LIVING IN THE BEACH


Home to the Toronto Jazz festival, The Beach is a unique part of Toronto. Queen Street East is at the heart of The Beach community, it is characterized by Queen Street's interesting landscape, which offers both modern and quaint specialty boutique shops.  

The residential streets are lined with semi-detached and large-scale Victorian, Edwardian and more recently, modern housing. There is an extensive park system along the Waterfront as well as parks that follows a ravine system.  

With great schools, shopping, bars, restaurants and an overall amazing vibe, this is one of the finest places in Toronto to live.
 

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Freehold Statistics 

  2017 Q2 2017 Q3
Average Price $1, 210, 591 $1, 115, 164
PRICE: Low-High $615, 000 - $3, 600, 000 $585, 000 - 3, 425, 000
Number of Sales 191 115

Condo Statistics 

  2017 Q2 2017 Q3
Average Price $648, 417 $708, 628
PRICE: Low-High $285, 000 - $1, 140, 000 $300, 000 - 1, 350, 000
Number of Sales 40 31
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