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DEER PARK

Deer Park neighbourhood is an upscale residential area with a mix of luxury homes and condos. Just a 10-minute drive from the downtown core, Deer Park is located in the bustling area of Yonge and St. Clair and is in close proximity to some of Toronto’s most beautiful parks and ravines.

In the early 1800s, Deer Park was a meadow where deer would come to feed. After the deer were long gone, in 1908, Deer Park was annexed to the city of Toronto and quickly became one of Toronto’s finest residential districts. With a blend of both new and old homes, there are a variety of detached and semi-detached houses of various architectural styles.

Deer Park’s residential streets spill out into the main arteries making it a desirable location for those who work downtown or otherwise need easy access to main thoroughfares. Within the neighbourhood, as well as nearby, there are plenty of green spaces to choose from. Take a walk through Rosehill Reservoir, one of Toronto’s prettiest green spaces. David Balfour Park is the perfect place to take a quiet stroll and enjoy nature. At the northern tip of Deer Park is Oriole Park, which includes Neshama Playground, a wading pool, and two tennis courts.

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Deer Park neighbourhood is an upscale residential area with a mix of luxury homes and condos. Just a 10-minute drive from the downtown core, Deer Park is located in the bustling area of Yonge and St. Clair and is in close proximity to some of Toronto’s most beautiful parks and ravines.

In the early 1800s, Deer Park was a meadow where deer would come to feed. After the deer were long gone, in 1908, Deer Park was annexed to the city of Toronto and quickly became one of Toronto’s finest residential districts. With a blend of both new and old homes, there are a variety of detached and semi-detached houses of various architectural styles.

Deer Park’s residential streets spill out into the main arteries making it a desirable location for those who work downtown or otherwise need easy access to main thoroughfares. Within the neighbourhood, as well as nearby, there are plenty of green spaces to choose from. Take a walk through Rosehill Reservoir, one of Toronto’s prettiest green spaces. David Balfour Park is the perfect place to take a quiet stroll and enjoy nature. At the northern tip of Deer Park is Oriole Park, which includes Neshama Playground, a wading pool, and two tennis courts.

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