South Riverdale is located south of Gerrard Street East and extends all the way to Lake Ontario. Nestled between the trendy shops and restaurants of Queen Street East and the Chinatown of Gerrard Street East. South Riverdale has a little bit of something for everyone! Boulton Ave , Bertmount Ave, Austin Ave or Brooklyn Avenue for example, boast charming Victorian houses and period semi-detached and detached houses. Streets in South Riverdale tend to be one way, so there is very little vehicle traffic which adds to the sense of community in this popular neighbourhood. The well known Degrassi Street (of TV fame) can be found in South Riverdale.
For the outdoors or sports enthusiast, there's a wide variety of parks, the most notable among them being Tommy Thompson Park, which sprawls out into the waters of Lake Ontario and offers stunning views and recreational opportunities year-round. Just north of Queen Street East, Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre has an outdoor rink, an indoor pool, and hosts a variety of classes and clubs for children and adults. For those concerned about environmental or personal health, the South Riverdale Community Health Centre offers a variety of programs, workshops, clinics, and other services for the South Riverdale community. For a quiet day indoors, the Riverdale branch of the Toronto Public Library, located on Broadview Avenue near Gerrard, features a variety of books and audio books, a Computer Learning Centre with 14 workstations, and wireless internet access. Two well regarded schools are available for young children who live in South Riverdale, Dundas Jr and Queen Alexandra Schools while older children are able to attend Riverdale Collegiate Institute. Those with a fondness for the arts may decide to visit The Opera House on Queen Street East for concerts and other live events or the Projection Booth Cinema on Gerrard Street East for the best in independent film. There is no shortage of shopping in South Riverdale! Small retail shops such as The Leslieville Cheese Market and Quince Flowers on Queen Street East cater to those who prefer to stroll and maybe grab a quick coffee at the Darkhorse Espresso bar. Gerrard Square Mall, caters to those who prefer their shopping big box style! All in all, South Riverdale, has a lot to offer and is a wonderful Toronto neighbourhood to call home.
First time home-buyers value the time and effort Geoff takes to walk them through the process, teaching them the basics along the way. All of his clients benefit from Geoff's proven ability to find them homes that perfectly match their needs, expectations and budgets!
So whether you're looking to buy your first home, to upgrade or to downsize; whether your dream home is in The Beaches, Leslieville or Riverdale, Geoff is an experienced Toronto Realtor who is ready to go to work for you.
"Above all, I am dedicated and committed to my profession and to the Royal Lepage's Service Excellence and Higher Standards. I welcome your referrals, and will always do my absolute best to service my Clients."
Sales Representative, Royal Lepage Real Estate Services
Whether you are looking for homes in Riverdale, Leslieville or in the Toronto Beaches area, contact Geoff Hartle of Royal LePage at (416) 567-3425 today!