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Clonmore, which sits next to a conservation area, is just south of Warden Woods and the Taylor-Massey Creek, a leafy area with walking paths and an off-leash dog enclosure. It’s also a short trip from the Scarborough Bluffs and Toronto’s eastern Beaches.
“There’s no amenities building on the property,” says Nykoliation. “Freehold, stacked towns don’t require amenities, the way a condo building might. Instead, there’s access to many trail linkages and outdoor spaces.”
Now the question is how many beleaguered, tree-deprived downtowners are willing to swap their party rooms for a walk to the cliffs.
Pricing: $749,900 to $1,119,000. For more information, visit Clonmoretowns.ca or the sales office at 1488 Kingston Rd.
Downtown doesn’t have a monopoly on artisanal coffee. The Birchcliff offers small-batch beans (from Brothers’, in Oakville), craft brews (flat whites, lattes) and fresh croissants. 1666 Kingston Rd.
For a long time, Birch Cliff was known for its Irish ancestry, with over 30 per cent of locals claiming roots in the Emerald Isle. Jatujak signifies a diversifying demographic, offering authentic Bangkok street food such as khao soi and pad see ew. 1466 Kingston Rd.
Among Toronto’s private golf clubs, the Toronto Hunt is not only one of the oldest – it opened in 1843 – but might have the most beautiful location, with links looking out to the tree-lined shores of Lake Ontario. 1355 Kingston Rd.