High Park Homes
Majestic oak trees envelope the undulating streets and sumptuous heritage homes of High Park. These words may be a little rich, but they are fitting for this incredible community that's anchored by Toronto's greatest greenspace.
Why High Park?
- Actively inclined couples, singles, and families are drawn to the natural beauty and architectural aesthetics.
- Nearby independent shops and restaurants thrive in the bustling, community-focused shopping districts of both Roncessvalles and Bloor West Village.
- Whether your destination is any point downtown, Mississauga, or beyond, commuting is super easy thanks to multiple subway stops, several streetcar routes, the Union Pearson Express, Gardiner Expressway, and Lakeshore Blvd.
- The 400 acres of park itself. Whether its wandering native stands of oak savannah, contemplating in cultivated gardens, fishing in Grenadier Pond, swimming, tennis, or visiting furry friends in its whimsical zoo, High Park offers everything you could want in an outdoor urban oasis.
Edwardian, Tudor, and Victorian homes from the late 1800s and early 1900s dominate the High Park housing stock. Many of these still have historical character elements intact, such as leaded glass and intricate mouldings, while some have undergone complete contemporary transformations, or conversions into multi-family dwellings. For neighbourhood downsizers and those looking to gain a foothold in the High Park real estate market, there are condo options of varying vintages from which to choose, many providing striking vistas of the neighbourhood and High Park.