A Quiet Neighbourhood North of the Park

Welcome To High Park North

This quiet neighbourhood can feel like a hidden gem when people first discover it.  With mature trees and historical homes situated between High Park, the Junction and steps to Roncesvalles, it is hard to resist this neighbourhood!

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Location of High Park North

This neighbourhood is bound by Runnymede to the West, Dundas to the East, Bloor to the south and Annette/Humberside to the North.

5 Reasons You'll LOVE it:

5 Reasons You'll HATE it:

REASON 1

Restaurants, cafes and shops on Bloor St are fantastic.

REASON 1

If you are not mobile by foot, driving and parking at stores/shops in the neighbourhood can be stressful.

REASON 2

You are walking distance to Roncesvalles, Bloor West Village and the Junction.

REASON 2

The area is busy, you may need to plan ahead for dinners.

REASON 3

The homes…. they are gorgeous….

REASON 3

With beautiful homes comes higher price tags….

REASON 4

The schools are excellent.

REASON 4

Confirm ahead of time that the school in your area is accepting more students – the school boards have been known to reconfigure.

REASON 5

The Bloor Line of TTC runs right across the bottom of this area for easy TTC commutes.

REASON 5

Pool size lots are harder to find – you may need to settle for a quaint deck.

Home Styles In High Park North

Similar to High Park, the homes can be grand.  Detached and semi detached Victorians are common.  

01.

Detached

The size of many of the detached homes in the area lends them to being converted into separate rental units.  These homes tend to have porches that are perfect for summer nights.

Many have been brought back to single family dwellings and have been updated to include today’s modern conveniences. 

02.

Semi Detached

Semi detached homes are still quite large – from 3 to 5 bedroom homes being the norm. These homes share a common wall with the home next door.

03.

Apartment and Condo Buildings

The area has quite a few condo and apartment units in excellent locations.  Many are just steps to the Bloor Line of the TTC and within walking distance to the shops on Bloor, High Park and the Junction. Many of these developments were built in the 1960′ and 1970’s, meaning the units are quite large compared to today’s builds. More recent condo developments in the area have added modern design interest to the area and much needed housing stock to supplement to growing demand to live here.

Schools

The Public and Catholic Boards offer many options in this neighbourhood.  Some are listed below. Please check with your local school before deciding on a home, as boundaries can change.

This elementary school has under 300 students from Jk- Grade 6.  The school has a before and after school program.  As well it hosts a Parenting and Family Literacy centre for drop in parenting support.https://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/indianroad

Keele St Public School is located on the corner of Bloor St West and Keele St. It Serves JK-Grade 8.  It has a daycare centre, a community centre and a pool.

 

 

https://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/keelestreet

Runnymede serves Jk- Grade 8 and offers French Immersion.

It serves 1000 students.

.https://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/runnymede/About-Runnymede-PS

Bishop Marrocco is a Catholic Secondary School which has a gifted program as well as The Arts School. The school also has a pool.

https://www.tcdsb.org/o/bishopmarroccothomasmerton/page/about-us

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