A very lush part of the city, surrounded by the Park Drive, Moore Park and Vale of Avoca Ravines, Moore Park was primarily developed between 1900 and the 1930's. The houses, characteristically built in English Cottage, Georgian and Tudor-style, tend to have large lots that often back onto one of the ravines.
For people who enjoy the outdoors the Moore Park Ravine foot path, an 8 kilometre trail, is an excellent draw. It winds through the Rosedale Ravine, Mt. Pleasant cemetery and the old Don Valley brickworks. Also in the area, Moorevale Park features five tennis courts a baseball diamond.
Shopping centres at Yonge/St. Clair or Davisville are a short distance away and offer fine foods and small boutique shopping. Public schools are located in the neighbourhood. The Bayview Extension and the Don Valley Parkway are both close by, and subway lines can be reached by one of the busses that have routes through Moore Park.