Rosedale

Rosedale is located north of downtown Toronto and its boundaries consist of the Yonge Street to the west, Aylmer Avenue and Rosedale Valley Road to the south, Bayview Avenue to the east and the CPR railway tracks to the north. Rosedale is Toronto's most fashionable address. More neighbourhood information is provided below, but first check out our daily updated list of all the homes for sale in Rosedale:

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Rosedale is home to Canada's most affluent and wealthiest citizens. Rosedale's topography consists of beautiful ravines and parkland making you forget just how close to downtown you really are – Toronto's major business, entertainment, and shopping districts are a walk away.
 
If you are looking to see whether this neighborhood is for you or you have already moved in then be sure to check out the following: 
 
Real estate

Although Rosedale is one of Toronto's most expensive neighborhoods interested buyers will be surprised at the variety of housing options available in this very neighborhood. The most expensive are the detached family houses; many have been built between the period of 1860 and 1930, varying in style from Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, to Edwardian. If you are interested in these type of houses check out the Toronto Historical Board's Inventory of Heritage Properties. If you are looking for something more affordable check out the more modern architectural designs in South Rosedale, here you will find; condominiums, co-operative, and co-ownership apartment buildings.  
 
Shopping, Dining and Exploring: 

Rosedale has many upscale restaurants and shopping centres whether you live in the north, south, east or west section of Rosedale, make sure to check out the following:
 
Yonge and Bloor: The high end shopping area.
 
Summerhill Market: One of Toronto's best delis.
 
Yorkville: Come visit for some patio sitting and soak up the sun!
 
Parks: 

Come and explore Rosedale's amazing hiking and biking trails along the Don River, and be sure to check out the following:
 
Rosedale Park:  Contains eight tennis courts, a sports field, an artificial ice rink, and a wading pool.
 
Ramsden Park: Contains four tennis courts, an artificial ice rink, and a wading pool.
 
Community centres: 

If you prefer to do your exercising indoors then come visit the:
 
Moordale House: This is a community centre run by the Rosedale and Moore Park resident associations. To join Mooredale, you will be required to pay a small annual fee, and you will have access to sports, fitness, arts, and music programs for adults and children.
 
Public Transportation:

By Bus: Buses run on South Drive, Crescent and Glen Roads, as well as Summerhill, MacLennan, Highland and Elm Avenues

By Subway: Served by the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line and the Bloor-Danforth subway line