Rosedale & Moore Park

For over 100 years, this neighborhood has held the distinction of being one of Toronto’s most desired addresses. Many of Toronto’s most prominent citizens reside in this picturesque and upscale neighborhood.

This community is unique in that it is surrounded by beautiful ravines and parklands that make you feel as though you are far away from the city and yet, you are only minutes from downtown Toronto, Bay Street, entertainment, restaurants and, of course, the shopping district of Bloor-Yorkville. Recognized internationally as one of the top ten shopping destinations, it is Canada’s fashion mecca. The Victorian, Georgian, Tudor and Edwardian style mansions were built between 1860 and 1930 and many of these homes are listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Heritage Properties.


Rosedale Park: Located off of Scholfield Avenue & home to the very first Grey Cup. This park has eight tennis courts, a sport field, an artificial ice rink and a wading pool.

Chorley Park: The perfect setting for picnics, walking and cycling.

Toronto Lawn Tennis Club: Located in the heart of Rosedale, it is one of the premier tennis clubs in Canada. It occupies a prominent place in history and the evolution of tennis in the country. Today, it not only offers outdoor tennis courts and international squash courts, but it also has a pro shop, four indoor clay tennis courts, a doubles squash court, fitness facilities, massage room, wellness services, underground parking, an outdoor pool, fine indoor and outdoor dining, licensed bar, café, banquet facilities, a dedicated children’s daycare and junior lounge.

Mooredale House (Rosedale & Moore Park Community Association): Located at 146 Crescent Road, this is a community centre that offers day camps, march break camps, sailing, tennis and swimming clubs, camp fairs, Mayfair Circus, orchestra/concerts, arts & music programs, pre-school programs for children 18 months - 5 years, as well as softball, football and soccer leagues.

The Belt-Line Trail & Moore Park Ravine: Part of the city’s Discovery Walks Program, the walking trails through this greenbelt offer informative signage to help you learn about the area’s heritage and environment. This area is a restoration project that features many native trees such as white birch, aspen, red oak and sugar maple.

Deer Park Public Library: Offers a great deal of children’s, adults’ & elders’ programs. You can enjoy author readings, “Tea & Books”, writers’ groups and children’s birthday reading series.


Summerhill Market: Just minutes from your home, this market provides the best collection of gourmet and everyday grocery items, the finest meats and the freshest produce handpicked five days a week. Custom Menus and personalized service combined with expertise and experience means a fabulous catering company as well.

Summerhill Avenue & Glen Road: A great variety of local shops can be found right around the corner including banks, pharmacy, flower shop, dry cleaners, salon and convenience boutique.

Bloor-Yorkville Shopping District and Restaurants

Yonge & St. Clair and Summerhill Shopping and Restaurants


Buses: They run regularly on South Drive, Crescent and Glen Roads as well as Summerhill, MacLennan, Highland and Elm Avenues.

Subway: 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.

Car: Easy access to downtown and Toronto’s major highways. Motorists are minutes from the Don Valley Parkway which connects you to the Gardiner Expressway and the 401.


Toronto District School Board 416-397-3000. Please check this website for the specific schools that each address is zoned for.