East York Toronto Realtor




In September 2016, The Weir Team continued to witness strong sales and selling prices for our sellers and buyers in the East York area and east of the DVP in general. Bidding wars, bully bids and multiple offers were in full play in neighbourhoods north of Danforth Avenue in Toronto.


The Weir Team is thankful to the more and more homeowners who are choosing us for stellar service and amazing results. Every house is different and our tailor-made gold package level of service nets our sellers so much more profit.


Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton have been busy buying and selling properties in and around East York.

Some of our recent sales include:

2 Holland Avenue

28 Holland Avenue

36 Holland Avenue

57 Holland Avenue

57 Joanith Drive

72 Westview Boulevard

662 Sammon Ave


Here’s a look at real estate market activity for the neighbourhoods of Broadview North, Crescent Town, Danforth, Danforth Village – East York, East York, O’Connor Parkview, Playter Estates – Danforth, Woodbine – Lumsden. These numbers and real estate statistics examine selling prices based on data provided by the TREB MLS Stratus system for the area referred to as real estate zone E03.


In September 2016, 77 properties were sold.


The average selling price was $954,359.


The highest price paid for a house in September 2016 in this area was $2,499,000. The lowest price paid was $399,900. The average days on the real estate market in this area was 10 days.


From most real estate transactions to the least: In September 2016, there were 17 sales in Danforth Village – East York, 9 sales in Woodbine – Lumsden, in O’Connor – Parkview there were 11 sales, in Danforth there were 11 sales, in Playter Estates – Danforth there were 5 houses sold, in East York there were 11 homes sold and in Crescent Town there were 11 houses sold in the month of September 2016.


The streets that were busy with real estate transactions were Aldwych Avenue, Amsterdam Avenue, Arundel Avenue, Ashall Boulevard, Balfour Avenue, Baltic Avenue, Barrington Avenue, Bayfield Crescent, Brenton Street, Broadview Avenue, Bryant Avenue, Cedarcrest Boulevard, Chisholm Avenue, Cosburn Avenue, Dentonia Park Avenue, Doncaster Avenue, Donlands Avenue, Doris Drive, Drayton Avenue, Durant Avenue, Eaton Avenue, Eldon Avenue, Floyd Avenue, Four Oaks Gate, Frankdale Avenue, Fulton Avenue, Glebemount Avenue, Glencrest Boulevard, Glenwood Crescent, Greenwood Avenue, Halsey Avenue, Holborne Avenue, King Edward Avenue, Kings Park Boulevard, Langford Avenue, Leroy Avenue, Lesmount Avenue, Linsmore Crescent, Lumsden Avenue, Marlow Avenue, Medhurst Road, Milverton Boulevard, Monarch Park Boulevard, Mortimer Avenue, O’Connor Drive, Parkview Hill Crescent, Plains Road, Plaxton Crescent, Rivercourt Boulevard, Rosevear Avenue, Sammon Avenue, Squires Avenue, Tiago Avenue, Westlake Avenue, Wiley Avenue, Wolverleigh Boulevard, Woodbine Avenue, Woodmount, Woodville Avenue and Woodycrest Avenue.

In September 2016, 58 of the houses in E03 sold were detached, 16 were semi-detached and 17 were bungalows.


For complete real estate data for your very own street or specific real estate transaction stats for anywhere in the GTA, please contact The Weir Team today. Our knowledge, experience and outstanding track record is why so many house sellers in the Toronto and Durham area are choosing Cameron Weir and Scott Hanton to sell their home. See for yourself why more and more buyers and sellers are choosing The Weir Team when deciding on real estate agents in Toronto.

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