A neighbourhood named after Toronto’s largest park, High Park is home to a wide range of people. In terms of real estate, even though there’s a diverse housing mix, families gravitate towards single family homes. High Park is bounded by Bloor Street to the south, the CPR/CNR railway track to the east, Annette Street, Quebec Avenue and Humberside Avenue to the north and Runnymede Road to the west. 

High Park Amenities

Schools: Annette Street Public School, Humberside Collegiate Institute, Western Technical-Commercial School & Indian Road Crescent Junior School are some of the educational institutions in the area. 

Restaurants: Cafe Novo, The Works, Bloom Restaurant and Rawlicious are some of the popular eateries in the High Park neighbourhood. 

Recreation: High Park is the city’s biggest park, and also home to a zoo, a trackless touring train, swimming pools, the Grenadier Restaurant, and tennis courts. Families of all kinds can spend the entire day in the park with an abundance of things to do.

Getting to High Park North by transit

High Park is accessible by the Bloor-Danforth TTC line and 30 Lambton, 71 Runnymede and 79 Scarlett Buses.

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