Thinking of selling your home or condo in High Park? It is important that your property receives maximum exposure in order to sell for top dollar in the least amount of time. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I am able to market your property on both a local and international level in a manner that demands top dollar. Contact me with any questions you may have about the selling process and to discuss how I can help you.
Are you considering buying a home in High Park? Whether you are looking to buy a property in High Park now or in the future, I can assist you with finding the perfect property for you. I am happy to answer any questions you may have about the buying process. As a full time, award winning, Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate here in Toronto, I know High Park real estate really well. Contact me to discuss how I can help you find the perfect property to call home
Are you looking to rent a home in High Park? High Park is a great neighbourhood for a wide range of reasons including it’s convenient location and it’s beautiful and historical homes. As a full time, award winning, licensed Toronto real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, the only exclusive Christie’s International Real Estate affiliate here in Toronto and as a long time resident of Toronto, I am happy and able to assist you with finding the perfect place to call home in High Park. Contact me to learn how I can assist you with your High Park real estate objectives.
High Park received its name from Toronto’s first surveyor, John Howard, who purchased the property south of Bloor in 1836. John chose to name his property “High Park” due to the its elevation and views of Lake Ontario. John built a home named Colborne Lodge on this piece of land, and that same home still remains to this day. The land was deeded to the City of Toronto in 1873.
Today, High Park consists of a wide range of housing types. It is an incredibly diverse community and is known for its beautiful parks and good schools. High Park is a very popular destination every spring as the park is home to many cherry blossom trees which provide spectacular flowers when they bloom each year. High Park is conveniently located near the highway and residents enjoy access to public transit including the GO train and the Up Express. Due to its convenient location and good schools, High Park is an attractive neighbourhood for a wide range of people. Whether you work in Toronto’s Financial District, you require access to the highway to get to and from work or you require public transportation to get around, High Park has it all.
High Park is known for its Edwardian, Victorian and Tudor style homes as well as the many beautiful mature trees that can be found throughout the neighbourhood. Most of the homes were built between the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Some of the larger homes have been divided into multi-family units which are often used as rental properties. Many of the homes include charming old world features including stained glass, distinctive brick colours and designs, wood burning fireplaces, wood trim and mouldings, wood floors and wood doors. High Park real estate is perfect for all different types of people including families, young professionals, empty nesters and singles.
Considering making a move to High Park or are you considering selling your High Park home? Contact me today to learn how I can help you with achieving your specific real estate objectives.
Below are some of the most prominent businesses within High Park and the surrounding area.
Hanna’s Cafe & Bakery
1822 Bloor St W, Toronto
1986 Bloor St W, Toronto
2100 Bloor St W #6, Toronto
1938 Bloor St W, Toronto
Rabba Fine Foods
1840 Bloor St W, Toronto
15 Oakmount Rd, Toronto
Vivo Pizza + Pasta
1832 Bloor St W, Toronto
The Mugshot Tavern
1729 Bloor St W, Toronto