Welcome to Leaside
Originally planned as Toronto’s “new Rosedale” in the early 1900s, Leaside surpassed expectations to become a popular neighbourhood and high-end housing district. Leaside's schools, recreation, parks, boutiques and restaurants attract diverse clientele.
What it's like
Leaside’s eclectic mix of homes caters to a variety of needs from mid-century, classic singles, semis and bungalows to new homes with all the latest gadgets.
Leaside garners high demand from upper-middle income families who value this neighbourhood as an ideal place to raise children, thanks to its abundant green space, fine selection of schools, and excellent access to public transit.
Recreation reigns supreme in Leaside with the multi-plex Leaside Memorial Community Gardens, Serena Gundy Park and Trace Manes Park. Pick your perfect picnic spot at Sunnybrook Park with its top-notch sports fields, an exercise trail, horseback riding stables and snack bar, or hit the baseball diamonds at Howard Talbot Park.