Rosedale is one of Toronto’s wealthiest, most prominent neighbourhoods, a stature it has enjoyed for over 100 years. Well-tended, tranquil, low-traffic streets are lined with impressive mansions of all styles, including Victorian, Georgian, Tudor and Edwardian. Many of the area’s homes, in fact, carry “heritage property” status. Secluded parks and beautiful ravines enhance the scenery, while quaint sidewalk cafés, upscale food markets, and high-end shopping and dining add to the feeling of an exclusive village within the larger city. Sure, Rosedale may sit just minutes from Toronto’s major business, entertainment and shopping districts, but why would you ever want to leave?