High Park

High Park is a neighborhood with that European vibe, very laid back, you can spend hours sitting in one of its many caffes just people watching. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the homes for sale in High Park:

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High Park is also an attractive neighborhood for its vast green space and its variety of housing options. Typically familes are attracted to the single family homes where as High Park rental opportunities appeal more to singles and cuples. The towering Oak trees, winding streets, and rolling hills make this neighborhood stand out among the rest.
If you are looking to see whether this neighborhood is for you or you have already moved in then be sure to check out the following: 
Real estate: 

High Park's future is many new condo buildings, construction has already started along the Queensway.
Shopping, Dining and Exploring:

Bloor West Village:  Known as ‘The Village’ is composed of many boutiques, European bakeries, food markets, and amazing restaurants. 
Junction Gardens Retail District

Whether you are a sports fanatic or you just want to soak up some sun High Park has it all.
High Park: This is a huge park encompassing 399 acres of public parkland. During the summer Shakespeare plays are hosted in the park’s theatre. This park also contains a fishing pond, the High Park Zoo, picnic grounds, playgrounds, a historic museum, the prettiest spring cherry blossoms, and Grenadier Café, a 300-seat restaurant and outdoor patio. Sport facilities include tennis, baseball, soccer, lawn bowling, swimming, and skating, as well as walking, jogging and cycling paths found throughout the park.

By Bus:Busses operate from the Keele station, south along Parkside Drive, along the east side of the park

By Streetcar: Streetcar lines at the east side of the park, at Parkside Drive and Howard Park Avenue. There is also streetcar service on the south side of High Park which stops at Colborne Lodge Road and The Queensway, just south of Colborne Lodge.
The Queen Streetcar travels 24 hours a day and there are numerous subway stops on Bloor St.
By Subway: The High Park and Keele subway stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line are to the north of the park