The High Park Neighbourhood contains a wealth of history dating back to the late 1800's. Situated in a unique area of Toronto is has easy access to the subway for a dream commute downtown. Historical homes of charm and grandier, many of which have had extensive renovations, keeping the old character but updating for today's conveniences.
The jewel of high park is High Park itself. The City's largest public green space which covers nearly 400 acres, including a historic museum and fish pond. From the north end of the park you can see the magnificent view of the lake. It's an incredible experience hard to compared to any "city core" in North America.
Enjoy a walk down Bloor Street where you can stop for an expresso and pastry or enjoy a unique shopping experience at one of the local deli's, markets and florists. There is also a community theatre in Bloor West Village.
In addition to the open green space and close proximity to the lake, High Park also boosts highly regarded schools including Humberside Collegiate which attracts many families with school age children to this neighbourhood.
For buyers looking into the area, it is suggested to hire a realtor. Homes often go fast and in many cases homes attract multiple offers. This is an area where it would be wise to be notified of new home listings immediately.