Upscale amenities meet a tight-knit community in Toronto’s Rosedale-Moore Park.

Welcome to Rosedale-Moore Park

Rosedale-Moore Park is the epitome of affluence in Toronto, as it is home to quiet, peaceful, and upscale residential streets surrounded by mature trees with dense canopies and plenty of shade. As one of Toronto’s oldest and most historic neighbourhoods, Rosedale-Moore Park offers a unique blend of old-world charm and luxury living. Properties in Rosedale-Moore Park are as beautiful as the community itself and only add to the area’s picturesque aesthetic. Low-trafficked streets pave the way for some of the city’s most opulent homes and offer a sense of privacy and seclusion not far from Toronto’s buzzing city life. Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, and Edwardian styles make up Rosedale-Moore Park’s homes, many of which were built in the late 1860s. 
Rosedale-Moore Park boasts a strategic and sought-after location, with its north and south portions divided by the Park Drive Ravine. The neighbourhood features two resident associations and a non-profit organization, the Rosedale-Moore Park Community Association, whose focus is to create a welcoming and prosperous community comprised of enriching educational, recreational, social, and cultural activities and programs.  

What to Love

  • A posh, exclusive neighbourhood feel
  • Little to no traffic
  • Endless tree cover
  • Tightly-knit community where everyone feels loved and appreciated

Local Lifestyle

Rosedale-Moore Park offers a serene and laid-back atmosphere where children can be spotted cycling around the neighbourhood and adults engage in friendly conversation while taking a mid-morning stroll. Residents are active and immerse themselves in nature, whether it’s at a nearby park or on a scenic path. Recreational centers and local clubs nearby are ranked as some of the best in Toronto, and locals frequently gather at these places to enjoy socialization, sports, and more. Residents of Rosedale-Moore Park appreciate their home’s beauty and take good care of their properties, which is seen in the neighbourhood’s professional landscaping and well-maintained sidewalks and streets.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Visit Quanto Basta Restaurant for authentic Italian cuisine and an extensive menu of wine perfect for pairing with your entree. Get cozy on a date night or special occasion at The Rosedale Diner. This small, family-owned restaurant offers a variety of dishes from around the world. Here, diners can mix and match entrees, making it possible to have Italian and Japanese cuisine all in one culinary experience. 

Things to Do

Outdoor lovers in Rosedale-Moore Park can spend time in nature at Rosedale Park, Moorevale Park, David A. Balfour Park, and The Beltline Trail. Each of these locations is ideal for a relaxing afternoon away from work or home and includes a variety of amenities, including playgrounds, green space, and more. 
Avid tennis players flock to The Toronto Lawn and Tennis Club, one of the most popular sports clubs in the area.The Toronto Lawn Tennis Club is a historic facility that has been witness to the best tennis since the 19th century. Legends like Borg, Navratilova, Connors and Evert have all graced the club’s Har-Tru courts. Meanwhile, art lovers attend the Rosedale Art Fair, which provides visitors with the opportunity to explore incredible art displays from local Toronto artists.


Reputable learning institutions in Rosedale-Moore Park include:

  • Our Lady of Perpetual Help (Grades JK-8)
  • Forest Hill Junior and Senior Public School (Junior Extended Grades JK-8)
  • Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute (Grades 9–12)
  • Northern Secondary School (Grades 9–12)
  • Branksome Hall  (Grades JK–12)
  • Rosedale Junior Public School (Grades JK–6)
  • Whitney Junior Public School (Grades JK-6)



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