Thinking of selling your Upper Beaches home? It is important that your property receives maximum exposure in order to sell for top dollar in the least amount of time. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto and as a resident of the Upper Beaches, I am able to market your Upper Beaches home on both a local and international level in a manner that demands top dollar. Contact me with any questions you may have about the selling process and to discuss how I can help you achieve your real estate objectives.
Are you considering buying a home in the Upper Beaches? Whether you are looking to buy a home within the Upper Beaches now or in the future, I can assist you with finding the perfect property for you. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the buying process. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto and as a resident of the Upper Beaches, I know real estate in the Upper Beaches really well. Contact me to discuss how I can help you find the perfect property to call home or the perfect investment property.
Are you looking to rent a home or condo in the Upper Beaches? The Upper Beaches is a great neighbourhood for a wide range of reasons including it’s convenient location, character and charm. As a full time, award winning, licensed Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate here in Toronto and as a long time resident of Toronto, I am happy and able to assist you with finding the perfect place to call home in the Upper Beaches. Contact me to learn how I can assist you with achieving your specific Upper Beaches real estate objectives.
What is known as The Upper Beaches today was once known as “Norway”. It is believed that the name Norway came from the native Norway Pine trees that were prevalent in the area at the time. The harvesting of these trees was one of the dominant industries at that time. At one point in the 1800’s, there was a toll gate located at the intersection of Woodbine Avenue & Kingston Road as many visitors would make their way to the community now known as The Beaches to enjoy the different amusement parks that were once located in that area.
The Upper Beaches is one of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods. Residents of The Upper Beaches enjoy a similar lifestyle as the neighbouring “Beaches” community located just to the south of The Upper Beaches. The Upper Beaches neighbourhood consists of similar style homes as The Beaches / The Beach community, including townhomes, duplexes, semi-detached homes, detached homes as well as low rise condos and apartment buildings. Historically, The Upper Beaches has consisted of slightly more affordable housing options when compared to “The Beaches” proper, making it an attractive community for young couples and families who are looking to make a transition from condo living to living in a home. The Upper Beaches is also an attractive community for professionals who work in the downtown core and the Financial District as it is a relatively short commute by car and many residents prefer to take the “Main Go Train” from the Go station located at 213 Main Street, Toronto, near Main and Gerrard. The Upper Beaches is the perfect place to call home for individuals who love the beach, tree-lined streets, older homes with lots of character, outdoor activities and more. The Upper Beaches is a great community for families, couples and singles. Regardless of your specific situation, I’m confident you will enjoy calling The Upper Beaches home. I know I do!
The Upper Beaches is known for its charming and historic homes as well as its tree-lined streets. Many of the homes date back to the 1800’s and 1900’s. Many homes still maintain their old character on the exterior with updated contemporary finishes on the interior. You can also find many homes that have kept their original design on the inside and out. The Upper Beaches include newer and older townhomes, semi-detached homes, detached homes, duplexes and low-rise condos and apartments. Unlike The Beaches neighbourhood to the south, The Upper Beaches consists of slightly more affordable housing options, making it a popular neighbourhood for young families, young couples, young professionals and empty nesters looking to downsize.
Thinking of making a move to The Upper Beaches or perhaps you’re considering the possibility of selling your home in The Upper Beaches? Contact me to learn how I can help.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within the Upper Beaches and surrounding area.
Morning Parade Coffee
1952 Gerrard St E, Toronto
763 B Woodbine Ave, Toronto
Yes Food Fair
1940 Gerrard St E, Toronto
The Corner Spot
1917 Gerrard St E, Toronto
The Make Station
1925 Gerrard St E, Toronto
Beach Hill Smoke House
172 Main St, Toronto
In Bloom Flower Shop
163 Main St, Toronto
763 Woodbine Ave Unit A, Toronto