Our Home, Our Community, Our Lifestyle

Welcome to The Beaches

A Look At The Numbers

Avg. List Price

$1,343,415.00

Avg. Sold Price

$941,910.00

Days On Market

19

A Feel for The Beaches...

Anyone who knows the Beaches will tell you all about the community feel, the peace and quiet, and the connection to nature that resides along our shoreline.

We’ve called the Beaches home for more than three generations – from the signature stretch of Queen East to the homes lining the side streets, this is where we live, play, and work.

A Feel For The Beaches...

Anyone who knows the Beaches will tell you all about the community feel, the peace and quiet, and the connection to nature that resides along our shoreline.

We’ve called the Beaches home for more than three generations – from the signature stretch of Queen East to the homes lining the side streets, this is where we live, play, and work.

A Look at Local Homes

The side streets of the Beaches are mostly lined with mature trees and are close to transit parks and excellent schools. The architecture varies from street to street from a variety of smaller semi-detached or row homes to large- scale Victorian, Tudor, and contemporary homes. These homes afford plenty of room to grow for families of all kinds.

The Beaches is always changing, and the cottage-like appearance of the some of the homes is transitioning in favour of more modern builds. Some of the streets here actually come with heritage designations, which speaks to the pride of residents who want to retain the charming feel of the area.

Community Highlights

Toronto’s Beaches community is defined by the large number of independent shops, restaurants, and boutiques lining Queen Street East and Kingston Road. The streetscape always seems to be forever evolving in new and exciting ways.

Only a few steps in almost any direction, you’ll find several parks and a beautiful ravine system that bisects the area from north to south. The Beach itself, though, is one huge stretch of sandy shoreline all the way to Woodbine Park.

There’s a long boardwalk that locals love strolling on, no matter the season, situated alongside the Martin Goodman Trail for avid cyclists. Although it never seems to stop, there are four distinct beaches: Balmy Beach, Scarboro Beach, Kew Beach, Woodbine Beach and don’t forget the secret beach.

Community Highlights

Toronto’s Beaches community is defined by the large number of independent shops, restaurants, and boutiques lining Queen Street East and Kingston Road. The streetscape always seems to be forever evolving in new and exciting ways.

Only a few steps in almost any direction, you’ll find several parks and a beautiful ravine system that bisects the area from north to south. The Beach itself, though, is one huge stretch of sandy shoreline all the way to Woodbine Park.

There’s a long boardwalk that locals love strolling on, no matter the season, situated alongside the Martin Goodman Trail for avid cyclists. Although it never seems to stop, there are four distinct beaches: Balmy Beach, Scarboro Beach, Kew Beach, Woodbine Beach and don’t forget the secret beach.

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Our View of The Beaches

What do we think of the Beaches? We think it’s home! We love the community, the airy vibes, and the way that locals here love it. The pride of ownership is strong, which makes it a great place to raise families.

Our View of The Beaches

What do we think of the Beaches? We think it’s home! We love the community, the airy vibes, and the way that locals here love it. The pride of ownership is strong, which makes it a great place to raise families.