In a city not given to grand civic gestures, High Park is an anomaly. First open to the public in 1873, the magnificent park’s 164 ecologically significant hectares are an urban paradise of hills teeming with cyclists in spandex, picnic areas filled with extended families and fitness boot camps, a giant pond around which fetching couples nuzzle unabashedly on the weekend and, of course, a zoo. East of the park, on the nearby Roncesvalles strip, a hip new restaurant, fishmonger or knickknack shop seems to open up every five minutes. Tellingly, even some of the stolid citizens who reside in the stately set-back mansions along High Park Boulevard have laid claim to Roncey. The area is heaven to left-leaning, Birkenstock-wearing professionals who abhor the flashiness of, say, Yorkville, but nevertheless pull in enough to afford the $2-million detached homes. You can’t talk a block without tripping over a toddler, particularly as you approach Smock, a new café where young mothers sip pinot grigio while their tots play with craft kits. On the other side of the park is Swansea, a secluded redoubt that was amalgamated into Toronto in 1967 and still has its own little town hall, which now serves as a community centre.

                                                   At The End Of  2017 (Average Price) 


                                        Condo Apt:                  One bedroom                                Two Bedrooms

                                                                              $390,000                                                 $529,000


                                          Houses :                      Detached                                             Semi-Detached                                                

                                                                          $1.347,750                                                     $854,000                   



Market update 2016 (Average price):           Condo Apt.           Semi-Detached             Detached

                               First quarter :                      $409,163                    $982,647                 $1.584,717

                                                               Market update 2015.  (Southport/Ormskirk)  

                                               Condo Apt:           one bedrooms                        two bedrooms                             

                               List price (average) :         $ 297,981                                           $   465,593

                               Sold price(average):        $  267,723                                          $ 438,427


                                         Neighborhood Ranking (assigning score out of 100)

Overall score 69.1

Schools score 45.8

Crime  score   72.5

Health & Environment 95.1

Transit 63.4

Employment 83.8

The best places to live 

(Based on Toronto life Publishing Company)

Neighborhood Profile

(Based on Statistics Canada Census Dissemination Areas 2014)

Media age of Population :                  46.34

Average Household Income  :         $90,255

Share of Census Families with Children (%) :  36.32

Share of Population by Marital Status:

Married           47.66%

Single               27.34%

Share Population by Ethnic Origin:

European origins              70.83%

Asian origins                     12%

Share of occupied Dwellings by Tenure:

Owned      76.10%

Rented      23.90%

Average  Price :

Att/Row/ Townhouse    $ 721,439

Condo Apt                       $389,213

Condo Townhouse       $445,177

Detached                    $1,132,433


Semi-Detached         $788,680


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