57 Castle Frank Road is the perfect place to call home. South Rosedale is Toronto’s first garden suburb, in the heart of the city centre. It is a truly walkable neighbourhood.

And the house is minutes away from historic Milkman’s Lane, which provides access to Toronto’s vast ravine system, where you can walk for hours by the stream under the treed canopy of a conservation area. The great outdoors… only a few blocks from Bloor and Yonge.

Step out the front door to sit in stunning gardens or walk the glorious ravines.

The area is a foodie’s dream. Shop locally at the farmers’ market on Saturdays at The Brickworks, just past Craigleigh Park, down Milkman’s Lane, and along the ravine. Residents walk to shops and restaurants on the Danforth, Bloor Street and Parliament St.

Families here live close to some of Toronto’s best private schools: Branksome Hall, Royal St. Georges, Montcrest and Greenwood. All within easy reach.

And if you have a family pet, there is no better place to meet people than the dog park in Craigleigh Gardens. You will get to know your neighbours with one ball run.

The majestic homes in this neighbourhood rarely enter the market. There are so many reasons why the people who live here never want to leave…

A Garden Home in the Heart of the City

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