For over one hundred years Rosedale has held the distinction of being Toronto’s most fashionable address. Rosedale is unique in that it is surrounded by beautiful ravines and parkland that make you feel as if you are far away from the city, while in reality, Rosedale is just a few minutes from Toronto’s major business, entertainment, and shopping districts!

Rosedale’s Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, and Edwardian-style mansions were built between 1860-1930. Many Rosedale homes are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties. South Rosedale also contains a number of condominium, co-operative, and co-ownership apartment buildings.
(P) Rosedale Jr | (P) Whitney Jr. | (P) Jesse Ketchum Jr. & Sr. | (PH) Rosedale Heights Secondary | (PH) Jarvis Collegiate Institute | (PR) Branksome Hall | (PR) Bishop Strachan | (PR) Upper Canada College | (PR) The York School
Rosedale buses run on South Drive, Crescent and Glen Roads, as well as Summerhill, MacLennan, Highland and Elm Avenues. The Rosedale buses connect with the Rosedale station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line or the Sherbourne Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line. Drivers are just minutes away from the Don Valley Parkway which links commuters to Toronto’s major highways.

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