The neighbourhood’s Georgian-, Edwardian-, Victorian-, and Tudor-style mansions were built between 1860 and 1930. Many are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s list of heritage properties and maintain their architectural integrity through high-quality renovations and reconstructions carried out over the years.
Rosedale has been one of Toronto’s most fashionable addresses since the late 19th Century. Though just a short distance from downtown, the area’s elegant, tree-lined streets, and abundant parkland and ravines lend Rosedale a sense of sylvan tranquility more often found outside of the city than minutes from Yonge and Bloor!
Rosedale is bisected by Mount Pleasant Road. Residents living west of Mount Pleasant are within walking distance of an array of upscale shops and restaurants on Yonge Street, in the Summerhill area.
Homeowners east of Mount Pleasant can stroll to the charming shops and businesses near the east end of Summerhill Avenue, or down to bustling Bloor Street. Rosedale’s parks and ravines offer endless opportunities for walking and cycling.
With material from Your Guide to Toronto Neighbourhoods, by David Dunkelman
|Market Trends||Q1 2017||Q1 2016|
|Average Price DETACHED||$4,249,438||$2,443,625|
|Average Price Semi||$2,169,700||$2,482,875|
|Average Price Townhouse||$0||$0|
|Average Price Condo||$900,413||$1,001,345|