Moore Park
167
Rosedale Heights Drive
$ 6,500,000
40 x 210 FT
5+1
5

Moore Park

Moore Park 167 Rosedale Heights Drive

Price
$ 6,500,000

Bedrooms
5+1

Bathrooms
5

Parking Spots
5

Lot Size
40 x 210 FT

Moore Park

Moore Park is an upscale, mature, family-friendly neighbourhood originally designed to take advantage of the natural surrounding ravine landscape to create an island of calm close to the heart of the city.

Designed at the turn of the century with wide, tree-lined streets and larger lots, many of the stately original homes were built before 1930 in the English Cottage, Georgian and Tudor styles of the times, now mixed with newer custom homes.

The neighbourhood is perfect for nature enthusiasts – winding ravine paths take residents to the famous Evergreen Brick Works and refurbished Lower Don Trail, and the tranquil winding paths of Mount Pleasant Cemetery connect residents to the Beltline Trail.

The neighbourhood has some of Toronto’s best public and private schools and family-friendly destinations. Moore Park has five outdoor tennis courts, a lawn bowling green, wading pool, playground, sports field and a baseball diamond.

Despite being tucked away, Moore Park is one of Toronto’s most conveniently located neighbourhoods, with easy access to transit, a quick downtown commute via the Bayview Avenue Extension, and easy access to the Don Valley Parkway.

Retail destinations include Yonge and St. Clair, and the boutiques, gourmet food shops and restaurants of Mount Pleasant Road and Bayview Avenue.

Neighbourhood at a glance

Population

20,923

Households

10,055

Average Gross Household Income

$ 106,740

Median Age

45.0

Households With Children

38 %

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Monthly Data for October 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 1,034 322 239 1,575
Average Sale Price $ 1,323,015 $ 1,099,802 $ 715,936 $ 662,631
% Difference Sale to List 100 % 107 % 100 % 100 %
Year-Over-Year Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Month-Over-Month Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market 19 14 23 20

TREB Data from October 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019. For statistical use only.

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

Moore Park

Moore Park is an upscale, mature, family-friendly neighbourhood originally designed to take advantage of the natural surrounding ravine landscape to create an island of calm close to the heart of the city.

Designed at the turn of the century with wide, tree-lined streets and larger lots, many of the stately original homes were built before 1930 in the English Cottage, Georgian and Tudor styles of the times, now mixed with newer custom homes.

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Monthly Data for April 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 5 3 2 10
Average Sale Price $ 2,673,000 $ 2,963,333 $ 1,985,000 $ 1,217,300
% Difference Sale to List 101 % 96 % 95 % 100 %
Lowest Sale Price N/A N/A N/A N/A
Highest Sale Price N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market 14 31 14 24

TREB Data from April 1, 2019 to April 30, 2019. For statistical use only.

Monthly Data for October 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019


Detached

Semi-Detached

Townhouses

Condos
Number of Sales 1,034 322 239 1,575
Average Sale Price $ 1,323,015 $ 1,099,802 $ 715,936 $ 662,631
% Difference Sale to List 100 % 107 % 100 % 100 %
Year-Over-Year Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Month-Over-Month Price Change N/A N/A N/A N/A
Days on Market 19 14 23 20

TREB Data from October 1, 2019 to October 31, 2019. For statistical use only.

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

As early as 1933, records show the Moore Park neighbourhoods had adopted a constitution to support a local community association, including a community centre. Providing close-to-home social, recreational and extra-curricular activities for the local children was the impetus behind a community centre. And this was considered forward-thinking, as community centres weren't an integral part of North American society until the post-war years. Moore Park, North Rosedale and South Rosedale were distinctly separate residents' groups prior to 1939, but community-mindedness prevailed when the residents agreed to work together, creating the Rosedale-Moore Park Community Council in 1946.

school
Education

Elementary

Whitney Junior Public School

119 Rosedale Heights Dr, Toronto, ON M4T 1C7
(416) 393-9380

Deer Park Junior and Senior Public School

23 Ferndale Ave, Toronto, ON M4T 2B4
(416) 393-1550

Our Lady Of Perpetual Help Catholic School

1½ Garfield Ave. Toronto, ON M4T 1E6
(416) 393-5239

Rosedale Junior Public School

22 South Dr, Toronto, ON M4W 1R1
(416) 393-1330

High School

Jarvis Collegiate Institute

495 Jarvis St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2G8
(416) 393-0140

Central Technical School

725 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 2R5
(416) 393-0060

Northern Secondary School

851 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4P 2L5
(416) 393-0270

Private School

Bishop Strachan School

298 Lonsdale Rd, Toronto, ON M4V 1X2
(416) 483-4325

Upper Canada College

200 Lonsdale Rd, Toronto, ON M4V 1W6
(416) 488-1125

Greenwood College School

443 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S 2L8
(416) 482-9811

Branksome Hall

10 Elm Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 1N4
(416) 920-9741

The Linden School

10 Rosehill Ave, Toronto, ON M4T 1G5
416-966-4406

Toronto Prep School

250 Davisville Ave, Toronto, ON M4S 1H2
416-545-1020

The York School

1320 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4T 1X2
(416) 646-5275

All information and data, some of which may be provided by third parties, including neighbourhood, demographic and statistical data is provided for general informational purposes only and is not professional advice (“Information and Data”). Information and data is provided as is, with no warranty of any kind, nor guarantee of completeness, accuracy, or timeliness. Reliance on any Information or Data is at your sole risk. The Print Market, authors, agents and brokerages are not liable for any errors or omissions, or damages of any kind, including negligence. No information or data constitutes a solicitation of buyers or sellers under contract.

167 Rosedale Heights Drive

167 Rosedale Heights Drive

167 Rosedale Heights Drive

167 Rosedale Heights Drive

167 Rosedale Heights Drive

Cailey Heaps

Managing Partner & Sales Representative

Cailey began working with Heather in the 1990s and now manages the team. She has driven the growth of the team and oversees all elements of the team’s transactions. She has a strong work ethic, down-to-earth nature, straightforward approach and relates easily to clients. Cailey grew up in Moore Park and now lives in Bennington Heights with her husband James, daughters Mimi and Pippa and son Declan. Undertaking many renovation projects of her own, including a rebuild of her family home, Cailey is well positioned to offer renovation advice and ideas to clients with knowledge of the costs involved. When looking at properties, she has the experience to point out subtle considerations such as flow, space, light, room utilization and orientation of a home. She enjoys matching people with the right home and builds lifelong relationships with clients.


Royal LePage Real Estate Services Heaps Estrin Team, Brokerage

1391 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON, M4G 3A6

Megan Till-Landry

Sales Representative

As a leading agent in central Toronto, Megan brings extensive knowledge, experience and skill to every transaction. Born and raised in midtown Toronto, Megan has a deeply rooted appreciation for Toronto’s neighbourhoods, schools and communities. Known for her highly proficient approach and honest insight, Megan navigates her clients through complex transactions ranging from the trade and acquisition of family homes and investment properties to land assemblies. Megan invests her determination and enthusiastic nature into the relationships she shares with her clients. Her desire to find the right fit for each client is apparent as she keeps their financial goals and the big picture in focus. Outside of work Megan is also house and home obsessed; a true design addict. She has extensive construction knowledge and experience, having recently rebuilt her home in the Annex. Megan is a passionate advocate for rescue animals and is Mom to Dally, her rescue dog from Texas.


Royal LePage Real Estate Services Heaps Estrin Team, Brokerage

1391 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON, M4G 3A6

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