This east-end neighbourhood forms part of the broader neighbourhood of South Riverdale. Leslieville began as a small village in the 1850s, which grew up around the Toronto Nurseries owned by George Leslie (1804-1893) and sons, after whom the community is named. Most of Leslieville's residents were gardeners or were employed at one of the brick-making factories in the area. Leslie's home at Queen and Leslie no longer exists but the general store remains on Queen east of Jones Avenue.

Leslieville once mainly housed those who worked in the local factories, and their departure has greatly changed the area. Leslieville is a neighbourhood which gentrified rapidly between 2000 and 2010 when it was commonly referred to as an up-and-coming neighbourhood, with new restaurants, shops and cafés catering to its new populace popping up. In 2005, an article in the New York Times proclaimed Leslieville to be Toronto's hippest place to dine, drink, shop and live. Several industrial buildings in the immediate area, including north along Carlaw, have been revamped into condominiums.[2] Despite the average house costing just under a million dollars, it still has a largely working-class and middle-class sensibility. Most of Leslieville is middle class. In some of the former industrial areas large film studios have opened, including Cinevillage and Showline Studios. Just to the south, in the Port Lands area, the massive new Pinewood Toronto Studios have been built.



The Home Investment Value Analysis (or HIVA for short) allows you to see trends in home prices in .
Combined with the knowledge, experience and skills of your REALTOR®, the HIVA allows you to better understand these trends and how they can affect the market value of properties in . It also provides you with the best options to approach your life's most important investment decision with greater confidence.

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This chart illustrates the average price appreciation of Properties over 1 year, 3 year, 5 year and 10 year periods. It also compares the price appreciation of Properties

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Now let's take a look at some more indicators from the most recent real estate market activities in that can help you better understand the current status and trends of the real estate market in this city.

Average Market Price

The chart below displays the monthly trend of average market price for all type of properties in . Note that each point on this chart demonstrates the average sold price of the properties in a given period, and may fluctuate severely if the quality and standards of the listed properties vary greatly.

Average Days on Market

DOM or Days on Market indicates the number of days from the listing date of a property to the date that property has been sold. This chart indicates how in-demand properties are in and how this demand has fluctuateds over the span of a year.

Market Activity

We can see how active the market has been in , by comparing the number of newly listed properties in a given period with the number of properties that have been sold and the number of active properties still remaining at the end of the period. The more properties are listed and sold, the more vibrant the market is in any given community.

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Now let's see How Many Properties have sold in during the last monthly and for How Much.

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NOTE: The MLS benchmark price is to track price trends and consumers should be careful not to misinterpret index figures as actual prices. Benchmark properties are considered average properties in a given community and do not reflect any one particular property.

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