Rosedale is synonymous with luxurious homes, the woods and trails of the Rosedale Ravine, and historic streets. It is not only one of Canada’s oldest and most prestigious neighbourhoods, it is also one of its most venerable. Leafy foliage and extensive wooded parklands create a private enclave unto itself. Immersed in tranquility,
Rosedale’s charm is the feeling of serenity while living in a big, exuberant city. Named Rosedale by original resident Mary Jarvis in the 1820s for the wild roses that grew in the forests around her home, this unique community of winding streets, lined with majestic trees and grand homes, is the essence of Toronto’s heritage.