High Park North real estate guide & listings for sale
High Park North has a character that caters to a fairly diverse group of people. This part of the city has numerous places for those looking for a dynamic vibe. Although this neighbourhood is not known for its nightlife, there are many people around most of the time. High Park North is quiet, as there are low levels of noise from traffic. The greenery in this neighbourhood is very prominent as the tree canopy coverage for most streets is very good. Access to parks is very easy in the neighbourhood since there are a few of them nearby for residents to discover.
High Park North presents homeowners with several alternative modes of transportation. This neighbourhood will appeal to active house buyers because it is especially suitable for walking; many common errands can be run without having to use a car, and plenty of businesses are reasonably close by. The bicycle is a good means of transportation in High Park North since the cycling infrastructure is quite comprehensive. Thanks to plenty of nearby rapid transit stations with access to the Bloor - Danforth Line, and about 10 nearby bus lines, High Park North is an extraordinarily convenient part of Toronto for travelling by public transit. Driving is also a fairly good means of transportation in High Park North. It is a reasonably short car ride to the closest highway from any home in this neighbourhood.
Large apartment buildings are the most common housing type, representing around 60% of dwellings in High Park North, while small apartment buildings and single detached homes are the main alternatives in the housing stock. This neighbourhood has a good choice of housing size options, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Roughly two thirds of the population of this neighbourhood rent their home whereas the rest are owners. Around 45% of properties in this neighbourhood were constructed in the 1960s and 1970s, while many of the remaining buildings were constructed pre-1960.
It is usually feasible for property owners in High Park North to buy general and specialty groceries by walking. Likewise, those who are fond of dining out won't have to go far in this part of Toronto, where approximately 30 restaurants and around 10 coffee shops are available. It is also easy to get to a variety of clothing stores on foot. In terms of education, parents and their children will appreciate the proximity to schools and daycares, which are within walking distance from most, if not all, properties for sale in this neighbourhood.