There are a variety of property types to choose from when looking for real estate in High Park. There are 31 houses, 1 townhouses, and 10 condos for sale. For past listings, search our High Park sold listings and High Park expired listings The average listing price in High Park for all home types is $1,610,280. The average list price differs significantly when broken down by home type. The average listing price of a house is $1,834,212, $1,050,000 for a townhouse, and $916,090 for a condo. There are many popular neighbourhoods surrounding High Park, including West Toronto, Swansea, Junction, Junction Triangle, Roncesvalles, Bloor West Village, Carlton Village that offer a variety of home prices and unique areas to live. High Park also has many options for renters with 41 active rental listings and an average lease price of $6,217.
High Park is home to 23 unique streets. Popular streets include Bloor St W, with 4 active real estate listings, High Park Ave, with 1 active real estate listings, and Evelyn Ave, with 2 active real estate listings.
This west-end neighbourhood has the feel of a village, with historic homes, shops and dining located just steps from Toronto's largest park.
Located within Toronto's Junction, High Park is one of the city's most sought-after west-end neighbourhoods for its historic charm and proximity to abundant green space. The neighbourhood is bordered by Bloor Street to the south, Runnymede Road to the west, Annette Street to the north, and Dundas Street to the east.
Close to major transit arteries such as the Queensway, Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard, and well serviced by the TTC, it's a great option for those who work downtown and are seeking a more established, quiet neighbourhood to call home.
A residential paradise for those seeking a quiet lifestyle with urban access With a population of 21,292, a diverse mix of residents call High Park home, as the neighbourhood offers a unique array of amenities for different lifestyles. Families will adore the quiet, tree-lined streets, closeness to the park, and wide variety of schools. Young professionals and couples are drawn to the area for its proximity to the trendy Junction, Roncesvalles and Bloor West business areas. The neighbourhood is highly walkable with food shops, fine dining, galleries, and retail all just a few minutes from home.
Despite many residents owning detached homes in the area, the average household after-tax income in the neighbourhood is $67,642, just slightly lower than the city average of $70,945. Working-aged adults between the ages of 25 – 64 make up 64% of residents. While 71% of the population speaks English as a home language, Polish and Russian are the next most common languages.
A snapshot of Toronto's storied past Originally established in the late 1900s to support growing commercial business along Dundas Street, many of the homes in High Park were built prior to the turn of the century.
Detached and semi-detached homes built in the Victorian, Edwardian and Tudor styles are most common, many still featuring original architectural details like stained glass, woodwork and fireplaces. Most houses have front and back yards, and streets are lined with mature trees and foliage.
The neighbourhood does have some higher-density housing, as a number of apartment buildings and condos were built in the 1960s following the completion of the Bloor – Danforth subway line. Most apartments can be located in the northern edge of the area, along High Park, Gothic and Quebec Streets.
Just steps from one of Toronto's biggest natural wonder High Park is a great neighbourhood for outdoor enthusiasts, located just steps from the 400-acre park of the same name. Residents have access to a number of sporting clubs, including tennis, baseball, soccer, lawn bowling, swimming, and skating, as well as ample trails for cyclists and runners.
The park is sure to be a hit with parents and kids alike with a petting zoo and the famous Jamie Bell playground, which was revitalized in 2012.
Those looking to enjoy fine dining and nightlife will find it along the eclectic streets in Roncesvalles Village, Bloor Street West, and the Junction Triangle. Because of its convenient location, High Park is a good option for those with pedestrian lifestyles, or those who get around by bike.
|School Name||Fraser Institute Rankings|
|Keele Street Public School||7.7|
|Annette Street Public School||6.6|
|Indian Road Crescent School||5.8|
|Runnymede Public School||3.3|
|Lucy McCormick School||N/A|