When it comes to outdoor beauty, there are not too many areas in Toronto that can compete with Cedarvale. As the name suggests, the neighborhood is named after the cedar trees that previously grew in large abundance in the area.
Most of the homes were constructed between 1920 and 1950, offering a variety of styles. From small starter homes to large properties on expansive lots, this community has everything.
Cedarvale is home to one of the largest Jewish populations in Toronto, thanks to the well known Beth Tzedec Synagogue and Holy Blossom Temple.
The Eglinton Avenue West shops are located in close proximity to the neighborhood, giving residents easy access to fine dining and boutique shopping.
From its outdoor beauty to the historic homes, Cedarvale has it all.