(Click on 'Schools' in the list above to see which ones fall within Rosedale)
Rosedale is perhaps one of Toronto’s most famous residential neighbourhoods, and its mixture of natural beauty, prestigious amenities and breathtaking historic homes is unique and unparalleled. Walking down the residential streets you’ll see the most elite and beautiful Victorian and Edwardian mansions, with turrets, elegant ivy and Tudor detailing as common themes. Many homes are set back from the street or surrounded by old-growth trees, emphasizing the neighbourhood’s stately, serene feel.
A number of the city’s finest schools (see map above) are nestled along Rosedale’s leafy streets: Branksome Hall is a top girls’ school, Rosedale School for the Arts ranks in the top 3 special-focus schools in Canada, and Bennington Heights and Our Lady of Perpetual Help rank in the top 20 schools in Toronto.
Luxurious amenities complement the neighbourhood’s natural beauty, from the sloping hills and masterful foliages to the Rosedale Golf Club to Mooredale Community Centre, which provides the community with a wealth of activities and facilities. Bordered by the Park Drive Ravine, the Don Valley and dense with parks, Rosedale offers the appeal of small-town Ontario, but is only a few blocks north of the heart of Toronto’s downtown at Yonge and Bloor. Moments from the residential streets, a hub of shops, pubs, and restaurants are available along Yonge for trendy-minded shoppers and gourmet-lovers alike.
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