Moore Park Toronto Real Estate

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Moore Park, Toronto, Ontario lies between Mount Pleasant Cemetery to the North, Park Drive Ravine and the Railway Tracks to the South, Moore Park Ravine to the East and Vale of Avoca Ravine to the West.

Moore Park, named after its creator, John Thomas Moore, was subdivided in 1889 for sale of TORONTO REAL ESTATE for the Toronto wealthy.

Mr. Moore was instrumental in building and investing the Beltline Railways, Toronto's first commuter train.  Toronto suffered a depression and shortly after the Beltline's opening, it went bankrupt.  Now, it is used a walking/riding path.  Take a walk, walk the dog, ride a bike, or run on this pathway and you will forget you are in Toronto!


More than the Moore Park Luxury Properties, there is a Moore Park Ravine foot path (approximately 8km) trail, which winds its way through the Rosedale Ravine, Mount Pleasant Cemetery and the old Don Valley Brickworks - known for its Farmers Markets.  It also follows Mud Creek, a small tributary of the Don River.   You can also hike away from the city life through the wilderness of the Vale of Acoca Ravine - or take the flat path.


Moore Park, Toronto Real Estate, became completely developed in 1930 with English Cottage, Georgian and Tudor-style Luxury Homes Houses Properties for Sale.  Lots are quite large and often back on to one of the Ravines. The wide range of Real Estate attracts the more affluent Buyers.  Most of the homes for sale reflect the 20th-Century Tudor, Georgian and Edwardian Homes and  luxury Properties .  Some of the original Toronto Real Estate homes, houses have been renovated, but still maintain their orginal character and charm.

You can find Fabulous Shopping and Dining within minutes from Moore Park, Toronto Real Estate.   Yonge/St. Clair, Bloor/Yonge or Mt. Pleasant/Davisville, Central Toronto, offer fine foods and small boutique shopping.

Moorevale Park, TORONTO is close by and features five Tennis Courts (Moore Park Tennis Club) a Baseball Diamond.  Interesting to note is Mooredale House which is located at 146 Crescent Road.  It's a Community Centre that offers a wide range of Recreational opportunities from sports, fitness, arts and music programs, as well as kids summer day camps.



Toronto District Schools:

Elementary Schools:

  • Deer Park Jr & Sr. - 23 Ferndale Avenue   site
  • Whitney Jr. - 119 Rosedale Heights (Moore Park Jr & Sr.)  site

Secondary Schools:

  • North Toronto Collegiate Institute, 70 Roehampton Ave  site
  • Northern Secondary, 851 Mount Pleasant Road,   site

Private Schools:

  • Branksome Hall – 10 Elm Ave.   site
  • Upper Canada College - 200 Lonsdale  Road.   site

Toronto Catholic District School Board


  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 1-1/2 Garfield Ave

Secondary   site

  • St Joseph’s College School  – 74 Wellesley Street W.   site

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