Rosedale-Moore Park Real Estate
Much of Rosedale's Victorian, Georgian, Tudor, and Edwardian style mansions were built between 1860 and 1930. Moore Park wasn’t far behind, being established some 30 years later and while much of South Rosedale contains a number of inexpensive condominium, co-operative, and co-ownership apartment buildings you are likely to find many newer townhouses as well as a fair number of duplex and multi-plex homes in Moore Park.
Currently there are fifteen heritage conservation districts in Toronto, including both South Rosedale and North Rosedale. Due to the neighbourhood’s Garden Suburb characteristics and grand old houses, many Rosedale homes are listed on the Toronto Historical Board's Inventory of Heritage Properties.
South Rosedale is currently home to an exclusive all-girls school, Branksome Hall. Rosedale Public School is a small elementary school in central Rosedale, across the street from Rosedale's community centre, Mooredale House.
Watch out for the annual spring park party, Mayfair, traditionally on the first Saturday in May. The event typically consists of rides, games, flea market and other such carnival-type activities. People come dressed to the nines.
Rosedale-Moore Park Listings Summary
Rosedale-Moore Park - Town vs. Region Stats
Avg Price in Rosedale-Moore Park: $2,473,800 / Region Avg $1,103,700
Avg Taxes in Rosedale-Moore Park: $8,800 / Region Avg $4,100
Avg Sq. Ft. in Rosedale-Moore Park: 1,813 / Region Avg 1,130
Avg Price per/ft2 in Rosedale-Moore Park: $1364 / Region Avg $977
Avg Walkscore in Rosedale-Moore Park: 79 / Region Avg 84
Avg Days on Website in Rosedale-Moore Park: 40 / Region Avg 39