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Birch Cliff

Birch Cliff NEIGHBOURHOOD GUIDE

30 Homes for sale | 6 Homes for rent

Description

Although it’s located in the far south-western corner of Scarborough, right next door to Toronto and just minutes away from The Beach, not many Torontonians are familiar with Birch Cliff. We think that’s about to change as the stock of single-family homes in Toronto dwindles and buyers are starting to open up their search criteria. Take a drive along Birch Cliff’s winding, tree-lined streets and it’s hard not to fall in love with this neighbourhood. In fact, we have team members here at property.ca who are planning their climb up the property ladder so that they can one day call a Birch Cliff house their forever home.

Within Birch Cliff, perched atop the Scarborough Bluffs, is the community of Fallingbrook. Residents here enjoy many of the benefits of living in The Beach without the congestion and day-trippers. This charming enclave of Scarborough runs between The Beach and the Toronto Hunt Club, south of Kingston Road. East of the Hunt Club offers better home prices for those looking under the $1M mark but don’t mistake its Scarborough address for a sign of less-than-luxury real estate. This is a highly-coveted, established and affluent neighbourhood.

Best For

Executives and families looking for high-end, stately houses for sale in Scarborough near the lake.

Overview

Although it’s located in the far south-western corner of Scarborough, right next door to Toronto and just minutes away from The Beach, not many Torontonians are familiar with Birch Cliff. We think that’s about to change as the stock of single-family homes in Toronto dwindles and buyers are starting to open up their search criteria. Take a drive along Birch Cliff’s winding, tree-lined streets and it’s hard not to fall in love with this neighbourhood. In fact, we have team members here at property.ca who are planning their climb up the property ladder so that they can one day call a Birch Cliff house their forever home.

Within Birch Cliff, perched atop the Scarborough Bluffs, is the community of Fallingbrook. Residents here enjoy many of the benefits of living in The Beach without the congestion and day-trippers. This charming enclave of Scarborough runs between The Beach and the Toronto Hunt Club, south of Kingston Road. East of the Hunt Club offers better home prices for those looking under the $1M mark but don’t mistake its Scarborough address for a sign of less-than-luxury real estate. This is a highly-coveted, established and affluent neighbourhood.

Why We Love Birch Cliff

The Homes are Simply Stunning

The houses themselves are the real selling feature of Birch Cliff. Whether they’re new builds or renovated historic homes, it’s hard to find an ugly home in the bunch. And if you do, snap it up immediately and renovate because you’ll get much better bang for your buck that way.

Birch Cliff houses offer an elegance, spaciousness and sense of grandeur that’s hard to find elsewhere in Toronto’s east end. Playter EstatesNorth Riverdale and The Beach offer some exquisite family homes but they tend to be on smaller lots. Being sandwiched so close together, Toronto properties lose the sense of stateliness that Birch Cliff homes are known for. Homes for sale in Scarborough Birch Cliff also offer better layouts for families than most houses in The Beach but you are sacrificing on walkability.

Ask an Expert

Colleen Doiron

Colleen Doiron

Real Estate Sales Representative

Phone:
4168828988