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Living in Humewood-Cedarvale

Undoubtedly the biggest jewel of the area is Cedarvale Park, a tree-filled 35-acre greenspace with a stunning ravine. The hub of outdoor activity in the neighbourhood, the park is home to four outdoor tennis courts, two sport fields, a baseball diamond, a splash pad and playground, outdoor fitness equipment, outdoor ice rink, ravine trails, and an off-leash dog park.

Delicious eateries are plentiful along St Clair, with everything from Japanese to Jamaican options as well as popular contemporary restaurants including local treasure, The Rushton. Eglinton also serves up abundant options with more Jewish influence and well-established restaurants. Cafe culture is also prevalent in the area: World Class Bakers offers delectable varieties of shortbread as well as freshly made sandwiches. Pain Perdu is also a celebrated spot for sweet pastries and homemade desserts.

People in Humewood-Cedarvale

Residents in this neighbourhood are high income earners and generally families with children.

Real estate in Humewood-Cedarvale

The properties in this neighbourhood are varied, with everything from detached bungalows and semi-detached homes, to stately homes on ravine lots, and multiplexes and walk-up apartment buildings.

Must-visit in Humewood-Cedarvale

  • FK Restaurant: an airy, elegant outpost serving a changing menu of French-style dishes, with an emphasis on seafood.

Real estate stats in Humewood-Cedarvale

  • Total Listings: 28
  • Average Price: $2,143,600
  • Walkscore: 46

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