In 1797, Colonal Samuel Smith owned a 500 acre piece of land that is now known today as Long Branch. When Smith passed away in 1826, his children took possession of his estate before selling the land to James Eastwood in 1871. Eastwood cut and sold all of the pine and oak trees in the area. Long Branch was mostly developed between the 1920’s and 1950’s.
Long Branch is a great community for families and for those who commute into Toronto’s downtown core for work. The neighbourhood includes beautiful waterfront parks, waterfront trail, local arena and more. Over the years, the neighbourhood has seen many of it’s older homes being replaced with larger and more modern homes.
Most of the homes in Long Branch were built in the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s and include two storey homes, semi-detached homes and bungalows. Many of the older homes have been replaced with larger and more modern homes.
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Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Long Branch and the surrounding area.
Pulcinella Ristorante & Wine Bar
3687 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
Southside Jonny’s Bar & Grill
3653 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
3559 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
RBC Royal Bank
3609 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
3329 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
3719 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
Fair Grounds Organic Cafe & Roastery
3785 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke
3730 Lake Shore Blvd W, Etobicoke