About the Building
The Randolph - At 356 McRae Drive is a clean and well maintained boutique 5 storey building with only 50 Units. This handsome brick building is home to many proud long-term residents and shares its own strong sense of community.
Prime Leaside Location!
Situated in South Leaside at the corner of Randolph & McRae close to Laird Drive. Pretty tree-lined streets and cosy community boasting a proud sense of ownership! An ideal place to call home with all amenities nearby!
About the Neighbourhood
Lots of local shopping... Walk to the conveniently located plaza at the south east corner of Laird/McRae with many great stores including; Home Depot, Sobeys, LCBO, Starbucks, Best Buy, Golf Town, Sport Check and many more...
The newest shopping development, Leaside Village, located along Laird, has one of the largest Longo's in the City! To name but a few you will find The Beer Store, Tim Horton's, delicious cupcake shop, Linen Chest, Pet Valu, Against the Grain restaurant, Mucho Burrito and many more...
Bayview Avenue features an array of shops , banks, specialty stores, gourmet cafes and a huge variety of popular restaurants. Enjoy Cumbrae's meats, Alex Farm Cheese, Whitehouse butchers, De La Mer fish market, Epi Bread, Cobbs Bread, Hollywood Gelato, Rahier Bakery.
More local shopping can be found at the Sunnybrook Plaza located at the north-east corner of Bayview & Eglinton.
Extensive local recreation! Few Toronto neighbourhoods can match Leaside regarding sports & wellness. The Leaside Memorial Community Gardens at Millwood Road and Laird Drive is a multi-recreational complex that includes 2 indoor ice arenas, an indoor swimming pool, a curling rink and an auditorium.
Trace Manes Park located off McRae Drive is the home of the Leaside Tennis Club which has six tennis courts, a playground, baseball diamond and an outdoor natural ice rink which is in use from late December until the end of February. The Leaside Public Library is situated adjacent to the park.
Green space and parks surround! Enjoy nature and fitness activities in Serena Gundy Park and Sunnybrook Park. In addition to offering ideal picnic spots Sunnybrook Park features top notch sports fields, an exercise trail and horseback riding stables.
Superb school district attracts many families to this neighbourhood - Bessborough P.S., Rolph Road P.S., St. Anselm Catholic School, Northlea P.S., Leaside High School, Crescent School, Toronto French School, Junior Academy, Children's Garden Nursery School... to name but a few!
Transportation is a snap! Bus route #88 along McRae connects to the St Clair subway station or the #56 Leaside to Eglinton subway station connecting passengers to the Yonge-University subway line.
Motorists can be downtown in ten minutes via the Bayview extension which also links up with the Don Valley Parkway and a myriad of commuter highways.
Find out more about Leaside in our neighbourhood guide.
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