Located in the southwest corner of Etobicoke, Long Branch is the furthest west Toronto waterfront community. There’s a wide selection of properties in the area, including gorgeous waterfront properties with breathtaking views, luxury homes as well as moderate homes, townhouses and condos as you move closer to Lakeshore.
Located close to Humber College Lakeshore Campus, Long Branch offers a great opportunity for rental income. Despite its proximity to the city, the neighbourhood has a laid-back feel. In fact, many of the older homes located close to the waterfront were once cottages for Torontonians.
Long Branch real estate can range in price from the low $900s for a small home most likely in need of repair, to over $4 million for a modern waterfront property.
Real Estate Stats for Homes in Long Branch
|Average Sale Price||$1,126,219||$1,310,968||$1,494,886||$1,464,652|
|Percentage of List Price||103%||102%||103%||102%|
|Number of Homes Sold||85||88||76||68|
|Average Days on Market||23||23||11||16|
Real Estate Stats for Condos in Long Branch
|Average Sale Price||$631,955||$676,356||$736,918||$778,494|
|Percentage of List Price||100%||101%||103%||105%|
|Number of Condos Sold||114||132||149||71|
|Average Days on Market||15||16||16||17|
Our Favourite Things To Do
Long Branch is a laid -back community with lots of great restaurants and shops along Lake Shore Boulevard West. A few of our personal favourites are: Thrive Organic Kitchen & Cafe, Pulcinella Ristorante and Wine Bar, Fair Grounds Cafe and Roastery, Simon Sushi, The Port House Social Bar & Kitchen, The Empanada Company, and 850 Degrees Pizza.
The cycling, walking trails that meander along the waterfront throughout Long Branch are not to be missed. These trails connect to local parks and are a great way for neighbours to congregate. Marie Curtis Park with off-leash dog park, a large playground and a beach, Long Branch Park with a playground overlooking the Lake, and Colonel Samuel Smith Park with outdoor track, trails, excellent bird watching and one of the city’s most popular skating trails are some of the many parks located in Long Branch.
You can also enjoy canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, surfing, sailing. Two yacht clubs, an outdoor pool, a baseball diamond, a soccer field, tennis courts and indoor and outdoor skating rinks are all nearby.
Situated within close proximity to downtown, this neighbourhood a host of transit options, including Go Transit, the TTC, and easy access to the Gardiner Expressway. It’s also close to plenty of walking and cycling trails.
The Long Branch Go Train is walkable from most locations in Long Branch offering an easy commute to our downtown core.
Best Schools In Long Branch
James S Bell Junior Middle School is recognized as a quality neighbourhood school with a great balance of academics and extracurricular activities. Check out the link above to get more info about this school.