Homes in Leaside
The typical Leaside house is situated on a generous size lot with a private drive and a garage. Most of the houses contain beautiful wood trim, hardwood floors and a working fireplace.
Leaside's Tudor-style houses were built largely in the 1930's and 1940's. There is a good mix of two-storey detached homes, bungalows and semi-detached houses. A growing number of Leaside bungalows have had second storey additions, while others have been replaced by new custom designed homes.
During the 1990's a handful of exclusive condominium and townhouse projects have been built on the periphery of the neighbourhood. Leaside also contains some of Toronto's nicest rental apartment buildings, located on the east side of Bayview Avenue and on Leacrest Road overlooking the Don Valley Ravine.
Leaside Real Estate Update 2014
The 2014 real estate stats for Leaside indicate a very hot market. There have been 81 homes sold in Leaside so far this year with a combined 104% list to sale price ratio. While these sales averaged just 14 days on the market many were holding back offers for a week which means they sold on the first day they were accepting offers.
Three bedroom semi-detached houses are typically selling in the $675,000-$950,000 price range. Some of the older detached three bedroom homes are attracting bids from builders for as high as $1.2 million.Bunglaows on occassion now top over $1 million dollars. Detached houses from Leaside's original housing stock are selling for between $1-$1.7 million depending on the street and improvements. New custom homes in Leaside sell in the $1.7-$2.7 million price range.
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