|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$311,000411 = $755/||$311,000411 = $755/||$311,000411 = $755/|
|1 BED Condos||$352,500506 = $697/||$421,940580 = $727/||$555,000784 = $707/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$348,750645 = $541/||$453,750663 = $684/||$560,000643 = $870/|
|2 BED Condos||$528,666824 = $641/||$670,940996 = $673/||$910,0001143 = $795/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$619,0001033 = $599/||$715,6001031 = $694/||$815,000965 = $844/|
|3 BED Condos||$665,0001224 = $543/||$788,2001187 = $664/||$925,0001163 = $795/|
Located on the north side of Toronto’s largest outdoor space, High Park, this neighbourhood features a calm atmosphere with affordable prices and easy access to all the great amenities of the park and surrounding areas. The 400-acre outdoor recreational space offers an abundance of natural greenery and walking trails, plus playing fields, tennis and basketball courts, children’s playgrounds, education and cultural facilities, and even a zoo.
The surrounding West End neighbourhoods from the Bloor West Village to Swansea are all largely residential with a growing community of cafes, restaurants, and boutique shops along main streets, not to mention well-established neighbourhood classics. Central transit options along the Bloor Street subway line make getting into downtown smooth and easy, while car owners can take Parkside Drive south to The Queensway and the Gardiner Expressway to get around the city quickly.
A good number of loft-style and mid-rise Toronto condos in the area offer a more modest approach to urban living, but there are several newer developments that boast the big-ticket amenities and conveniences that are common to downtown condos or CityPlace. For anyone looking for a calm introduction to West End living, High Park North is a neighbourhood to check out.