Long Branch is a well established neighbourhood that is currently is in transition with many new home developments being built along Lakeshore Boulevard. Being a lakeside village that is blessed with many fine attributes including picturesque waterfront parks, a local arena, a public library, a waterfront trail, a Go Transit station and a vibrant shopping district, Long Branch is definitely a good place to look into your next real estate investment.

Long Branch is bounded by the Lake Ontario on the South, Twenty Second Street on the East, the Railway Ling on the North and the Etobicoke Creek on the West. 

Notable Amenities at Long Branch:

1. Schools: a list of schools in the vacinity of this neighbourhood include the Twentieth Street Junior Public School, Christ the King Elementary Catholic School, and the Humber College Lakeshore Campus.

2. Food and Restaurants: Check out popular local eateries such as the Sushi Kaji Restaurant, The Pie Commission, the Dimpflmeier Bakery, Anatolia Restaurant, Paul & Sandy's Real Barbeque Co., Tom's Dairy Freeze and much more!

3. Leisure and Recreation: The Marie Curtis Park has a supervised sandy beach with picnic areas as well as where the Toronto Waterfront Trail connects to the Etobicoke Creek Trail, which offers miles of fitness and leisure activities. Birch Park features two tennis courts and a children's playground and Long Branch Centennial Arena offers public skating as well as ice hockey and ringette programs.

Getting to Long Branch by Public Transportation:

The Long Branch Go Station Rail is conveniently located at the North-West corner of this neighbourhood. The streetcar routs 301, 501, and 508 and bus route 110 runs along Lakeshore Boulevard West, which goes right through Long Branch.