A neighbourhood named after Toronto's biggest park, High Park North, or simply High Park is home to a wide range of people. In terms of real estate, even though there's a diverse housing mix in, families gravitate towards the single family homes.

High Park real estates are bounded by Bloor Street on the South, the CPR/CNR railway track on the East, Annette Street, Quebec Avenue and Humberside Ave on the North and Runnymede on the West. 

Notable Amenities in High Park North are:  

1. Schools - Annette Street Public School, Humberside Collegiate Institute, Western Technical-Commercial School & Indian Road Crescent Junior School are some of the educational institutions available for the residents of High Park. 

2. High Park - In addition to being the city's biggest park, the High Park is also home to a Zoo, a Trackless Touring Train, Swimming Pools, the Grenadier Restaurant and Tennis courts.

3. Shopping & RestaurantsCafe NovoThe WorksBloom Restaurant and Rawlicious are some of the popular eateries in the High Park neighbourhood. 

Getting to High Park North by Public Transport:

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