| | |

Living in Leaside

The largest recreation centre in Leaside is Leaside Community Memorial Gardens, which includes an indoor swimming pool, ice rink, a curling rink, and a large auditorium. Serena Gundy Park covers 62.6 acres and is used for picnicking and hiking in the summer, and cross country skiing in the winter. 

Trace Manes Park is home to the Leaside Tennis Club and boasts six tennis courts. Other facilities in the park include a playground, a baseball diamond, and an outdoor ice rink in winter. Howard Talbot Park features two baseball diamonds, a splash pad, and a water playground. 

The commercial strip of Bayview Avenue from Millwood Road to Soudan Avenue is one of Toronto’s best midtown shopping districts. With a comfortable mix of big box stores, smaller chains, antique and indie shops, sport and fitness clubs, as well as health, beauty, and fashion boutiques, this up-market retail strip is within walking distance from most homes. Bayview Avenue is also known for its wide selection of specialty food shops and a wonderful choice of restaurants and pubs to suit any craving or quench any thirst.

People in Leaside

Most people in Leaside are upper middle class families.

Real estate in Leaside

There are mostly single-family homes in traditional Tudor-style designs dating between the 1930s and ’40s. There is a good mix of two-storey detached and semi-detached houses, and while a large number of bungalows have been replaced by new custom designed homes, an overriding effort has been made to keep architectural exterior details in place, such as leaded glass, cut stone, and wide wooden trim.

Must-visit in Leaside

  • Hollywood Gelato: a cafe-style space that offers 22 house-made gelato flavours, pastries, and cupcakes in a bright space

Real estate stats in Leaside

  • Total Listings: 56
  • Average Price: $2,029,200
  • Walkscore: 59

Leaside Listings For Sale

Client Reviews

Read what buyers, sellers, and investors from across Ontario are saying about working with Bosley Real Estate.