Condos for Sale in Long Branch


Long Branch Condo Values & Trends

Current Asking Prices in Long Branch
$ 575,000
$ 390/FT2

Based on 1 active listings

Historical Average Price Per for Condos in Long Branch

Average Condo Sale Prices for Condos in Long Branch

Based on 28 condo sales in the past 12 months
LOWAvg. of lowest 10% Average HighAvg. of highest 10%
1 BED Condos $393,000616 = $638/ $441,500762 = $635/ $500,0001279 = $391/
1 BED+DEN Condos $439,000677 = $648/ $478,180756 = $640/ $512,000961 = $533/
2 BED Condos $342,000864 = $396/ $474,500943 = $503/ $597,5001124 = $536/
2 BED+DEN Condos $570,0001020 = $559/ $592,333989 = $599/ $625,000974 = $642/
3 BED Condos $425,0001163 = $365/ $450,0001172 = $384/ $475,0001177 = $404/

Area Description and Stats

Condo Living in Long Branch

Bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, Long Branch is mainly a residential neighbourhood with many Toronto condos for sale along Lake Shore Boulevard, not far from the waterfront. With the growing number of new Long Branch condos popping up, you might say the neighbourhood is experiencing a development renaissance. Known as an ‘Up and Coming” place to live, keep an eye out for exciting new things to come. The main business area is along Lake Shore and the neighbourhood has a walk score of 72, which means most of your life’s daily necessities are close at hand.

Etobicoke condos in Long Branch offer up a lifestyle full of green space for the outdoor lovers. Although most of the waterfront here is privately owned, there are a handful of parks with direct access, like Long Branch Park and Len Ford Park. Marie Curtis Park borders Etobicoke Creek, which has many walking and biking trails. If you’re looking for great shopping, Islington City-Centre has every mainstay outlet store you can think of, plus there is Sherway Gardens Mall and a local IKEA. The amazing beaches of Mimico are also only a short streetcar or GO Train ride away.

An easy area to get around, you can connect with the Gardiner Expressway, QEW and 400 series highways by heading straight up Brown’s Line, perfect for navigating your way around the rest of Toronto. Lake Shore Boulevard is often the quickest way to get downtown Toronto, but there is abundant public transit, including the Go Train that runs along the Lake Shore West/ East line from Hamilton to Oshawa.