|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$249,000330 = $755/||$277,000329 = $839/||$305,000330 = $924/|
|1 BED Condos||$289,166490 = $589/||$475,818683 = $696/||$902,5001186 = $761/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$445,800639 = $697/||$525,560673 = $780/||$601,000715 = $841/|
|2 BED Condos||$450,400776 = $580/||$711,4041002 = $710/||$1,109,0001145 = $969/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$635,000970 = $655/||$804,5001172 = $686/||$974,0001375 = $708/|
|3 BED Condos||$625,5001208 = $518/||$975,2501592 = $612/||$1,325,0001977 = $670/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$1,860,0002321 = $801/||$1,860,0002321 = $801/||$1,860,0002321 = $801/|
It can be argued that The Beaches have it all. Summer swimming and hiking at Ashbridges Bay Park, Woodbine Beach festivals, the much-loved boardwalk for an evening stroll, all coupled with the thriving business strip along Queen Street East, featuring a wide variety of independent retailers, gourmet cafés, and renowned restaurants, it’s hard to deny. And the Toronto condos are equally exciting, often enjoying a view of the lake, just steps both Queen Street and the waterfront. If you are looking condos or lofts in Toronto, the Beaches should be first on your list.
Laid back and community focused, The Beaches are a great place for condo living. There are some amazing organic cafes and food shops, quirky curios and antique shops to spend the winter months. While the rest of the time, the beautiful sandy beaches run from Ashbridges Bay Park all the way to Victoria Park Ave, along the eastern stretch of the Martin Goodman Trail. Ashbridges Bay is a popular spot for all kinds of water sports and you can quite often see brave souls out there kite surfing when the breeze is just right! Located next to Leslieville, so when you’ve had your fill of sun and sand head over for some drinks or dinner. Don't forget about the Beaches Jazz Festival held every July, definitely, a must see!
A perfect neighbourhood to run your errands on foot, you can walk from shop to shop. If you do want to drive, Victoria Park is a quick route up to the 401, helping to make your ventures beyond the East End easier. You can also hop on Lake Shore Blvd and zip downtown in minutes. The Famous 501 Queen Streetcar runs through the whole neighbourhood from Neville Park as far as Long Branch, in Etobicoke.