SOLD: 35 Carnahan Terrace, Toronto Lovely modern and almost new Upper Beach Estates multiple storey brick townhome available. On a quiet street close to the Victoria Park and Main Street TTC Subway Stations, the Gerrard Streetcar and the GO Train. Open concept living room with large windows, 3 bedrooms upstairs with soaring ceilings in the master with its own… Read More

SOLD: 10 Enroutes Street, Toronto Gorgeous, Modern 3 Bedroom Upper Beach Estates Semi-Detached House, Single Car Garage & Long Private Drive. Large Fenced Yard With Patio Area For Entertaining. Hardwood Floors In Living Room. Eat-In Kitchen, Granite Countertop, Stainless Steel Appliances, Lots Of Storage Space. Master Suite On 3rd Floor Has Walk-In Closet & Ensuite Bath With Soaker Tub…. Read More

SOLD: 159 Drayton Avenue, Toronto Updated with flare, spacious detached home within walking distance of Danforth Coxwell subway station. Walk to Danforth Avenue shops or jump on your bike for a short ride to the Beach. 3 + 1 bedrooms, 2 full luxurious baths, gorgeous walk through kitchen with lots of counter and storage space, granite countertops with stainless… Read More

SOLD: 261 Cedarvale Avenue, Upper Beaches / Danforth, Toronto

httpvh:// Affordable detached 2+1 bedroom home in the Upper Beaches / Danforth area of Toronto. Many recent upgrades include kitchen and gorgeous bath on main level. Basement potentially could be used as an in-law suite with private entrance, and it has its own kitchen and a full four piece bath. Exterior Features Solid brick home… Read More

Parking in The Beach: “You’re an arrogant pig”

Episode 382 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing video blog. Parking can be a sensitive topic in Toronto, and is even more so on The Beach’s long, narrow residential streets. When George O’Neill parked his Smart car a few days ago, he received a little note on his windshield. Here’s an excerpt of what it… More

EV Fest Toronto and the future of the electric car

Episode 311 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing daily video blog. Are electric cars an (exhaust) pipe dream? Maybe not. On Sunday, October 17th, Gregory took a trip to see EV Fest, Toronto’s first gathering of electric and hybrid vehicles. Dozens of electric and hybrid cars, trucks, SUVs and bikes were being showcased by hobbyists… More

Enjoy the fall colours of Toronto Beach’s Kew Gardens

Episode 310 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing daily video blog. George O’Neill shows you the autumn leaves in Kew Gardens in The Beach neighbourhood, Toronto. httpvh:// Kew Gardens is the central recreational area in the Toronto Beaches. It’s beautiful in the summer, but it’s pretty in the fall as well.

Asian food is just 5 minutes from The Beach

Episode 309 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing daily video blog. George O’Neill is at the T&T Supermarket on Cherry Street near downtown Toronto to show you that if you have a hankering for Chinese, Korean or other Asian groceries, it’s only a five minute drive from The Beach neighbourhood. httpvh:// We were also at… More

Condo living at Broadview Lofts in Riverdale, Toronto

Episode 294 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing daily video blog. George O’Neill highlights the Broadview Lofts, a condominium at the corner of Broadview Avenue and Eastern Avenue in the south of the Riverdale neighbourhood. It’s a nice location for hopping on the Gardiner Expressway or Don Valley Parkway, and just over the Don River… More

How is picking a real estate agent like picking a politician?

Episode 293 of the Toronto Real Estate Musing daily video blog. It’s election year in Toronto, and all the political candidates are fighting for votes. George O’Neill observes that choosing a politician can often be a lot like choosing a real estate agent. httpvh:// We both have our big, colourful lawn signs. We both have… More