High Park Toronto Real Estate
High Park North is mainly residential, containing many semi-detached homes built in the early 20th century. North of High Park, 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. It is a four-lane road and is commercial in with storefront-type businesses with residential second and third storeys. North-south roads include Keele Street and Dundas Street. Both are primarily residential within the neighbourhood.
This neighbourhood features, winding streets, towering oak and maple trees trees and is a bit hilly. This theme of natural beauty is anchored by High Park, which adds incalculable value to the homes for at least half a dozen blocks in every direction. These streets feature impressive Victorian, Edwardian, and Tudor homes, built during the late 19th and early 20th century. Some have been divided into duplexes and triplexes.
High Park Homes
Parks and Recreation
The city's largest cultivated green space, High Park - the city's largest and most popular park, a spectacular 400 acres with picnic areas, gardens, animal paddocks, a restaurant, an outdoor amphitheatre, sports facilities, a trackless train, an adventure playground and Grenadier Pond.
Other parks nearby:
Etienne Brule Park
High Park's winding tree-lined streets are lined with
Keele St. Jr & City Community Centre School
Indian Road Crescent Jr. School
Annette St. Jr. & Sr. School
Perth Avenue Jr. School
Humberside Collegiate Institute
West Toronto Collegiate Institute
Bloor Collegiate Institute
Runnymede Collegiate Institute
Kent Sr. School
Western Technical-Commercial School
As well as a host of separate and private schools.
The Runnymede Public Library at 2178 Bloor Street West and the High Park Public Library at 228 Roncesvalles Avenue both offer a myriad of programs for neighbourhood residents. Other easily accessible libraries include:
Swansea Memorial, 95 Lavinia
Annette Branch, 145 Annette
Parkdale, 1303 Queen W
Masaryk-Cowan Community Centre, 220 Cowan
Parkdale Community Centre, 75 Lansdowne
Holy Family Community Centre, 141 Close
High Park Toronto History
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