Charm and luxury come together in Toronto’s highly sought-after Rosedale neighbourhood. This prestigious community is home to many Ontario Heritage Properties, with character-rich brick houses on large lots–some that are over 100 years old. Families are drawn to Rosedale because of its reputable public schools, private academies, and active community.
We have prepared a concise Rosedale neighbourhood guide so you can make the smartest decisions in your buying process.

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Rosedale’s beautiful real estate, neighbourhood amenities, and sense of community have easily made it one of the city’s most desirable areas to live in.

Rosedale Real Estate

Rosedale’s luxury real estate offers the prospective resident a variety of properties to choose from. There are beautiful detached Victorian, Georgian, and Edwardian mansions that sit on family-friendly streets, most of which can be found in North Rosedale. If a condo or townhouse better suits your lifestyle, you are sure to find a home you love in South Rosedale. See our Rosedale listings here.

Rosedale Schools

Public schools in the Rosedale area include Rosedale Junior Public School, Whitney Junior Public School, Rosedale Heights School of the Arts, and Gradale Academy. Branksome Hall serves as the area’s private all-girls school, while The York School is a private co-ed school for Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Rosedale Favourites

For a refreshing drink or morning pick-me-up, Boxcar Social bar and café is a neighbourhood favourite, especially because of their relaxing outdoor patio. For lunch or dinner, make a visit to Black Camel, a fantastic sandwich shop that is conveniently located across the street from Rosedale Station.



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