Thinking of buying a home in Cedarvale?

The Graff Girls are your local experts and can guide you to the right streets and the best home for your family.

Did you know this about Cedarvale?

Cedarvale encompasses the area between Bathurst and Winnett/Arlington, running south from Eglinton to just north of St. Clair.

Cheryl and Samantha know it extremely well and therefore understand why you are interested in this area.

Cedarvale is one of Toronto’s hidden gems, featuring the beautiful Cedarvale Park and Ravine that sweeps along its south side.

Built in the 1910s, Cedarvale was intended to be a gated community, and the columns of this incomplete gate still stand at the intersection of Bathurst and Claxton.

Ernest Hemingway lived in a building on 1599 Bathurst while he was working for the Toronto Star in the 1920s: The building now bears a plaque about its famous resident.

Cedarvale has a vibrant Jewish population and is home to the Holy Blossom Temple, founded in 1856, which is the oldest synagogue in Canada.

So The Graff Girls understand why you are thinking of buying a house here.  Today, Cedarvale is known for its picturesque greenery and architectural diversity and beauty. Cedarvale has become a wealthy community with luxurious homes facing the Cedarvale Ravine and Cedarvale Park, some of the city’s most beautiful natural landscapes

Offering excellent amenities, endless recreational opportunities, glamorous boutiques along Eglinton Avenue West, quick access to downtown and an overall cozy atmosphere.

How are the schools in Cedarvale?

Feel free to ask Cheryl and Samantha about the local schools.  Excellent options include:

  • Arlington Middle, 501 Arlington Ave., (416) 394-2200
  • Cedarvale Community, 145 Ava Rd., (416) 394-2244
  • J.R. Wilcox Community, 231 Ava Rd., (416) 394-2388
  • Vaughan Road C.I., 529 Vaughan Rd., (416) 394-3222
  • Oakwood Collegiate Institute, 991 St. Clair Ave West,
  • Forest Hill C.I., 730 Eglinton Ave., W., (416) 393-1860
  • St. Alphonsus, 60 Atlas Ave., (416) 393-5326
  • Leo Baeck Day School, 1950 Bathurst St., (905) 709-3636
  • United Synagogue, 1700 Bathurst St., (416) 781-5658

Are there nice parks in Cedarvale?

Samantha and Cheryl will tell you that Cedarvale park is one of the most popular and well known parks in Toronto.

This district park is a hub for outdoor activity. A visit to Cedarvale Park reveals four outdoor tennis courts, two-sport fields and a baseball diamond. For a little fun on a sunny summer day, there is a splash pad and playground for children to enjoy. Park visitors can make use of the outdoor fitness equipment installed at the south end of the ravine near Heath Street. In the colder weather, visitors can choose to skate outside on the artificial ice rink (December through February weather permitting) or skate indoors at the Phil White Arena.

Walk the paths through the park and ravine to enjoy nature or drop-by to use the Dog Off-Leash Area located east of the arena’s parking lot.

If you are looking for expert advice on the purchase or sale of a home in Cedervale, the only realtor team to call is The Graff Girls.