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Long Branch

Thinking of buying a house or condo in Long Branch, Etobicoke? Our guide to Long Branch real estate below, will help you decide if this is the neighbourhood for you!


Hover over each box to learn about The Vibe in Long Branch.

The Good

Easy access to transit and highways, great parks and trails!

The Bad

Shared driveways, many homes have no garages.

and......The Ugly

Older homes will need TLC.


The North Boundary of Long Branch is the CNR/Via Rails train tracks and goes South/West to Marie Curtis Park, a 100 acre park that border with Mississauga. The Eastern boundary of Long Branch goes to Twenty Third and Twenty Fourth Street to South of Lakeshore.



In the early 1900’s Long Branch was like cottage country for Torontonians who wanted to escape the hustle and bustle of downtown to enjoy a slower pace. Many of these cottage homes are still around today. This well established community has many shops owned and operated by local Residences. You could expect to enjoy water trails, picturesque views, vibrant shopping, library, cafe and more!


High schools are in New Toronto, just east of Longbranch and still within walking distance, check out our New Toronto link for more information on high schools.


Long Branch Loop is where you could get the 501 Queen Streetcar , Islington Bus 110, 110A & 110B, Shorncliffe 123 & 123A and MiWay (Mississauga) Bus 5 Dixie North & 23 Lakeshore.

Long Branch has their own GoTrain Station stop. Motorist have easy access to The Queensway, QEW, HWY 427 and a Brown’s Line ramp exit will take you south to Long Branch


Definitely not cookie cutter. You will find a good mix of everything from detached, semis, townhomes, stackable townhomes and condos. Many older houses are being torn down, lots severed and replaced with larger modern homes.




Many of the shops along Lakeshore are owner owned and operated which makes for a great community feel, some worth mentioning are:


Tyler Pope was raised in Parkdale where she lived for over 20 years. After graduating from Humber College she worked for a property management company and soon landed a government job. Although she learned a lot and made many great friends her passion was always for real estate

She purchased her first property in Downtown Toronto and soon had the itch to go more West-End. That was when she discovered the Long Branch community and has called it home for 10 years. Tyler is a member of the Long Branch Neighbourhood Association and Long Branch Heritage Committee and participates in many South Etobicoke festivals and events.

Page & Percival was the perfect fit for Tyler’s bubbly spirit as she wanted a brokerage that had the same passion for helping others, a strong support team, fantastic marketing and active in the community.

Tyler specialized in First Time Buyers, Leasing and Property Management.

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