 25 – 64. Kids under the age of 14 make up 13% of the population – about 12% lower than the Toronto average.

English is the most commonly-used language, with 71% of residents speaking it at home. An additional 24% report speaking non-official languages, while 1% of households are predominantly French.

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The Design

Sleek urban lofts mix with turn-of-the-century architecture

Leslieville was originally founded by George Leslie, owner of the Toronto Nurseries. It started off as a tiny village, home mainly to gardeners and workers from the area’s brick and metal processing factories. The neighbourhood’s oldest homes are located south of Queen Street, and are made up of 1800’s-era Ontario Cottages and Second Empire Victorian rowhouses.

Much of the areas houses feature the original brick and telltale design features of the era, and include single-detached, semi-detached and bungalow houses. However, the area is also popular for the chic industrial lofts developed in former factories along the fringes of Eastern and Carlaw Avenues.

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The Lifestyle

Grab some artisanal cheese on route from yoga class

Leslieville is a vibrant, walkable neighbourhood filled with creative niches, fine dining, and eclectic shops. Art aficionados can peruse a number of galleries featuring the work of resident creatives, while those shopping for a unique outfit enjoy a large selection of indie designer stores.

The neighbourhood is also a foodie destination, often referred to as Toronto’s “brunch capital”. Quaint cafes, breakfast nooks and traditional diners can be found next to the latest gastronomic hot spots and mixologists. A number of farmers markets and specialty food festivals are known to set up shop on the weekends.

Leslieville is very pedestrian-friendly with many neighbourhood amenities accessible without a car. Cycling is a very popular method of transportation, and Queen Street offers a quick bike commute between the downtown core as well as the neighbouring Beaches area, which features a number of outdoor destinations including Balmy, Key and Woodbine Beaches and the Ashbridges Bay Park. Jimmie Simpson Park, located in the west end of the neighbourhood, offers a number of indoor activities including swimming, children’s clubs, and badminton.

The northern edge of the neighbourhood, along Gerrard St., also encompasses Toronto’s “Little India”, a cultural hotspot of south Asian restaurants, shops and events.

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Retail and Dining

Those who love to buy local will be delighted by Leslieville’s selection of farmers markets, artisanal grocers, and owner-operated retail.

Local shopping and dining destinations include: Bobbett & Belle, Bonjour Brioche, Good Neighbour, and Gadabout.

Schools

School Name Fraser Institute Rankings
Greenwood Secondary School 6.6
Duke of Connaught School 5.8
Greenwood Secondary N/A
Roden Public School N/A
St. Joseph Catholic School N/A
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