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Birch Cliff is a neighbour of The Beaches. But residents of Birch Cliff do not need to visit The Beaches to enjoy the beaches as it’s also right in their neighbourhood. Residents love to refer to their neighbourhood as Birch Cliff Village even though this area if full of all modern amenities as well as large business establishments.
Average household income in Birch Cliff is around $87,500 and the population is just over 13,000 which is increasing all the time. Most of the houses in the neighbourhood are detached and low-rise homes. But this trend is now changing as builders are buying large bungalows with decent frontage and converting them into high-rise buildings with many condos. This is benefitting home buyers as they can buy new condos in Birch Cliff less than the homes price in the neighbourhood.
Birch Cliff can be divided into two distinct segments namely Fallingbrook which lies to the south of Kingston Road and Birch Cliff that is situated to the north of Kingston Road. No matter which of these two sections you choose for your new home, you will find this area idyllic and perfect for living and raising your children.
Abundant green spaces and a proximity to downtown Toronto means this neighbourhood has a great attraction for the families. These families who have a desire to live in a waterfront property, Birch Cliff’s real estate is a wonderful investment opportunity.
Reaching downtown Toronto for work is quite easy here using GO station at Danforth. Buying a home in Birch Cliff becoming a great investment decision.