Also know as Yonge-St.Clair, the upscale Deer Park is different than other pristine Toronto neighbourhood as homes are located at the busy heart of the neighbouhood rather than it's periphery. Deer Park has a wonderful mix of detached and semi-detached houses that encompass a variety of architectural styles. Deer Park also contains a fair number of newer townhouses that blend in well with the older homes in the neighbourhood. This neighbourhood also has one of the largest selections of luxury condominium apartment buildings in Toronto. Most of these apartments have balconies with picturesque views of the park, the ravine or the city.

Deer Park is bounded by Farnham Avenue on the South, the Rosehill Reservoir on the East, Davisville Avenue on the North, and Oriole Parkway & Avenue Road on the West.

Notable Amenities at Deer Park:

1. Schools and Education: Brown Junior Public School as well as a handful of private schools such as Upper Canada College, The York School - Lower School, The Dalton School, De La Salle College, Linden School, The York School - Upper School

2. Food and Restaurant: Cava (Tapas Bar) Holy Chuck (Burgers), Delica KitchenSushi GardenThe Bagel HouseNove Trattoria (Italian)

3. Shopping, Leisure and Recreation: The Yonge and St. Clair shopping district within Deer Park is known for its many fine restaurants. The high profile retailers in this area attract shoppers from all over the city. Additionally, residents can enjoy a relaxing day at The Rosehill Reservior, David Balfour Park, or Oriole Park.

Getting to Deer Park by Public Transportation:

This neighbourhood is accessible by the Davisville and St. Clair Station on the Yonge-University subway line. Bus and streetcar routes through this area include: 512 & 312 on St. Clair Avenue - 5 on Avenue Road - 97 & 320 on Yonge Street - 11 on Davisville Avenue