Rosedale-Moore Park real estate guide & listings for sale
Rosedale-Moore Park is a "jack-of-all-trades" when it comes to the feel of this part of the city. Rosedale-Moore Park is reasonably quiet overall, as the streets tend to be quite calm, although that is not the case close to one of the railway lines. This part of the city also features much greenery as most streets have very good tree coverage. Parks, including Rosedale Ravine Lands and Don Valley Brick Works, are very well-spread out and there are around 40 of them close by for residents to check out, which results in them being very easy to access from most locations within the neighbourhood. Finally, it is very easy to find bustling places in this area. There is a vast selection of entertainment venues, there are usually many people around, and with its a few nightlife venues, there are options for nighttime activities.
Regardless of the medium of transportation, it is very convenient to travel in Rosedale-Moore Park. This part of Toronto has a very good public transit system as a result of a multitude of nearby rapid transit stations with access to the Yonge - University Line and Bloor - Danforth Line, and about 10 nearby bus lines. Active home buyers will also be pleased with the very walk-friendly nature of Rosedale-Moore Park; many daily needs are especially convenient to meet on foot, and there are also a large number of businesses close by. Rosedale-Moore Park is amenable to bicycling because the cycling network is good.
Large apartment buildings are the most common housing type, representing around half of dwellings in Rosedale-Moore Park, and the remainder are mainly small apartment buildings and single detached homes. This part of the city has a good choice of unit sizes, ranging from lofts to four or more bedrooms. About 55% of the population of this neighbourhood own their home and 45% are renters. The buildings in this part of Toronto are quite old, since around half of its dwellings were built before the 1960s, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 2000s.
Parents and their kids will appreciate the proximity to schools and daycares, which are within walking distance from most houses for sale in this part of the city. At the elementary level, there are both public and private schools. As far as food is concerned, it is straightforward to access both a general and a specialty grocery store by walking from any home in this part of Toronto. Furthermore, thanks to 100-odd restaurants and cafes in this part of Toronto, there is almost always a place to get a meal or beverage just around the corner. It is also very easy to reach a selection of clothing stores on foot.