No. 7 Dale Avenue, an address that is as sublime as its surroundings. Twenty-six private ravine
residences, nestled on a quiet tree-lined street, are the newest addition to
one of Toronto’s oldest and most exclusive neighbourhoods. This collection of elegant
residences is a perfect match for its richly storied community.
The Rosedale neighbourhood is synonymous with luxury. It is not only one of Toronto's most elite districts, it is also one of its most venerable. Named Rosedale by original resident Mary Jarvis in the 1820s for the wild roses that grew in the forests around her home, this community of winding streets, lined with majestic trees and grand homes, is the essence of Toronto's heritage.
Today, the forested ravines of Rosedale are a still a treasured natural asset, adding to the grandeur and exclusivity of the community. They wend their way along river and roadway, embracing the landscape, and creating an extravagant natural gateway from the vibrant city to the tranquil streets of Rosedale. A fully realized fusion of architecture and nature, this enclave conjures a carefree life.