Homes for Sale in High Park
High Park North, High Park-Swansea, & West Bend, Toronto
High Park, also known as High Park North, is a (mostly) residential neighbourhood in Toronto, located just to the north of the large park from which it gets its name. The varied housing types, businesses, and proximity to High Park (the park) make this a highly diverse and desirable place to live in Toronto's West End. Browse High Park real estate listings directly below, or jump down to read more about this fascinating community.
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High Park Real Estate Listings
High Park Real Estate Information
High Park North is bounded by Annette Street (north), Dundas Street or the Kitchener/Pearson Airport rail line (east), Bloor Street (south), and Runnymede (west). Neighbouring communities include The Junction to the north, Junction Triangle to the east, Roncesvalles and Sunnyside to the south, Runnymede and Bloor West Village to the west, and Swansea to the southwest.
The area within High Park North that lies east Keele Street is also known as West Bend.
Homes & Property Around High Park
High Park features a tremendous mix of homes, housing types, and residential buildings. From large Edwardian detached houses built in the late 1800s, to modern high rise condos at High Park Village and Grenadier Square. The latter of these are easily accessible thanks to their central location and their proximity to both the subway station and Bloor Street.
The surrounding streets are lined with early 20th century homes, displaying Victorian, Tudor, and Edwardian styles. These older homes have a variety of classic features, like fireplaces and stained glass windows. Rich brickwork, wooden trim, and 3-story construction are all common as well, as are bay windows, balconies, and decorative brickwork.
A common type of home that you'll see in High Park is a narrow, 3-story house finished in red brick with white-painted accents. There will be a raised and covered porch with stark white pillars, a large window with forward-facing gable extending from the primary mass, and a steeply pitched roof with the odd dormer window poking out.
Another characteristic of this neighbourhood is the rows of mature trees that line the streets, providing a cozy canopy in the warmer months.
High Park Transport
The number 3 line of Toronto's subway system runs through High Park North along (or under) Bloor Street. There are three primary stations or stops within this area: Dundas West, Keele, and Runnymede.
Bloor Street is also the main commercial and commuter road through High Park. The street is home to many businesses, including restaurants, stores, and services, especially at Bloor West Village, just beyond the southwest corner of High Park North.
The area is also serviced by two streetcars and two bus lines along Dundas West. There are three buses which leave from Keele Station.
High Park North Community Amenities & Attractions
Obviously, the biggest attraction for this neighbourhood is the park of the same name. High Park (the park) is Toronto's largest public park, complete with its own lake (Grenadier Pond), miles of trails, wooded areas, and facilities. Facilities and attractions within High park include:
- High Park Zoo
- The Grenadier Cafe
- Hillside Gardens
- Jamie Bell Adventure Playground
- Shakespeare in High Park Amphitheatre
- High Park Outdoor Pool
- Sports facilities like ball diamonds, soccer fields, tennis courts, and an outdoor rink
Visitors can also fish in Grenadier Pond, view an abundance of cherry blossoms in the spring, and cross-country ski in the winter.
Outside of High Park, the wider community offers a host of amenities and recreational options. These include many smaller parks, recreation centres, and libraries.
High Park Schools & Education
The High Park community is home to many schools and educational institutions. These include:
- Indian Road Crescent Junior School
- Keele Street Public School
- Runnymede Jr. and Sr. Public School
- Annette Street Jr. and Sr. Public School
- Western Technical-Commercial School
- Humberside Collegiate Institute
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