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154 SCARBOROUGH RD, Toronto - $1,389,000
154 SCARBOROUGH RD, Toronto

A Classic Beach Home In A Superb Location On Tree-Lined Scarborough Rd. Nestled On A Lovely Deep Lot, Within A Child Friendly Walk To Good Schools; A Short Stroll To Queen St E & The Shops Of Kingston Rd; And Convenient To The Downtown Core & Ttc.
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92 NEVILLE PARK BLVD, Toronto - $1,499,000
92 NEVILLE PARK BLVD, Toronto

""Majestic"" Hill Top Three Storey Beach Property On A Quiet Cul De Sac In Very Desirable Neville Pk Area! Has 3 Units, 3 Seperate Ent. Live In, Or Rent Out. Can Assume 3 Tenants. Steps To Ttc & Lake, Balmy Beach School District. Newly Renovated
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This iconic beach is one in the record books. From 1922 to 1955 Sunnyside was the beach to go to. Old black and white photos recall concerts by Count Basie and Duke Ellington. The Toronto Railway Company used to send free streetcars to the city’s beaches. The Gardener Expressway cut the beach from the rest of the city so you have to cross the highway to get to the beach from Roncesvalles, Parkside or Colbourne Lodge. Sunnyside is not immune to the beach’s sewage pollution and algae blooms; for decades the city’s under-equipped system would flush itself into lake Ontario and every time it rained the sewage would wash ashore.

But in the last 20 years the beach has been ongoing a subtle makeover. In 1980 the bathing pavilion was renovated and in 2002, new storage tanks were built to help keep sewage off the beach. In 2006, Palais Royal re-opened its doors, instilling old glamour back into the beach.

The water is not the cleanest, but it passes water tests 75% of the time. But swimming is not the main reason to come to Sunnyside Beach. The boardwalk and waterfront trail are some of the best in the city. The vast beaches provide a great setting for sunrises and sunsets. The smooth water created by a protective breakwall attracts paddlers and rowers of all ages.

On the east side of Sunnyside beach is Budapest Park, in memory of the Hungarian uprising in 1956. The park adds even more grass and trees for park goers to enjoy. The Sunnyside Café offers refreshments and food, a perfect combination for the view you have over the water. There is a TTC bus, the 313 Jane, but the root changes regularily.

 

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Toronto's best Taco spots

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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