Lome Irwin Real Estate Team

Real Estate Team


Lome Irwin - LeasideWith abundant green space, parkland, and excellent schools, Leaside is one of the most popular neighbourhoods for Toronto families.

Sitting West of the Don River Leaside expands to Bayview Avenue to the West, Eglinton Avenue East to the North and Moore Avenue to the South.


  • Style: Tudor style homes built largely in the 1930’s and 1940’s.
  • Home style: Two-storey, semi-detached, detached, bungalows, condominiums, apartments.
  • Lot sizes: Average – large.
  • Driveways: Private, shared.


  • Bayview Avenue shopping district
  • Eglinton Avenue shopping district
  • Wide variety of shops and restaurants
    • Many geared towards children and families
  • Specialty stores
  • Pubs
  • Grocery and convenience
  • Leaside Centre


  • Leaside Memorial Community Gardens
    • Multi-recreational complex
      • Indoor ice rink
      • Indoor pool
      • Curling rink
      • Auditorium
  • Serena Grundy Park
  • Sunnybrook Park
    • Sports fields
    • Walking/biking trail
    • Horseback riding stables
    • Snack bar
  • Trace Manes Park
    • Leaside Tennis Club
      • Six tennis courts
      • Children’s playground
      • Baseball diamond
      • Outdoor natural ice rink
  • Leaside Public Library
  • Howard Talbot Park
    • Two baseball diamonds


Bus service winds its way through the interior of the Leaside neighbourhood, south of Eglinton Avenue and connects to the St. Clair subway station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line. Bus routes on Bayview and Eglinton Avenue connect to the Davisville and the Eglinton stations also on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line.

Motorists can be downtown in ten minutes via the Bayview extension which also links up with the Don Valley Parkway and commuter highways.


(P) Northlea, 305 Rumsey Rd., (416) 396-2395

(P) Bessborough Drive, 211 Bessborough Dr., (416) 396-2315

(P) Rolph Road School, 31 Rolph Rd., (416) 396-2435

(PH) Leaside High School, 200 Hanna Rd., (416) 396-2380