Moore Park Toronto Real Estate and Homes for Sale

Moore Park - Midtown

Cocooned just north of Rosedale in central Toronto, Moore Park is an exclusive neighbourhood rich in parklands with a variety of homes for sale. Ensconced by beautiful natural barriers and ravines, this is one of the most beautiful communities in the city. Interior, tree-lined avenues and homes with stunning architectural designs grace the area and Moore Park Ravine that includes the Beltline Trail, cuts through the pedestrian-friendly community. Flanked by the Park Drive Ravine on the south, Mount Pleasant Cemetery on the north, and Moore Park Ravine and Vale of Avoca Ravine on it's east and west boundaries. Several bus routes run throughout the vicinity ferrying commuters to the Rosedale and St. Claire subway stations, which are situated a couple of kilometres away.

  •   AgeOld
  •   Area Urban
  •   AmenitiesYonge-Eglinton
  •   Commute15 mins DT
  •   IncomeRich

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HARVEY KALLES REAL ESTATE LTD.

337 MOUNT PLEASANT ROAD IN TORONTO ONTARIO

$2,849,000

4 Unit Home & Estimated 4% Cap Rate. Endless Possibilities At 337 Mount Pleasant Rd. Large Lot! 41 X 102 Ft. Property Contains Two 3 Bedroom Units / One 2 Bed & One 1 Bed Unit Wide Driveway & Parking That Can Accommodate 4+ Cars And Mount Pleasant Frontage. Units Are Wel... Read More »

337 Mount Pleasant Road

Rosedale-Moore Park, Toronto, Ontario

Single Family

  • 9 Beds
  • 4 Baths

MLS® #C5379722

FOREST HILL REAL ESTATE INC.

LOT 9 HUDSON DRIVE IN BRANT ONTARIO

$1,499,900

Custom Home To Be Built By Carriageview Construction - An Established, Local Builder Known For His Quality Finishes And Outstanding Workmanship. This 1968 Sq Ft Open Concept Bungalow Has All The Bells And Whistles Including 11' Tray Ceilings In The Great Room, Brick, Ston... Read More »

Lot 9 Hudson Drive

Brantford Twp, Brant, Ontario

Single Family

  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths

MLS® #X5368070

Moore Park Real Estate Overview

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Mostly residential, Moore Park is pretty secluded, so there aren't many restaurants or shops in the community. That said, the neighbourhood affords residents excellent connectivity to the heart of downtown Toronto and boasts one of the shortest commutes to the city.

Located a few minutes away from the bustling Yonge – St. Claire commercial area, and with a variety of natural parks, Moore Park provides its residents with a lifestyle that one of a kind. That is what makes it one of the most desirable real estate markets in the country.

Who Lives in Moore Park Homes

Considered one of the city's classiest residential communities, Moore Park is home to a tight-knit upwardly mobile community who earn an average household income of over $400,000 per year.

A large portion of the population has central or east European heritage, and the most commonly spoken languages in the community are English, French and a mix of other languages.

Compared to other Toronto suburbs, this area is home to a larger percentage of seniors, with couples and singles make up 31% and 18% of the area's residents.

Moore Park Homes Are Perfect For

Moore Park is the quintessential mid-town community for growing families and seniors. Tranquil, idyllic and predictable with a sense of security and achievement, it is well-suited to those who prefer calm surroundings with an abundance of natural amenities.

With fantastic access to downtown, for people who are looking for shorter commutes to work, this exclusive community provides the perfect solution.

Moore Park Homes Are Not So Perfect For

Since real estate in Moore Park comes with a higher price tag, homeowners on a budget will find more affordable options in other areas of the city.

Life And Style, Amenities And Things To Do In Moore Park

Moore Park is unquestionably a great place to live. While the area provides a beautiful backdrop, the neighbourhood affords its residents good access to dining, shopping and recreational options, which aren't too far off.

The bustling commercial area of Yonge–St. Claire, which is an easy drive of a few minutes away, is home to boutique food markets, independent retail stores, stylish cafes and upmarket shops. The Mount Pleasant and Davisville shopping districts, both famous for their fine dining restaurants and gourmet food stores, provide more options as well.

Blessed with an abundance of lush green spaces, Moore Park is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Mount Pleasant Cemetery runs along the northern boundary of the neighbourhood and has scenic trails where residents enjoy walking, biking and jogging. Rosedale Ravine and old Don Valley Brickworks offer dwellers with an abundance of sporting and leisure activities. Moorevale Park is home to five tennis courts, a baseball diamond and a wading pool. There are plenty of recreational options for all age groups.

Every year, the community gets together to celebrate the annual Mayfair festival, which is the longest-running community festival in Toronto. Complete with carnival rides, barbecues, music at the beer park and a kiddies' zone, this riot of festivities and fun is hosted at Rosedale Park and is a fun social event geared at bringing the whole community together.

The Rosedale-Moore Park Association, which has over 7,500 members, conducts cultural, educational, sporting and fun recreational activities pretty much all year round.

Whitney Junior Public School is considered Toronto's best public school. It is a big draw for parents wanting to give their kids the best education. Bennington Heights Public Elementary School also offers robust learning programs. Parents who are keen on a Catholic education system send their children to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Elementary School. With well-established and reputed educational institutions right in the heart of the community, kids never have to travel far.

Moore Park Real Estate Market

Real estate for sale in Moore Park constitutes a large number of English cottages and Tudor and Georgian-style homes that were constructed between 1908 and 1930. Most of these addresses boast large lots and several of them back out onto the ravines that skirt the area. In the more exclusive sections of the community, 50-foot frontages are the norm.

The neighbourhood also features modern townhouses, multiplexes and duplex apartments for sale, with detached homes being the most common type of real estate. There are plenty of housing options to suit varying lifestyle requirements.

Today, there are over 9,900 homes in the community, and residents take great pride in maintaining their properties, which supports the aesthetic integrity of the neighbourhood. Though many homes share driveways, the streets are so uncluttered that parking is never an issue.

For homeowners who are looking for a serene and exclusive community to raise their family, Moore Park is the best choice. Close enough to the amenities and vibrancy of commercial life but enveloped by nature, the neighbourhood is representative of Toronto suburban living at its finest.

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