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Leslieville is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada east of the Don River bounded by the Canadian National railway line and Gerrard Street to the north, Empire Avenue to the west, Eastern Avenue to the south, and Coxwell Avenue to the east.
Leslieville once mainly housed those who worked in the factories, and their departure has greatly changed the area. The reduction in air pollution and fumes has made it much more appealing to members of the middle and creative class. Leslieville is a neighbourhood in which the process of gentrification is beginning. Most common housing type: Semi-Detached
Most common housing style: 2-Storey with an average price of around 400,000 It is commonly referred to now as an up-and-coming neighbourhood, with new restaurants, shops and cafés slowly cropping up in the area. However, it is still a largely working-class and middle-class neighbourhood. In some of the former industrial areas, large film studios have opened, including Cinevillage and Showline Studios. Just to the south, in the Port Lands area, the massive new Pinewood Toronto Studios are being built.
Tree-lined streets, quaint cafes, and trendy restos are in this up-and-coming Queen East ‘hood. Dotted with low-rise buildings and indie businesses, Leslieville manages to keep cozy amid big-city commotion.
Schools in Leslieville
Please note that the schools listed below have very definite enrollment boundaries. Prior to purchasing a property, parents should phone the school where they are interested in enrolling their children, in order to confirm that they will accept children from the address being considering for purchase
Duke Of Connaught Jr & Sr PS