Encompassed by Yonge Street to the west, Bloor Street East to the south, and Moore Avenue to the north, the neighbourhood of Rosedale-Moore Park has much to offer. This historic neighbourhood in Toronto is one of the city’s oldest suburbs and has been home to some of the wealthiest residents. Grown out of an estate with an abundance of roses, Rosedale continued to grow among with a multitude of cul-de-sacs and private residences with natural boundaries. The affluent Moore Park, developed by John T. Moore, is perfectly complimentary to Rosedale. Within the past century, Rosedale-Moore Park has risen to great prominence.
This affluent, quaint neighbourhood is home to some of Toronto’s most beautiful greenery, ravines, and parklands. The nature and serenity that surrounds much of the Victorian lined residential streets in Rosedale-Moore Park make it a highly desirable location to live in.