Moore Park real estate is in high demand buy buyers who are looking for a beautiful community with charming homes and great schools. If you are planning to sell your Moor Park home, it is important that your property gets as much exposure as possible in order to sell for top dollar in the least amount of time. As a licensed Toronto real estate agent with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto and one of Toronto’s leading luxury brokerages, Braden is able to market your property on both a local and international level. With a large number of foreign buyers purchasing real estate in Toronto, it is essential that your property is marketed to all potential buyers both local and international. Contact Braden today to schedule your 100% FREE no obligation home evaluation today and to learn how he can assist you with your Moore Park real estate needs.
Buying or Renting a Moore Park Home?
Are you considering the charming Moore Park neighbourhood for your next home? Whether you are looking to rent or buy within Moore Park, Braden can assist you with finding the right property. Contact Braden today to learn how he can assist you with finding the perfect Moore Park home and to learn how he can assist you with all of your Moore Park real estate needs.
Moore Park Real Estate & History
The neighbourhood of Moore Park is named after its developer, John T. Moore. In 1891, John built two bridges in order to incentivize buyers. John was also involved with bringing railway service to the neighbourhood of Moore Park, as well as connecting Moore Park to the Toronto Belt Line Railway, a commuter railway.
Although the neighbourhood suffered some financial setbacks brought on by a recession, Moore Park was completely developed by the 1930s.
Moore Park Real Estate & Neighbourhood Today
Moore Park consists of a combination of large and elegant homes surrounded by lush green space, including Mount Pleasant Cemetery and trails along the Moore Park Ravine. It is conveniently located off of Mount Pleasant Road and is a short drive from Yorkville where you can enjoy fine dining, shopping for designer clothing or exploring the Royal Ontario Museum.
Moore Park Real Estate & Homes
Moore Park real estate is made up of primarily Georgian, English Cottage and Tudor-style homes that were built between 1908 and 1930. Moore Park also includes various townhomes which were built in the 1970s and 1980s. More recently, Moore Park has become a popular neighbourhood for building custom homes.
Moore Park includes properties of various sizes but most lots are quite large. Quite a few of the homes located in the Moore Park neighbourhood are situated on lots with a 50 foot frontage. Many of the homes back onto one of the ravines located within the area of Moore Park. The properties are surrounded with large beautiful trees and the neighbourhood includes its very own tennis and lawn bowling club. The neighbourhood of Moore Park provides a great community for young families, young professionals and empty nesters. Moore Park is considered as one of the top neighbourhoods in Toronto.
In 2014, homes in Moore Park sold, on average, in just 12 days and with a 103 % average list to sale price ratio. The average price for a buyer to get into Moore Park is currently over $1,500,000.
Moore Park Local Business Directory
The resident of Moore Park enjoy restaurants, bars, cafes and shops along Yonge Street in the close by neighbourhoods of Summerhill and Deer Park. Below is a list of some of the popular local businesses that Moore Park residents have access to and enjoy.
1095 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
1103 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
1212 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
1158 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
10 Scrivener Square, Toronto, ON
1366 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
1378 Yonge St, Toronto, ON
1420-1422 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON