3 Toronto Neighbourhoods You Can Buy A Home For Under $500,000 - Part 3

In the last part of our series we take a look at three more Toronto neighbourhoods where you can buy a home for under $500,000. We explore two west end neighbourhoods and one in the east end. 

We have covered nine neighbourhoods in our three part series but the search for a home under $500,000 does not end with only these nine neighbourhoods. There are many more throughout the city and we would be happy to send you more information so please contact us at info@wyhomesco.com.

W06 - Long Branch 

Long Branch is really beautiful and is only an approximately 10 minute drive to the Downtown Core (depending on traffic). Home to many bungalows and large lots it is has been a haven for builders that want to take advantage of the large lots and build big homes. Located along the lake, there has been a huge revitalization there within the last couple of years with many new restaurants opening along Lakeshore (and shockingly even a Starbucks). As well the developer Minto had their successful new town home project quickly sell out as many buyers are looking to move to this great west end neighbourhood.

 

W06 - Alderwood

Just north of Long Branch is the Alderwood neighbourhood that has also seen a great revitalization over the last couple of years. Easy transportation access makes this neighbourhood very appealing as it is close to the QEW and 427 highways. It is also close to shopping at Sherway Gardens. Home to many bungalows and semi-detached houses, residents love the very quiet and mature tree-lined streets. 

 

E04 - Clairlea-Birchmount

Located in the western part of Scarborough,  east of Victoria Park and along Danforth Ave, Clairlea-Birchmount is close to many amenities. Easy access to the TTC and many shops an restaurants along Danforth Avenue. Many of the homes are either bungalows or semi-detached houses with large lots as well which is making this neighbourhood very attractive to builders. 

 

To read Part one of our series click here 

To read Part Two of our series click here