The Cedarvale neighbourhood in midtown Toronto is the tonier section of the Cedarvale-Humewood community. It is north of Cedarvale Park and Vaughan Street with Eglinton Avenue defining the northern boundary. The two communities lie within Bathurst Street on the east and Winnett Avenue on the west. Humewood is south of Vaughan Street and north of St. Clair Avenue West.

The original homes in Cedarvale date back to the 1920s and 1950s. The housing mix for this area range from modest, starter homes to luxury houses with ravine views. Custom homes retain traditional elegance with modern features such as gourmet kitchens with modern finishes. Higher density housing in the form of semi-detached homes and low rise apartments are located on the outer fringes.

Humewood homes go back to 1910 up to 1925 with distinct English Cottage, Tudor and Edwardian influences. Cozy front porches, dormer windows and some gingerbread detail are evident on some of the well-preserved homes. Humewood is more of a middle-class, family-oriented community.

Schools serving the community include Cedarvale Community School, Arlington Middle School, Humewood Community School and J.R. Wilcox Community School. A number of Jewish religious sites are within the community for the large Jewish community in Cedarvale.

The 35-acre Cedarvale Park features amenities for cyclists, joggers, birdwatchers and cross-country skiers in winter. The park is on the northern section of Cedarvale Ravine. It features facilities for various activities including soccer, tennis, baseball and ice-skating. Neighbourhood parks include Humewood Park and Graham Park. The Oakwood Village Library and Arts Centre hosts theatre, movie nights, dance classes and live performances.

The commercial strip for Cedarvale is Eglinton Avenue with its upscale Jewish shops and high-end clothing and home improvement stores. Humewood is closer to St. Clair West which is a thriving retail strip with grocers, restaurants, discount stores, quick service restaurants and pharmacies.

Cedarvale-Humewood is close to the primary business core of Toronto and is also highly accessible with subway service, streetcar and bus routes covering the major arteries. Access to Ontario’s highway network is another draw for this community.

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