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    Homes for Sale in Weston, Toronto, ON

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    Buying a home in Weston

    The story of Weston begins in the 1790s, when the first residents settled into the area. The community grew on the banks of the Humber, until a flood destroyed part of the town in 1850. Weston became prosperous when the village received rail service — the Uber of its day — and enjoyed years of growth thanks to the rail industry. Weston lost its official township in 1967 when it became part of York, and in 1998, it became part of Toronto.

    In modern day, Weston offers a balance of residential living and easy access to commercial spaces — which is one of the reasons this

    York Crosstown neighbourhood has become popular with first-time home buyers. On quiet residential streets you’ll encounter a mix of newer and older homes — 2 storey houses, world war II homes, and bungalows. Plus, at least a dozen Weston condos, in a blend of traditional and modern high-rises, and townhomes.

    For families, there are schools in the neighbourhood and a community centre with youth programs. Weston Lions Park is located on the west side, and houses an arena, a swimming pool, tennis courts, and the Humber River Recreational Trail which continues to the north and south, connecting to parks along the way.

    Most businesses in the area can be found on Jane and Weston Road; here you’ll find fast food chains, financial institutions, cleaners, repair shops, and a number of service-based businesses; there’s also a small selection on Lawrence Avenue, and a shopping centre just north of the neighbourhood on Weston Road.

    Condo Life in Weston

    Most Weston condos are located on the western edge of the neighbourhood, which allows for views of the Humber River. Units here have great value and are well below the price per square foot of most Toronto condos. Additionally, there’s something for every kind of buyer — new, old, large, and boutique.

    Families who are looking for a spacious townhome with high-end finishes, can check out units at One Park West Townhomes; those on a tighter budget, can still find appealing suites in townhome complexes such as Lexington on The Green Condos.

    Buyers who want a high end condo with a generous layout, have spacious suites and luxurious finishes at The Riverstone Condos — where floor plans range from 1300 square feet to 3000. Weston condos are great for first time home buyers; units at River Ridge provide an excellent opportunity to break into the market. Amenities vary but condos offer the usual extras while townhomes provide larger floor plans and a private living experience.


    Weston is a pedestrian friendly neighbourhood — 73 Walk Score — allowing residents to run errands on foot. There’s also great access to public transit, with bus routes on all major roads and a GO station within the neighbourhood boundaries.

    Car owners who commute have it easy as well, as the 401 is just north of the neighbourhood, giving Weston the enviable trifecta of great transportation for pedestrians, public transit users, and drivers.

    Weston Overview

    The Locals: First-time home buyers, and diverse families of all ages.

    Code of Conduct: Residents buy their fruits and vegetables from local vendors and farmer’s markets.

    What You’ll Find: A neighbourhood with a small town vibe.

    What You Won’t Find: Subway lines.

    The Homes: Renovated or dated 2-storey homes, bungalows, townhouses, and high-rise condos.

    Sealing the Deal: A tight-knit community.