At the corner of York Mills and Leslie streets in Toronto, you'll find this family- and pet-friendly rental community of newly renovated apartments with a long list of amenities.
Take in the fantastic views of the city, and enjoy upgrades including quartz countertops, parquet floors, new cabinetry, window coverings, stainless steel appliances, a dishwasher and microwave. With the proximity to schools, shopping, public transit and major highways, convenience and comfort intersect in North York.
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One of the perks of living here is the onsite Resident Service Centre. You'll also enjoy fitness rooms, laundry rooms in each building, green space, indoor and outdoor parking and a park right next door.
Residents love the community feel at York Mills and Leslie, and the location is ideal, close to the Don Valley Parkway, Highway 401, Leslie Subway Station and multiple bus stops. Travelling in and out of the city is easy, and coming home is even better.
Residents of York Mills and Leslie will love living in a feature-rich apartment building that is located near transit options and amenities in North York. Perfect for families, students, and young professionals, living here means that you can step outside your door and walk across the street for dining options, groceries, and nightlife options.
You’ll want to venture out of the neighborhood and over to the Don River, which cuts through a number of parks that have scenic cycling trails and community events. If you’re eager to explore the rest of Toronto then living at the corner of Leslie Street and York Mills means that you’re close to the Don Valley Parkway, which can get you into the heart of the city in less than a 20-minute drive. Enjoy amazing accommodations, a quiet neighborhood and much more when you choose to make your home at York Mills and Leslie.
At York Mills and Leslie you’ll be in the middle of a quiet neighborhood just outside of downtown Toronto. Your daily errands won’t be a problem with York Mills Garden across the street, offering easy access to Longo’s for your groceries. Once your errands are finished have a drink at The Goose, a bite to eat at Swiss Chalet or head over to the Don River to take a pleasant bike-ride through the community parks and into nearby Don Mills.
You’ll be spoiled for transit options if you choose to live in these North York apartment rentals; Highway 401 and the Don Valley Parkway are only a couple blocks away, and both a GO Station and TTC subway station are nearby.
Ample trails and bike paths are close to York Mills Road and Leslie Street, offering residents a scenic way to get around Windfields. It doesn’t get much better than being able to walk across the street to York Mills Gardens to finish all your daily errands.
If you want to use public transit you’ll have the option of taking the bus, subway or regional GO train to travel the area. Car-owners will love being able to quickly hop on either Highway 401 or The Don Valley Parkway to get out of the community and into the Greater Toronto Area or downtown Toronto.
It’s only a short walk to reach bus routes 51, 95, 115, 122 and 395 which can help you get around the neighbourhood. If you want to reach downtown Toronto then take a bus North on Leslie Street to either Oriole GO station or Leslie Subway station.
York Mills Gardens mall is right across the street, meaning residents can enjoy a short walk to grocery stores, great restaurants and other shopping options. If you want to enjoy the ample greenspace in the area then wander over to the Don River for scenic views and a relaxing atmosphere.
The Windfield neighbourhood has a network of bike-friendly paths in the quiet York Mills area that let you cycle through the neighbourhood and surrounding parks.
Driving here is made simple with quick access to two major Greater Toronto Area highways: The Don Valley Parkway and Highway 401. These highways can be used to travel East or West in the GTA, or to head further into downtown Toronto.