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Long Branch

Long Branch is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario.


No matter the mode of transportation, it is convenient to travel in Long Branch. This part of Toronto is transit friendly. Property owners profit from the Long Branch Station with access to the Lakeshore West Line. The neighbourhood is linked by a few bus lines, and the nearest bus stop is usually very close. It is also convenient for pedestrians to navigate this area; many common errands can be run without needing to use a car. This part of Toronto is reasonably suited for bicycling as there are a fair number of bike lanes.


The closest grocery store in this part of the city is typically only a very short walk away. Furthermore, Long Branch is a fairly good place in which to go out to eat or go to a cafe. Home buyers have access to a good number of clothing stores within walking distance. Concerning education, parents and their kids will value that no matter where their house is situated in this area, daycares and primary schools are close by. On the other hand, Long Branch does not have any high schools. Parents are served by public and private elementary schools.


People who prefer a calm environment will enjoy Long Branch. This part of the city is quiet, as the streets are usually quite tranquil - although that is not the case around one of the railway lines. Lastly, this neighbourhood also features a fair amount of greenery; there are about 10 public green spaces nearby for residents to visit, such as Marie Curtis Park, and they are very well-spread out, which makes them easy to reach. Furthermore, residents will find that the tree canopy coverage for most streets is fairly good.


In Long Branch, around one third of dwellings are small apartment buildings, but large apartment buildings and single detached homes are also present in the housing stock. This neighbourhood is primarily composed of one bedroom and two bedroom homes. The proportions of homeowners and renters are about even. The homes in this neighbourhood are quite old, since roughly 45% of its dwellings were constructed pre-1960, while the majority of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 2000s.