Moore Park

Moore Park was first established in 1889 as an exclusive suburb of Toronto. The area’s namesake, John Thomas Moore was instrumental in building the Belt Line Railway, Toronto’s first commuter train. The building of luxury homes in the neighbourhood was slowed by the Great Depression but by the early 1930’s the area was well established as a prime area of the city.

Moore Park

 

The boundaries of Moore Park are natural barrier’s on each side. To the North is Mount Pleasant Cemetery, to the South is the Park Drive Ravine and the railway tracks, to the East is the Moore Park Ravine and finally, to the West is the Vale of Avoca Ravine. The highly sought after area of Moore Park is the private, South-East pocket. Just a short walk over the railway are the shops along Summerhill Avenue, and most notably the famed Summerhill Market. For the active residents, Moore Park Ravine has over 8km of trails and weave through the forest and past the Don Valley Brickworks. Close by are also multiple tennis courts, baseball diamonds and bike paths.

The charm of the classic Moore Park home are either English Cottage, Georgian or Tudor-style homes built between 1900 and 1930. In addition, a number of townhomes were built in the 1970’s and 1980’s, however in the past 10 years custom homes have became more popular. A typical lot size on the prime streets within the neighbourhood are approximately 50 feet of frontage with many backing onto green spaces or ravines. With quiet streets and lush mature trees, there is no wonder why Moore Park is among the most sought after area’s in Toronto.

 

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Properties in Moore Park


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James Strathy Warren

james@sw3.ca
416.925.9191 – Office
416.323.5276 – Direct
416.520.5704 – Mobile

Bryan Wood

bryan@sw3.ca
416.925.9191 – Office
416.904.6046 – Mobile

Alexander Obradovich

alex@sw3.ca
416.925.9191 – Office
416.803.4140 – Mobile