Are you thinking of making a move but don’t know which neighbourhood would suit you? Why don’t we discuss one neighbourhood at a time! If you haven’t read the introduction to our neighbourhood series, please click here!
Today we specifically want to discuss Leslieville. Located on the east side of the Don River, this neighbourhood began as a “small village” back in the 1850s and was named after George Leslie (who owned Toronto Nurseries).
The homes were built in the late 1800s, meaning there are many Victorian and Second Empire row houses. Now, many of these homes’ interior has been renovated to match the current homeowner’s modern style. Don’t worry, you can still find its original charm inside the home!
Now, developers also building new condos to suit the needs of residents wanting to live in this area.
If you’re interested in trying out this area, we have a 2 bed, 2 bathroom (with parking!) new-built condo for lease in Leslieville: 15 Baseball Place #1810
Our favourite part about this neighbourhood is the fact that it’s filled with small, independently owned stores (or aka, indie shops), coffee shops, restaurants, and fitness studios. Be sure to check out the Broadview Hotel, Te Aro, Tabule, KA Space & KA Space Café (vegetarian/vegan friendly).
Wondering what the neighbourhood statistics are? We’ve got you covered. One Group has done the research for you.
Toronto’s real estate market acts fast. If you’re ready to make a move to Leslieville or anywhere else in the city, please feel free to connect with us! We offer complimentary buyer and seller consultations to help you take the right steps.
PS. We are here to help you every step of the way!