High Park Neighbourhood Homes
The Goal is to publish High Park and High Park North Neighbourhood Homes for sale on a regular basis. for updated information click on this button on home page The High Park neighbourhood is home to a wide range of residents. Its highly regarded schools including Humberside Collegiate attract many families with school age children to this neighbourhood. In this website, you may find current list of homes for Sale in High Park Neighbourhood
High Park and High Park North Neighbourhood Homes contains a diverse housing mix. Families gravitate to the single family homes in the neighbourhood. There are also a large number of rental opportunities in High Park which appeal to singles and couples. The topography of the High Park neighbourhood features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering Oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.
Launched in 1998, the Jamie Bell Adventure Playground (located at 1873 Bloor St. W. in High Park) is a family meeting place that was inspired and built by the imagination and creativity of the local community and its children.
High Park and High Park North Neighbourhood Homes
or often simply High Park, after the park, is a Downtown west neighbourhood in Toronto. The Boundaries of the neighbourhood are Bloor Street on the South, on the west by Runnymede Road, on the north by Annette Street, Quebec Avenue and Humberside Avenue, and on the east by the CNR/CPR railway tracks.
High Park North is mainly residential, The neighbourhood has many semi-detached homes built in the early 20th century. North of High Park, and in High Park Ave the neighbourhood has several high-rise apartment buildings, built after the construction of the Bloor-Danforth Subway.
Bloor Street is the main east-west thoroughfare. with storefront-type businesses that have residential second and third storeys. North-south roads include Keele Street and Dundas Street. Both are primarily residential within the neighbourhood.
The oldest residential houses in High Park North were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s and are mostly Victorian, Edwardian and Tudor-Style .The houses are typically two- and three-storey, built with detached brick. Among remarkable architectural details and ornaments are leaded and stained glass windows, lush wood trims, French Doors, hardwood doors, and fireplaces.
Condominium buildings are located on Gothic, High Park, and Quebec Avenues near Bloor. They offer views of the park and from some balconies, Lake Ontario can be seen as well.