Leslieville, a Toronto neighbourhood, is east of the Don River. It is bordered by the Canadian National railway line to the north and Gerrard Street, McGee Street, Eastern Avenue, and Coxwell Avenue, to the east.
Liberty Village's large number of large apartment buildings is a key part of its character. This area consists mainly of one- and two-bedroom homes. About equal is the split between renters and homeowners. This area saw its greatest construction boom in 2000. Therefore, most of the housing stock available is from that era.
Property owners have several options for transportation in this area. The area is very transit-friendly due to the proximity of several bus lines. Walking is easy in Liberty Village. It’s also convenient to run daily errands. There are many different businesses nearby. Many people use their bikes because they are only a short distance from bike-share stations.
Daycares and primary schools can be found in the neighbourhood, so families will find it easy to get around. Liberty Village doesn’t have any high schools. It is easy to find both a general and specialty grocery store within walking distance of most homes in this area. There are 50 restaurants and cafes around this area, so you can always find a place to grab a bite to eat or a drink. You can also find a great selection of clothing shops within walking distance.
Liberty Village is an excellent area for home-buyers who love both outdoor and indoor activities. There are many areas in this neighbourhood that offer a lively atmosphere. There are many entertainment options, including a variety of bars and restaurants, so the streets are always bustling with people. Atlantic Avenue is a lively street in this area. The area is also lacking in greenery. However, residents can easily reach the green spaces nearby.
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