Moore Park is the epitome of nature and exclusiveness as it is surrounded on all sides by ravines and other natural barriers. Residential real estate in this neighbourhood includes primarily English Cottage, Georgian, and Tudor-style houses on generally large lots with many of them backing on one of the ravines. There are also many newer townhouses and duplex and multi-plex homes. With so many home choices and so much nature at its doorsteps, no wonder Moore Park is one of Toronto’s most sought after neighbourhoods!

This neighboruhood is bounded by the Park Drive Ravine and the railway tracks on the South, the Moore Park Ravine on the East, Moore Avenue and the Mt. Pleasant Cemetary on the North, and Vale of Avoca Ravine on the West.

Notable Amenities at Moore Park are: 

1. School: Whitney Public School with its reputation of Toronto’s best public school is a strong draw for families wanting the best public education. Other schools in this area include: Bennington Heights Public Elementary School and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School

2. Food and Restaurants: As Moore Park is rather secluded, there aren’t many restaurant options right in the neighbourhood. However residents are within short distance to either the Yonge and St. Clair or the Mount Pleasant and Davisville shopping districts, both of which are well known for their gourmet food shops and fine dining.

 3. Leisure and Recreation: In addition, Moore Park is a paradise for nature and fitness enthusiasts with plenty of trail and sports activities available at the Moore Park Ravine, Rosedale Ravine, Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, old Don Valley Brickworks, and Moorevale Park.

Getting to Moore Park via the Public Transit: 

Bus routes running along or through this neighbourhood include: 74 and 141 along Mt Pleasant Road - 88 along Welland Avenue.