Teresita Link

Located in west Toronto, this neighbourhood was named after the park itself. Spanning from Roncesvalles Ave to Parkside Drive, North from Bloor Street West to Dundas Street West and West again to Jane Street; creating an L shaped neighborhood. This neighbourhood is filled with charm and warmth from the Victorian and Edwardian homes that line the residential streets surrounding Toronto’s largest park. Typically homes in this neighbourhood are not for first time home buyers as the price for a home in this area is on the high end of the scale versus other neighbourhoods. The park itself encompasses almost 400 acres of public green parkland, making it a place where you can find something for everyone on a leisurely afternoon. High Park includes a fishing pond, an outdoor theatre, picnic grounds, a large children’s playground, restaurant, historic museum and a flower garden. High Park is also home to a sports facility including tennis, baseball, soccer, lawn bowling, swimming and skating, as well as walking, jogging and cycling paths found throughout the park.