Mimico – Waterfront Living
This older part of town has brought in a new wave of people.

Once it was motels that lined Lakeshore Blvd but they have been replaced by modern high-rise condos and with it has brought a young hip vibe. Expect to enjoy scenic waterfront parks, excellent recreational facilities, sport clubs, boardwalk, great restaurants, farmer’s market, parks, trails and outdoor recreation.

This community has both charming older homes and modern new developments. You will find detached, semis and townhomes but what it’s popular for are the condos along the waterfront.

New Toronto – Cultural Mix
New Toronto has a great mix of home styles. You will see more semis and row homes on the North end of this community which is why there are not as many teardowns and rebuilds BUT a fair number of those homes have been renovated inside from top to bottom, so… don’t be deceived by outward appearances as the beauty lies within.

Long Branch – Toronto’s Village by the Lake
In the early 1900’s Long Branch was cottage country for Torontonians who wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown to enjoy a slower pace. Many of these cottage homes are still around today. Definitely not cookie cutter. You will find a good mix of everything from detached, semis, townhomes, stackable townhomes and condos.

This well established community has many shops owned and operated by local Residences. You could expect to enjoy water trails, picturesque views, vibrant shopping, library, cafe and more!

Alderwood – Community Comfort
There is a sense of family and community which is strengthened by an active neighbourhood and school association. A lot of the homeowner have lived their for 20-30 years or more but recently there has been a moving trend and you will feel a new spirit of young families coming to town. Predominately detached, definitely pride of ownership, well manicured lawns, separate private driveways and larger lots.