WELCOME TO ROSEDALE
The ravine topography, classical architecture and proximity to downtown make this a perennial favorite amongst Torontonians. Renowned for its charm, Rosedale began when Sheriff William Botsford Jarvis, and his wife Mary settled on a homestead here in the 1820’s. The name is a tribute to the profusion of wild roses that graced the hillsides of the Jarvis estate. The Jarvis family sold the Rosedale homestead in 1864 which led to the subdivision and development of the South Rosedale we know today.
Some of Canada’s wealthiest and most prominent citizens reside in Rosedale.
WHAT TO EXPECT
Grand old houses galore, traversed by a network of ancient ravines, including the Vale of Avoca, Moore Park, Park Drive and Rosedale Valley ravines.
Surrounded by beautiful ravines and parkland, Rosedale makes you feel as if you are far away from the city, while in reality it’s just a few minutes from Toronto’s major business, entertainment, and shopping districts. Nature and fitness enthusiasts covet the beautiful trails and ravines. While the upscale shops and restaurants, located on Yonge Street, in the Summerhill area draw in foodies and shoppers. Rosedale station is on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or the Sherbourne station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Motorists are just minutes away from the Don Valley Parkway.
Both South and North Rosedale were designated heritage conservation districts between 2003-2005. It boasts some of the city’s finest Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, and Edwardian style mansions in the country.
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