The Beaches is located to the East of Toronto’s downtown, stretching from Coxwell east to Victoria Park. The lakefront is divided into four communities; Woodbine Beach, Kew Beach, Scarboro Beach, and Balmy Beach. Its proximity to downtown Toronto and many great schools makes it the perfect home for many professionals and families.
The Beaches looks and feels more like a lakeside resort town, than a big city neighbourhood. During the summer months, you will see thousands of Torontonians and tourists walking on The Boardwalk, jogging along the Martin Goodman Trail, soaking up the sun by the water, or dining at restaurants along Queen Street East.
By The Numbers
Population: 21,135 – Average Home Price $1,300,000 – Average Condo Price $585,000
Detached Homes 41% – Semi-detached Homes 26% – Town Homes 4% – Condos 24% – Other 5%
Ed’s Real Scoop – 2224 Queen St. East
Fabulous selection of ice cream and gelato. Located in The Beach, be prepared for a line! The staff understand the hard decision you’re about to make, so they will happily let you try some before you take the plunge.
Brick Street Bakery – 1969 Queen St E
Nice and quaint bakery with a huge selection of great snacks and cheap meals made fresh.
Green Eggplant – 2024 Queen St E
The food is fresh and plentiful, service is great and attentive the atmosphere is welcoming and wonderful!
The Beaches Schools
- Adam Beck Junior School – Rating: 7.4
- Balmy Beach Junior School – Rating: 8.9
- Kew Beach Junior School – Rating: 8.6
- Kimberley Public School – Rating: 8.3
- Norway Public School – Rating: 8.2
- Williamson Road Junior School – Rating: 7.3
- Malvern Collegiate Institute – Rating: 7.9
- Neil McNeil Catholic Secondary School – Rating: 8.9
- Notre Dame Catholic Secondary School – Rating: 8.4