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Where to Buy Now: East End Danforth, because million-dollar homes, modest semis and co-ops commingle close to the Beach

Where to Buy Now: East End Danforth

The urban mix is the appeal of East End Danforth—a neighbourhood that has proximity to the boardwalk; manicured houses flying Beach flags; family-friendly Norwood Park; a southern fringe of stately detached Edwardians; co-op housing; semis in the $400,000 to $500,000 range closer to Woodbine; and new luxury townhouses. The sold-out townhouse complex Upper Beach Manors (above), near Main and Gerrard, invigorated real-estate activity in the area and inspired a doppelgänger, the new Upper Beach Townes, a collection of 32 houses split into two-level condos.

BOUNDARIES
Woodbine Ave. to Victoria Park Ave., Doncaster Ave. to Kingston Rd.
AVERAGE PRICES
2009: $429,026
2010: $470,180
2011: $499,022

*2011 averages reflect most recent data from January to August

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Where to Buy NowRealosophy
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