Being one of the most popular neighbourhoods, Leasides’s boundaries are Southvale Drive in the South, Laird Drive in the East, Sunnybrook Park in the North. The area is named after William Lea & the Lea family, who were originally from Philadelphia, USA and became settlers in the early 19th century.

Up until 1998, Leaside was considered a part of the East York Township. In 1998, Leaside along with other neighbourhoods became a part of the new City of Toronto. The Leaside real estate constitutes mostly of 1930s and 1940s homes with generous lot sizes.

Notable Amenities at Leaside are:

1. Public Parks & Recreational Centres -Leaside Memorial Community Gardens, Serena Gundy Park, Trace Manes Park and Howard Talbot Park are some of the prominent parks and recreational centres in Leaside. 

2. Schools -Northlea Elementary & Middle SchoolBessborough Elementary and Middle SchoolSt. Anselm Catholic SchoolLeaside High School are some of the schools available for residents of the Leaside real estate.

3. Leaside Village - An shopping centre that meets the shopping needs of everyday life. It includes retail mixes such as grocery stores like Longos bakeries, banks, restaurants, spas, coffee shops, health service providers and specialty stores. 

Getting to Leaside by Public Transport:  

Leaside is accessible by the 56 Leaside Northbound, 88 South Leaside, 100 Flemingdon Park and 11 Bayview Buses.  

Future Prospects:  

With the average income of families residing in the neighbourhood being $216,630, the future of Leaside real estate is as bright as ever. Being an old and well developed neighbourhood, Leaside's real estate has been stably increasing and has one of Toronto's most sought after MLS listings.