The Leslieville neighbourhood feels like a small village with cozy homes on tree-lined streets quaint stores and shops. Despite the neighbourhoods location and proximity to downtown Toronto, it is considerably serene and peaceful.

The housing stocks in this neighbourhood include Ontario Cottages, Second Empire row houses, and Victorian houses built in the late 1800's. There are also newer built bungalow homes.

This neighbourhood is bordered by the Lake Shore Blvd East on the South, Coxwell Avenue on the East, the Railway line on the North, and the DVP on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Leslieville:

1. School and Eduational Facility: Morse Street Junior Public School, Bruce Junior Public School, Leslieville Junior Public School, Riverdale Collegiate Institute, Duke of Connaught Junior and Senior Public School, Roden Public School, St. Joseph Catholic Elementary.

2. Food and Restaurants: Ed’s Real ScoopGio Rana’s Really Really Nice Restaurant (Italian, Tapas/Small Plates), Tango Palace Coffee CompanySweet Bliss Baking CompanyChino Locos Original (Mexican), Rashers (Breakfast & Brunch), Bobbette & Belle (Bakeries & Dessert), Te AroPizza PideLady Marmalade (Breakfast & Brunch), Skin+Bones (Canadian), Bero restaurant (Spanish, Modern European)

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The main shopping district that runs along historic Queen Street, the India Bazaar on Gerrard Street East between Greenwood Avenue and Coxwell Avenue, the Greenwood Park, the S.H. Armstrong Community Recreation Centre, and the Gerrard/Ashdale Public Library.

Getting to Leslieville by Public Transit:

301, 501, 502, and 503 on Queen Street East - 72 on Carlaw Avenue - 306 and 506 on Gerrard Street East - 22 and 322 on Coxwell Avenue