Snap Shot The High Park neighbourhood is a long established and conveniently located neighbourhood with close proximity to subway, streetcars and High Park, Toronto’s largest and most visited park. It also offers residences a unique shopping experience on Roncesvalles Ave with a selection of fruit markets, traditional polish deli’s, cafes, restaurants, bars and more. This is a popular neighbourhood for families, professionals, seniors and renters.
High Parks tree-lined streets offer uniquely styled Edwardian, Tudor, Arts and Crafts and Victorian homes built mostly in the early 1900s. Features of these homes include: classic architectural details, stained glass, wood trim, fireplaces and hardwood floors. While a significant number of the homes in this neighbourhood are single family dwellings there are also homes that offer multi-family living.
Schools • High Park Alternative Jr., 265 Annette St., (416) 393-9040 (Public School) • Keele St. Jr., 99 Mountview Ave., (416) 393-9035 (Public School) • Mountview Alternative Jr., 99 Mountview Ave. (416) 393-9037 (Public School) • Runnymede Jr. & Sr., 357 Runnymede Rd., (416) 393-9055 (Public School) • Annette Jr.& Sr., 265 Annette St., (416) 393-9040 (Public School) • Humberside Collegiate Institute, 280 Quebec Ave., (416) 393-0000 (Public High School) • Western Technical Commercial School, 125 Evelyn Cres., (416) 393-0500 (Public High School) • St. Cecelia, 355 Annette St., (416) 393-5218 (Separate School) • High Park Gardens Montessori School, 35 High Park Gdns., (416) 763-6097 (Private School) • Montessori Humberside School, 411 Clendenan Ave., (416) 762-8888 (Private School)