Rosedale is one of Toronto’s oldest and wealthiest neighbourhoods. This neighbourhood is full of beautiful, large mansions and many of Canada’s wealthiest families live in here.
Most Rosedale homes for sale were built between 1860 and 1930. Rosedale homes range in style but most are Victorian, Georgian, Tudor and Edwardian. Almost all the houses that are standing have had renovations but have kept the traditional look. Rosedale is regarded as an exclusive neighbourhood where most of Toronto ‘’old money’’ resides.
Rosedale Park which is located in the Rosedale neighbourhood is great for families or anyone into athletics. This great park offers a total of eight tennis courts, a sports field, an ice rink, and a wading pool.
Rosedale Golf Club is popular among golf lovers and the neighbourhood’s elite; it is an 18-hole course that is one of top rated courses in Ontario. Other than parks and a golf club, Rosedale also has an outdoor ice rink in the winter, it’s used leisurely for all residents but it also has ice skating lessons for anyone who wants to learn as well as children’s and adult’s ice hockey programS
Rosedale has a great selection of shops, restaurants and night life; most are within walking distance, which makes a night on the town easy and fun! And if you want to go into the city, just hop onto the subway at Rosedale station which gives you access to the Yonge-University-Spadina line.
Moore Park homes for sale were built between 1908 and 1930 and sit on large lots. The styles of homes in Moore Park primarily include English Cottage, Georgian, and Tudor. Moore Park homes mainly consist of townhouses, duplexes and multiplexes.
The houses located in the southern part of the neighbourhood are quite large and many of the houses in the fringes back onto ravines and parkland for extra privacy. The homes in north of Moore Park tend to be newer and more modern. Moore Park is a good alternative to higher end neighborhoods like Summerhill and Rosedale.