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2475 QUEEN ST E, Toronto - $1,178,000
2475 QUEEN ST E, Toronto

Gem Of An Opportunity. Renovated 5 Bedroom 3 Washroom Semi Detached Dream Home In Prime Beaches On Queen Street E. Steps Away Beach & Boardwalk Providing Beautiful City Views & Skyline! Beautiful Fenced Backyard With Deck & Mature Trees.Finished
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#507 -665 KINGSTON RD, Toronto - $2,160
#507 -665 KINGSTON RD, Toronto

New 2 Bed, 2 Bathroom 655+50 Balcony Sq Ft Condo With Parking & Locker Built By Streetcar In The Beaches/Upper Beach On The South Side Of Kingston At Southwood/Main. Featuring 9Ft Exposed Concrete Ceilings, Hardowood Floors, Balcony With Gas Hook Up
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Built in 1975, and situated at the foot of the Scarborough Bluffs, Bluffer’s Park beach is a sandy oasis. In the east end of Toronto, 20-story high white cliffs cover kilometers along the beach. The lake washed away the sand from cliff tops, forming the Cathedral Bluffs. Some say that if you put your ear on the bluff wall, you can hear the sand shifting. Even today, the bluffs erode quickly, about one meter a year.

The beach itself is sandy with a few pebbles at the water’s edge. The eastern most side of the beach is supervised and the water is shallower than other beaches. Other than swimming, beach goers can fish or hire a fishing guide to take you out on the water in search of sport fish. A full service restaurant and bar is located at Bluffer’s Park Marina, but there is plenty of park space for a picnic. On the west end of the park, there is a collection of storm water management ponds. They collect storm water from the city and filter it to help combat pollution in Lake Ontario. Along the bluffs there are also trails and wooden paths that take you around the ponds in the area.

To get to the beach you can either drive and pay for a limited amount of parking at the foot of Brimley Road, or take the 12 Kingston road bus to Brimley Road and walk down a hill that is definitely harder coming up then going down.

 

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Toronto is packed full of amazing Mexican restaurants that all deserve a spot on this list but if you want to hit up some of the best, use this list as an ultimate bucket list for taco spots. Don't miss out on any delicious tacos this summer!

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