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Moore Park is surrounded on all sides by natural barriers. To the north is the Mount Pleasant Cemetery, to the south is the Park Drive Ravine and railway tracks, to the east is the Moore Park Ravine and to the west is the Vale of Avoca Ravine. With so much nature at its doorstep, it is not surprising that Moore Park is one of Toronto’s most sought-after neighbourhoods.
Moore Park includes primarily English Cottage, Georgian, and Tudor-style houses built between 1908 and 1930. There are also a fair number of townhomes built in the 1970s and 1980s and a growing number of new custom homes in addition to a fair number of duplex and multi-plex homes.
Moore Park lots vary in size but are generally quite large (fifty foot frontages are the norm on the more exclusive streets). Streets are lined with a mature tree canopy and many of the houses back onto one of the ravines that skirt this neighbourhood.
Despite being a high-end neighbourhood, many of the houses have shared rather than private driveways. However, the streets are so quiet and uncluttered that parking is not a problem.
Moore Park residents do most of their shopping at either Yonge and St. Clair or the Mount Pleasant and Davisville shopping districts. Both these areas are well known for their gourmet food shops and fine dining. There is also a small collection of stores on Summerhill Avenue that’s easily accessible from the southern part of the neighbourhood.
Nature and fitness enthusiasts will enjoy the Moore Park Ravine foot path, an 8 kilometre trail that passes through the Rosedale Ravine, the Mt. Pleasant cemetery, and the old Don Valley Brickworks. Moorevale Park, one block east of Mount Pleasant Road, has five tennis courts, a baseball diamond and a wading pool.
Moore Park has bus service on St. Clair Avenue, Mount Pleasant Road and Moore Avenue. The Yonge and St. Clair subway station is within walking distance of many Moore Park houses. Motorists have quick access via Moore Avenue to both the Bayview Extension and the Don Valley Parkway.