MLS®#:W4391947 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
* Attention: Bloor West Village Is Home To Your Next Bar/Restaurant Venture * Cater To All The Young Families In This Affluent Neighbourhood Located Steps Away From Jane Subway Station * This Fully Turnkey Restaurant Boasts 1613 Sq Ft Of Functional Space With *
MLS®#:W4402106 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
900-999 Sq Ft
One Of Toronto's Highest View Overlooking The Waterfront! Absolutely Gorgeous Condo With Hardwood Throughout. This Sun-Filled Spacious 2 Bdrm Luxurious Condo Offers 2 Full Baths. Soaring 9Ft Floor To Ceiling Windows. Large Balcony With Spectacular Lake+City View. Great Location- Mins To Downtown, High Park, Highways, Etc. Walking Distance To Lake. ....More details
MLS®#:W4419702 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
Renovated Swansea Gem! Open Concept Main Floor With Hardwood Throughout. Windows On All Sides, So Much Light! Walk-Out To Large Fenced Backyard, Perfect For Entertaining. Basement Has Great Height & Well Renovated, Complete With 4Pc Bathroom, Lots Of Storage & Workshop. Walk To Bloor West Village, High Park, Subway & The Lake. In Highly Regarded Sw....More details
MLS®#:W4412933 Status:For Sale Type:Condominium Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
900-999 Sq Ft
This Bright South West Corner Lake View Condo Is Wonderful. At Nearly 1000Sqft With Soaring High Ceilings And Wainscoting This Condo Is Fantastic Value. Features Included Wide Plank Flooring, A Update Open Kitchen With A Large Granite Breakfast Bar Including Newer Stainless Steel Appliances. The Floor To Ceilings Windows Flood The Unit With Natural....More details
MLS®#:W4373004 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
User/Investor Opportunity In High Park! Rare Detached 2 Storey Building On South Side Of Bloor W/ Amazing 20' X 153' Deep Lot. Great Opportunity To Live Upstairs & Run Your Business On The Main Floor. Second Floor Is A Vacant 2 Bdrm Apartment W/ Rear Walk Out Deck. Renovate To Your Taste! Main Floor Unit Is Vacant And Outfitted As A Pub W/ A Rear O....More details
MLS®#:W4314176 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
If You Are Looking At Expanding Your Business Portfolio, Becoming Your Own Boss Or Running A Successful And Profitable Neighbourhood Buiness Than Look No Further Than The Bloor Keele Coin Laundry And Dry Cleaning. A Staple Of The Area For Over 25 Years, Offering Coin Operated Laundry, Drop Off Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Alterations And Repairs It Is A....More details
MLS®#:W4327991 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
2000-2500 Sq Ft
A Once In The Lifetime Opportunity For A Family, Investor Or Contractor To Buy Into The Popular, Family Oriented High Park/Roncessvalles Community. This Unique, 3 Floor Home Has Not Been On The Market For Over 3 Generations! This One Of A Kind Property Is An Excellent Investment Opportunity, To Fully Rent Out Or Live-In/Rent Out. This Original Dupl....More details
MLS®#:W4390945 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
Turnkey/Takeout For Sale In Busy Toronto Bloor St Location Besides Ttc. Walkers Paradise. Open Concept Fully Equipped Commercial Kitchen And A Spacious Basement. Can Be Converted To Any Approved Food Concept Or A Franchise. Great Signage Exposure And Traffic Count.
MLS®#:W4401947 Status:Sale Pending Type:Condominium Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
700-799 Sq Ft
Beat The Spring Rush! Too Many Upgrades To List In This 773 Square Foot 2Br/2Bath Designer Condo! Beautiful South-West Lake Views From The Balcony, Living Rm And Master Bedroom. 4-Piece Ensuite In Master & Full Sized 2nd Bath, Upgraded Flooring Throughout, Tons Of Storage Available In Custom Built-In Closet Organizers, S/S Appliances, Granite Count....More details
MLS®#:W4419783 Status:For Sale Type:Residential Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
Empty Canvas At Rennie Park. Fully Detached And Waiting For Inspired Buyer To Call This One Home. Good Size Main Floor Loads Of Potential To Add On Or Expand Down The Road. Private Drive, Large Lot And Charming Front Yard, 7Ft Basement There's No Place Like Home. Picket Fence & All Dreamy Location. Steps To Bloor West Village , High Park, Amazing S....More details
MLS®#:W4396463 Status:Sale Pending Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
As Per Seller, Buyer To Verify: Currently A Thai Dessert Cafe, Can Be Changed To Serve Different Food/Drinks, Like Sushi, Bubble Tea Etc; Located Near Jane Subway, Right Across From Humber Cinema, And Near New Condo; There Is Kitchen Area With House Stove, And Ample Storage Area At Basement, Plus One Parking At The Back For Delivery; Lease 3 Years,....More details
MLS®#:W4329171 Status:For Sale Type:Commercial Community:High Park-Swansea - Toronto
Successful, Award Winning And Strong Client Base For Registered Massage Therapy For 15 Years In High Park's Bloor-West Village. 2nd Floor Office Of 824 Sq.Ft With 3 Patient Rooms. Fantastic Attention To Detail For Patient Comfort, Always Busy And An Opportunity To Increase Cash Flows For Ambitious Operator. The Business Is Exceptionally Well Manage....More details
The High Park Neighbourhood is a very popular neighbourhoods in Toronto. The area has Tree lined streets, heritage homes with a strong sense of community. It is very much a family oriented neighbourhood. The area is very safe and is a place for anyone who always wanted it all.
