About the Rosedale neighbourhood
Alongside its beautiful homes and nearly 8000 residents, Rosedale also boats numerous green spaces and parks. Rosedale park, that separates Rosedale from Yorkville neighbourhood is a inspiring oasis located right in the middle of the bustle of downtown Toronto. It plays host to eight tennis courts, a sports field, an artificial ice rink and a wading pool. As well as Rosedale park, Chorley park and Ramadan Park are also available for recreational purposes and are always available for picnicking or an afternoon stroll.
Although most of Rosedale’s occupants are of an older demographic, there are also numerous recreational activities well suited for both young children and wiser individuals. Fitness and nature enthusiasts enjoy beautiful trails for walking and running, outdoor sports, play areas and community programs, as well as a spectacular annual fair. For example, the Rosedale golf club is greatly utilized by many golf enthusiasts. Featuring an 18-hole course, it was rated 7.50 by SCOREGolf, making it one of the top rated courses in the province. The Rosedale Rink Ice Skating Rink is an outdoor rink for the public, but also offer both youth and adult ice hockey programs and leagues.
Rosedale also plays host to many highly ranked universities and schools, including the Bishop Strachan Private School, Branksome Hall, an all-girls private school, Rosedale Heights Secondary School and the Upper Canada College Private school. The wide variety of educational facilities makes Rosedale the ideal location to raise young families, ensuring that your children have the best possible education available to them, near home.
For convenience, Rosedale residents living west of Mount Pleasant Road can enjoy a wide selection of upscale shops and fine dining within walking distance. With a buzzing nightlife, Yonge Street is often the main destination for shoppers. Many restaurants also occupy the street, ranging from French, Mexican, Japanese and American options, so each preference is met. If you were to desire more selection, the Rosedale Station on the Yonge-University-Spadina subway line is located just on the corner of Yonge Street and Crescent Road and allows for quick and convenient travel to anywhere in the city of Toronto.