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The High Park neighbourhood is home to a wide range of people. It’s highly regarded schools including Humberside Collegiate attract many families with school age children to this neighbourhood. High Park contains a diverse housing mix. Families gravitate to the single family homes in the neighbourhood. There are also a large number of rental opportunities in High Park which appeal to singles and couples. The topography of the High Park neighbourhood features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering Oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.
Homeowners in High Park are proud of where they live, and it’s easy to see why. The area has as much character as its homes, which include stately Tudor and Edwardian houses as well as new-build condos. Its central green space, High Park, is also a major draw. At 400 acres, it’s the biggest in the city—and features nature trails, recreational facilities, and more.
The Bloor-Danforth subway line has three stations serving the High Park neighbourhood including the Runnymede, High Park, and Keele stations. Motorists are approximately five minutes from the Queensway, which connects commuters to Lake Shore Boulevard and the Gardiner Expressway.