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Suzanne Senst
Sales Representative

Royal LePage Real Estate Services Ltd. Brokerage

The Community of High Park

The Community of High Park

Map of High Park North

High Park (High Park North) is a high end community, featuring a diverse housing mix. Families gravitate to the single family homes and the condos 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.

What makes this neighbourhood so coveted is the that you can walk into the 400 acre High Park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zooplaygrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses and picnic areas.

 

Cherry Blossoms in High Park

Cherry Blossoms looking into Grenadier Pond

The Real Estate Scoop

This neighbourhood features a wide selection of Condo Apartments, semi-detached, detached homes and Condo Apartment Leases. The average price of solds, or leased for the most recent 3 months up to May 1, 2018 follows:

Type

Number

Average Sold/Leased

Condo Leases

20

$2,593

Condo Apt Sales

18

$653,951

Detached

16

$1,388,656

Semi-Detached

5

$1,045,000

 

High Park Condos

High Park Condos

Schools

Annette Junior and Senior Public School

Annette is a public elementary school. It shares its space with High Park Alternate School. The Fraser Institute rated it overall at 6.6 out of 10.

High Park Alternate School Jr

High Park Alternate shares its space with Annette School on Annette Street.

Humberside Collegiate Institute

Humberside is a large public high school located on Quebec Avenue at the intersection of Humberside Avenue.  Humberside was established in 1892 and has an academic program for students in grades 9 through 12. In addition to the regular curriculum, the school has a strong music program, as well as an Extended French and French Immersion program. It is a non-semestered school.  In grade ten in the "double math" program, classes switch from Advanced Functions in January to Calculus and Vectors).

The new school was built in 1964. Indian Road Crescent serves students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6.[2]

The school is also home to an Ontario Family Resource/Parenting Centre

Keele Street Community School and Community Centre

Keele is a public elementary school which shares its space with a community centre. It is located along the west side of Keele Street north of Bloor Street.

Western Technical-Commercial School

Western Tech is a large high school located on Evelyn Crescent north-west of High Park.

Catholic Schools

St. Cecilia School is an elementary school located on Annette Street. It offers a Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 program.

 

 

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