Leslieville is a unique neighborhood that combines the charm of a small town with proximity to downtown. It's located east of the Don River and bordered by the Canadian National Railway, Gerrard St. to the north, Empire Ave. to the west, Eastern Ave. to the south, and Coxwell Ave. to the east.

Living in Leslieville


Leslieville boasts a unique atmosphere that sets it apart from other parts of Toronto. Residents are proud to call it home and highlight its perks, such as tree-lined streets, quaint cafes, safety, and a supportive community for small businesses.

This neighborhood offers a relaxed, family-friendly environment while being just a 20-minute streetcar ride (501) to the Eaton Centre. You'll never be bored with so many things to do in Leslieville!


On a typical weekend, you'll encounter many energetic people - some going to Torq for spin class, some donning stylish gear for yoga at Spirit Loft, and others starting their day with a morning run before a brunch-filled afternoon.

Families can be seen walking the streets, kids playing at the farmer's market, and prospective residents exploring homes and condos in the neighborhood.



Food And Drink


Lady Marmalade, a top brunch spot in the GTA, offers some of the best breakfast and lunch options in Leslieville. Known for their eggs benedict selection, with traditional and unique options like tomato, cream cheese, and pesto, it's a must-try for brunch lovers. Other savory and sweet dishes available, as well as healthy lunch options.

Eastside Social in Queen East is a seafood-focused restaurant with a memorable menu featuring skate schnitzel, smoked trout, and salmon tartare. Non-seafood options include grilled flank steak and fried chicken.

Ascari Enoteca in Leslieville is a beloved Italian restaurant with authentic options like spaghetti alla carbonara, carpaccio di manzo, broccolini fritti, and spiducci d'agnello. Everything, including the pasta, is made fresh daily.



Real Estate Market


Leslieville real estate is in high demand for those seeking a new home, due to its unique blend of historic and modern homes. The neighborhood boasts Victorian semi-detached homes from the late 1800s, as well as small, affordable starter homes for those who want to avoid the condo lifestyle. Leslieville is also known for its thriving live-work spaces, including industrial conversions and new-build lofts. These spaces attract creative professionals in advertising and design who appreciate unique spaces.

Leslieville is a neighborhood that has a community feel, and it's no wonder that it remains one of Toronto's most popular and desired up-and-coming areas.


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