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    Patrick Hauer

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    RE/MAX Edge Realty Inc., Brokerage

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    $899,000

    70 Fourth St

    MLS®#:W4732100
    Status:For Sale 
    Type:Residential
    Community:New Toronto - Toronto
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    This Charming Move-In Ready Detached Home In South Etobicoke Is Waiting For You! Upgrades Throughout This 2-Bed, 2-Bath Brick Bungalow. Spacious Living And Kitchen Area With Hardwood Floor, Fireplace And Crown Moulding. Updated Eat-In Kitchen With Quartz Counter Tops And Stainless Steel Appliances. Steps From The Waterfront And Ttc. Minutes To Go T....More details

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    $1,650,000

    120 Fourth St

    MLS®#:W4719477
    Status:For Sale 
    Type:Residential
    Community:New Toronto - Toronto
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    Best Location Close To Lake Shore. Attention Builders/Investors/End Users. Rare 50X114.80 Feet Lot. Severance Approved For 2- 25X114.80 Lot. Sold As It Is . Full Architectural Drawings For 2 Detached Homes Approx 2700Ft Of Living Space On Each Lot. Great Location In Mimco Area.Development Fees Not Paid Yet .Currently A House Need To Be Demolished ....More details

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    $1,198,000

    109 Eighth St

    MLS®#:W4730579
    Status:Sale Pending 
    Type:Residential
    Community:New Toronto - Toronto
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      1500-2000 Sq Ft

    Charming Family Home W/ Modern Updates. Approx 2500 Sqft Of Living On 3 Flrs. Spacious Living/Dining Boasts Fireplace & New Windows. Convenient Main Flr Powder Rm + Bonus Media Rm. Family Size Kitchen Perfect For The Urban Chef W/ Lots Of Counter Space & Storage. Spacious Master Fits King Bed, W/I Closet, Gas Fireplace & W/O To Balcony. Renovated 5....More details

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    New Toronto is located along Toronto's western beaches. It is a neighbourhood in transition as the industrial corridor located at the north end of the neighbourhood has recently been converted to residential zoning. Industry is gradually moving out of New Toronto and plans are underway for new home developments in this part of the neighbourhood. 



    At present New Toronto is home to residents from a wide mix of cultures and incomes and includes a large senior's population. Some of the selling features of this neighbourhood are the bicycle trail, convenient TTC and Go Transit service, affordable homes and quick access to downtown Toronto via Lake Shore Boulevard. 



    New Toronto's small frame and brick bungalows and modest two storey houses were built largely between the 1910's and the 1950's. Larger single family homes are located closer to the lake, south of Lake Shore Boulevard. 



    History

    New Toronto's history dates back to the 1890's when it was planned as a working town. This plan became a reality in 1906 when the Grand Trunk Railway opened repair shops, a roundhouse and a freight yard in New Toronto. The railway attracted industry to New Toronto. The area's largest employer was the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company which established a plant here in 1917. 



    New Toronto's rapid growth led to its incorporation as a Town in 1920. Frank Longstaff, in Villages of Etobicoke, recalls that during this period of prosperity, New Toronto touted itself as having the "highest value of manufacturing per square mile in North America." Thanks to this strong industrial base New Toronto was able to maintain one of the lowest residential tax rates in the Toronto area throughout much of its history. 



    In 1967, New Toronto was amalgamated with the former Township of Etobicoke, however it never lost its sense of identity as a working class town. Now, in the 1990's, the local industry is gradually being replaced with new home developments which are attracting more professional people to this neighbourhood.