In Cedarvale, many homeowners are young couples and families who are attracted to the neighbourhood because of its reputable schools, parks, and accessibility. This community is just minutes away from Eglinton Avenue West’s shopping district, with great stores, cafés, and restaurants nearby.
We have prepared a concise Cedarvale neighbourhood guide so you can make the smartest decisions in your buying process.

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This midtown neighbourhood boasts a much-loved park, beautiful real estate, and a family-focused community.

Cedarvale Real Estate

In this residential neighbourhood, you’ll see primarily Tudor and Georgian style homes, most of which were built between 1920 and 1950. There is a great selection of starter homes, estates, apartments, and bungalows. Many of the detached single-family homes in Cedarvale sit on large lots, with some overlooking the Cedarvale ravine. Check out our Cedarvale listings here.

Cedarvale Schools

There is a mix of private and public schools that serve the Cedarvale neighbourhood. St.Thomas Aquinas and D’Arcy McGee are the nearest private schools, while public schools include West Preparatory Junior Public School, Cedarvale Community School, Arlington Middle School, J.R. Wilcox Community School, and Vaughan Road Academy.

Cedarvale Favourites

Cedarvale Park is surely the local favourite in this neighbourhood. The large green space and the ravine that runs through it provides a place for residents to gather and make the most of the recreational amenities and open parkland. This park has trails, an off-leash dog park, soft hills, a playground, children’s water park, tennis courts, and a baseball diamond.



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