Total Listings 22 Average Price $975,018 Highest Price $1,999,800 Lowest Price $2,800
Port Union Homes For Sale
The affluent neighbourhood of Port Union is located along the eastern border of Scarborough. As such, it not only enjoys a premium location along Lake Ontario, it also enjoys all of the conveniences of Scarborough and the Greater Toronto Area. It comes as no surprise that this community is often where those who commute to Toronto decide to live. Simultaneously, they can enjoy suburban living at an affordable rate while still making the most of big-city career opportunities. Near to the University of Toronto’s Scarborough Campus, a series of parks, and the Ontario 401 Express, residents of Port Union can enjoy a wealth of local services and amenities from a location that makes travelling throughout the area easy. Port Union homes for sale are highly desirable and opportunities to buy in this community are few and far between, so if you find a home you like, it’s important to act quickly to avoid disappointment.
MLS®#:E4698806 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Centennial Scarborough - Toronto
Well Maintained Historic Character Home Built In 1911. Very Desirable Street On A Much Sought After Section Of Lawson Road. Spectacular Mature Treed Lot Across From Adams Park. Long List Of Updates Including Updated Main Floor Bathroom, Painted In 2017, New Hardwood In Bedrooms, French Doors To Patio, Garage Door, Shingles, Eaves, Downspouts. Beau....More details
MLS®#:E4638855 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:Centennial Scarborough - Toronto
3500-5000 Sq Ft
Flawlessly Executed Classic Interiors~custom Built 4 Bedroom, 5 Bath Home Situated On A Beautiful Mature Treed 50X206 Ft. Lot. Stunning 4600 Sq.Ft. Home Features 10 Ft Ceilings, Open Concept Floor Plan, Gourmet Chef's Kitchen W. Centre Island, Butler's Servery, Granite Counters, Master Bedroom Retreat W. Spa Inspired Ensuite Bathroom~his/Her Custom....More details
Over a hundred years ago, when Port Union was first established in the 19th century, it was a small lakefront town well beyond the borders of Scarborough and Toronto. Yet as Toronto expanded and more and more people came to settle at the major centre, Port Union left its industrial roots behind in favour for an identity as an affluent, residential, lakeside community. Today, there are few traces remaining of the industrial lands that once lined the waterfront. In the 1990s, subdivisions grew from the shores along with paved walkways, bike paths, and parks.
The Port Union real estate market is characterized by some of the most prestigious homes in the area. Prices in this market often begin at $700,000 and extend well beyond a million. These handsome Port Union homes for sale each boast their own unique sense of style. Some have classic exteriors of red brick while others have adopted the clean lines and funky grey hues of modern architecture.
Inside, it is obvious that these homes were designed to provide residents with a high quality of life. Open-concept designs ensure floor plans feel spacious. Kitchens with expansive granite countertops not only add a beautiful natural marbling to an attractive space, they also provide a large, practical workspace where you can prepare meals. Bathrooms contain his-and-hers sinks and extra-deep soaker tubs where you can unwind after a long day. Backyard balconies offer residents a private outdoor space of their own where they can enjoy breakfast in the warmer months. Overall, these homes are every bit as beautiful as they are practical.
Amenities Near Port Union Real Estate
Because Port Union real estate is so conveniently located near Scarborough and Toronto’s downtown core, residents enjoy an exceptional selection of amenities.
When it comes to education, young learners can enjoy the centrally located public schools. The Sir Oliver Mowat Collegiate Institute is the local high school; it was founded with the principles of academic achievement, community involvement, alumni support, and excellence. There is also the Charlottetown Junior Public School for younger children. Parents will find that ferrying their kids to and from school is made convenient because of the fact that these two schools are within a block from one another. Additionally, a large park and the Toronto Public Library are across the street ensuring that kids have easy access to after-school entertainment at these venues.
For more mature students, the Scarborough Campus of the University of Toronto is nearby. The University of Toronto was founded in 1827 and has been recognized as one of the world’s best research-intensive universities and one of the top schools in Canada. At the Scarborough Campus, students can study everything from accounting, to anthropology, to biological chemistry, to computer science and more.
When it comes to recreation, residents will have plenty of opportunities to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. Port Union is almost completely surrounded by public parks, ensuring that no matter where you choose to live, you’ll have easy access to a place where you can take your kids to play and your dogs to run. Local parks include:
Colonel Danforth Park
Lower Highland Creek Park
Port Union Waterfront Park
Bill Hancox Park
Port Union Village Common Park
Port Union Waterfront Park was built as part of a revitalization project and features a 3.8 kilometer waterfront trail and a series of rock structures to ease erosion. For many locals, it is the perfect place to watch local wildlife, enjoy a day at the beach, or get some exercise.
To learn more about buying a Port Union home for sale, contact John Karevska. He’ll be happy to help you through every stage of the home buying process.
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