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High Park North

Situated within the Greater Toronto Area metropolitan area, High Park North is a neighbourhood within Toronto, Ontario.


High Park North will draw home buyers that use different means of transportation. Getting around by public transit is very easy in this area. More specifically, rapid transit stations, such as Keele Station, High Park Station and Runnymede Station on the Bloor - Danforth Line, are not very far-removed from the bulk of homes in the neighbourhood. There are around 10 bus lines passing through the neighbourhood, and bus stops are not very far away from most residences. High Park North is also a very convenient part of Toronto for pedestrians; running common errands is straightforward, and a variety of businesses are close by. It is easy to get around by bicycle in High Park North as there are a fair number of bike lanes.


Both general and specialty grocery stores are usually accessible within a very short walk from most homes for sale in High Park North. Moreover, there are a fair number of opportunities for those who care about nearby restaurants and cafes. It is also easy to access a number of clothing stores on foot. Regarding education, parents and their kids will value that no matter where their property is situated in High Park North, daycares and schools are close by.


The character of High Park North is exemplified by its calm ambience. This part of Toronto is fairly good for those who prefer quiet surroundings, as the streets are tranquil. Finally, the greenery in this area is very prominent; parks are especially well-spread out and there are a few of them nearby for residents to relax in, which makes it very easy to get to them. Moreover, residents will find that there are a lot of tree-lined streets.


Large apartment buildings are the predominant housing type, representing around 60% of dwellings in High Park North, and the rest of the properties are mainly small apartment buildings and single detached homes. This part of Toronto has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Around two thirds of the dwellings in the neighbourhood are occupied by renters and the rest are occupied by owners. Around 45% of properties in this part of Toronto were built between 1960 and 1980, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960.