Rosedale, a verdant enclave bordered by Yonge Street, Bayview Avenue and Bloor, is one of Toronto’s most prestigious addresses. Quiet streets lined with stately homes create an aura of privilege and established affluence.

Much of Rosedale’s attraction is its charming setting. The winding streets of the former Jarvis estate are built along deep, lush ravines, making it hard to believe you’re only a block or two away from the bustle of downtown. Rosedale’s mansions, built between 1860 and 1930, offer a pleasing combination of architecturally and historically significant Victorian, Georgian, Tudor and Edwardian homes.

Rosedale’s many ravines, parks and nature trails are a haven for those who love the outdoors. Residents frequent the David A. Balfour Park, Craigleigh Gardens, Rosedale Park, Ramsden Park, the Don Valley Brickworks Park, and the extensive Don Valley park system. Moordale House Community Centre offers a wide range of activities for all ages including arts & crafts and sports programs.

There is upscale village-style shopping to meet the neighbourhood needs along Summerhill Avenue and ready access to the premium shopping districts situated along the Yonge corridor.

Our Favourites

Black Camel (Cafe & Sandwich Bar)
4 Crescent Rd

Caffe Doria
1094 Yonge St

House of Tea
1015-1017 Yonge St

Summerhill Market
446 Summerhill Ave

Terroni (Italian Restaurant)
1095 Yonge St


Branksome Hall

Private School for Girls

10 Elm Ave
M4W 1N4

Jarvis Collegiate Institute

Public Secondary

495 Jarvis St
M4Y 2G8

Jesse Ketchum Jr & Sr Public School

Public Elementary

61 Davenport Rd
M5R 1H4

Rosedale Heights School of the Arts

Public Secondary

711 Bloor St E
M4W 1J4

Rosedale Jr Public School

Public Elementary

22 South Dr
M4W 1R1

The Bishop Strachan School

Private School for Girls

298 Lonsdale Rd
M4V 1X2

Upper Canada College

Private School for Boys

200 Lonsdale Rd
M4V 1W6

Whitney Jr Public School

Public Elementary

119 Rosedale Heights Dr
M4T 1C7