Life in the big city is all about location. Finding the neighbourhood that suits your lifestyle, your family and your income is the key to finding the perfect place to call home.

 TheHigh Park and Bloor West are where city living meets family affordable and safe neighborhoods border the downtown excitement, while filling their communities with great schools, libraries, parks and most importantly strong community spirit. Often referred to as ‘Old Toronto’, the High Park and Bloor West neighbourhoods are now mainly residential areas, known for their Eastern European traditions and community atmosphere.

Location and accessibility are paramount when living in Toronto. High Park and Bloor West offer easy access to all areas of the city via highways 427 and the QEW. Transit service is extremely reliable and frequent with subways, streetcars and buses. In terms of amenities, Bloor West Village is a hot spot for art galleries, shopping and dining. Proud of the thriving community and small business opportunities, Bloor West Village is a great escape from the common mega retailers located in the city. (For those residents wanting to enjoy high-end retail, Bloor-Yorkville is only steps away.)

Unique to big city living, this well-established neighbourhood is known for its tree lined streets that welcome residents to their doors. In addition, one of the areas strongest selling points is unquestionably the beautiful High Park. A private retreat from big city life, this park is filled with miles of forested land, stunning gardens and the gorgeous Grenadier Pond. A popular destination for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts High Park is also home to one of Toronto’s favourite cultural events, ‘Shakespeare in the Park,’ where amazing actors bring plays to life under the warm summer sky.

Chic and sustained, this is quickly becoming Toronto’s ‘it’ neighbourhood.

                                                   At The End Of  2017 (Average Price)   

                             Condo Apt.              Semi-Detached                     Detached 

                             N/A                                     $1,100,900                             $ 1.482,146


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

                               First quarter :                      $865,000                    $786,417                $978,217

Neighborhood Ranking (assigning score out of 100)

Overall score 58.5

Schools score 50.0

Crime  score   72.5

Health & Environment 43.0

Transit 76.8

Employment 78.2

(Toronto Life)

Neighborhood Profile

(Based on Statistics Canada Census Dissemination Areas 2014)

Media age of Population : 39.48

Average Household Income  : $119,515

Share of Census Families with Children (%) : 44.07

Share of Population by Marital Status:

Married  50.36 %

Single  28.14%

Share Population by Ethnic Origin:

European origins: 74.86%

Other North American original: 11.30%

Asian origins: 8.90%

Share of occupied Dwellings by Tenure:

Owned  74.80%

Rented 25.20%

Average  Price 2015 :

Att/Row/ Townhouse   

Condo Apt  (Annette/Beresford ) : $520,000                               

Condo Townhouse ( Jane St & Annette St) :   $594,000 

Detached    (S Of Annette, W Of Runnymede) :         $1,116,385

(Dundas / Runnymede Rd) :                   $ 904,001            


Semi-Detached   :    $795,071