TheHigh park is the most popular park in the area, about 400 acres of green space with oak savannah, and beautiful landscape. One can bike, joy walk, swim and or participate in group sport such as baseball, Baseball and Hockey.
The park is popular during the Cherry Blossom Season for visitors from all over the greater Toronto area and abroad.
The park is considered a natural master piece, that offer nearby residents nature trails, fountains, botany, bird watching and much more. It is the ideal place to breath in fresh air, go for a jog, or just walk around to relax at the end a busy day. It is really considered extended back yard for the area residents.
High Park neighbourhood had a diverse housing mix. From large century old homes to semi-detached and beautiful Victorian houses. The area is well kown for its highly regarded schools . Single and Multi family homes in the High Park neighbourhood are highly desirable and families always gravitate to this neighbourhood. There are also a large number of rental opportunities in High Park which appeal to singles and couples. The topography of the High Park neighbourhood features gently rolling hills, winding streets, and towering Oak trees that enchant and delight all those who live here.
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High Park North, or often simply High Park, after the park, is a Downtown west neighbourhood in Toronto. The Boundaries of the neighbourhood are Bloor Street on the South, on the west by Runnymede Road, on the north by Annette Street, Quebec Avenue and Humberside Avenue, and on the east by the CNR/CPR railway tracks.
High Park North is mainly residential, The neighbourhood has many semi-detached homes built in the early 20th century. North of High Park, and in High Park Ave the neighbourhood has several high-rise apartment buildings, built after the construction of the Bloor-Danforth Subway.
Bloor Street is the main east-west thoroughfare. with storefront-type businesses that have residential second and third storeys. North-south roads include Keele Street and Dundas Street. Both are primarily residential within the neighbourhood.
The oldest residential houses in High Park North were built in the late 1800s and early 1900s and are mostly Victorian, Edwardian and Tudor-Style .The houses are typically two- and three-storey, built with detached brick. Among remarkable architectural details and ornaments are leaded and stained glass windows, lush wood trims, French Doors, hardwood doors, and fireplaces.
Condominium buildings are located on Gothic, High Park, and Quebec Avenues near Bloor. They offer views of the park and from some balconies, Lake Ontario can be seen as well.
Schools in High Park
Annette Public School
Annette is a public elementary school. It shares its space with High Park Alternate School.
High Park Alternate School Jr
High Park Alternate shares its space with Annette School on Annette Street.
Humberside Collegiate Institute
Humberside is a large public high School located on Quebec Avenue at the intersection of Humberside Avenue.
Indian Road Crescent Junior School
Indian Road Crescent Junior School is located in the Junction Area of Toronto, east of Annette and Keele Streets. The original school, located to the north of the current building, was built in 1901. It was originally called Western Avenue Public School and was built on one of the transportation routes used by our native peoples. The new school was built in 1964. Indian Road Crescent serves students from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 6.
The school is also home to an Ontario Family Resource/Parenting Centre
Keele Street Community School and Community Centre
Keele is a public elementary school which shares its space with a community centre. It is located along the west side of Keele Street north of Bloor Street.
Western Technical-commercial School
Western Tech is a large high school located on Evelyn Crescent north-west of High Park.
St. Cecilia School is an elementary school located on Annette Street. It offers a Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 program.
Father Joseph McCann, a priest at St. Helen's Church, purchased land on Edwin Avenue in November 1887 to establish a new Catholic church and school. Originally the parish was to be named after St. Charles. According to historical records, however, the first school—a small wooden structure—was named St.Mary's.
In 1890 the school was replaced with a brick building and renamed St.Cecilia's. Legend has it that St. Cecilia, the patron saint of sacred music, was chosen as the new name because the Heintzman Piano factory stood in view, across the railway tracks, from the school. The present St. Cecilia's Church, at the corner of Annette Street and Pacific Avenue, was opened in 1909, replacing a smaller structure first occupied in 1895. Father Eugene Gallagher was the pastor.
The present St. Cecilia Catholic School at the corner of Annette Street and Evelyn Avenue opened in 1914 with additions in 1918, 1954 and 1964. The school's first teachers and administrators were the Loretto Nuns, who lived in the former Heintzman family residence at Annette and Laws Streets, providing another musical connection with St. Cecilia.
Swansea neighbourhood , bounded on the west by the Humber River, on the north by Bloor Street, on the east by High Park and on the south by Lake Ontario. The neighbourhood was originally a separate municipality, the Village of Swansea, which was annexed by the City of Toronto in 1967.
Swansea is primarily residential in nature, consisting of a mix of various housing types. Swansea's high-end homes are located either at the western edge of High park overlooking Grenadier Pond, or on Riverside Drive and the Brule Gardens enclave bordering the Humber river. Swansea also contains a large number of Semi-Detached houses and Bungalows located mostly in the centre of the neighbourhood. The typical house of the area was built between 1905 and 1935.
The area of the former Swansea Works area is considerably newer, except for some of the original workers' homes. The Queensway was built in the 1950s through the Swansea Works lands. The area to the south was retained for industry and the area to the north was redeveloped with apartment buildings and townhome developments. The area of the actual factory site has been redeveloped since 2000 into townhomes and condominium apartments.
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