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Deer Park received it’s name from the Heath Family who owned 40 acres of the area in 1837. In the 1850’s the area included a racetrack, a school and a hotel. It was common for visitors to feed the many deer that would roam the Heath Family’s property. The property was subdivided in 1846 and was eventually sold off in 1874. In 1891, the prestigious Upper Canada College moved to Deer Park from it’s urban location. Del La Salle College then followed by moving north to Deer Park in 1931 and was moved to an estate known as “Oaklands” which was bought and built by Senator John Macdonald in 1858.
Today, Deer Park is considered to be one of Toronto’s most coveted communities. Deer Park residents enjoy good schools, beautiful parks, historical homes, large condos and the convenience of being located on the Yonge subway line. Deer park is highly sought after by individuals who are looking for a safe and elegant community to live in and to raise children in. It is a popular neighbourhood for those who work in Toronto’s Financial District and the downtown core.
Deer Park consists of detached and semi-detached homes as well as condos that include some of the largest suites available in Toronto. Most of the original homes in Deer Park were build between 1872 and 1920. Deer Park is also home to newer townhomes that fit in well with the style of the surrounding homes. As previously mentioned, many of the condo suites are very large and include balconies with stunning views of the neighbourhood and Toronto skyline.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within Deer Park and the surrounding area.
The Market by Longo’s
111 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
111 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
The Badminton & Racquet Club of Toronto
25 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, ON M4V 1K6
Forest Hill Orthodontics
72 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
Rolex Building, 50 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
Deer Park Home Hardware
1420-1422 Yonge St, Toronto
1 St Clair Ave W, Toronto
BMO Bank of Montreal
1560 Yonge St, Toronto