Humewood-Cedarvale real estate belongs to a small family-oriented community within the Forest Hill neighbourhood and is named for the majestic cedar trees that once blanketed the area.

The spectacular Cedarvale Ravine runs diagonally through the neighbourhood and is a source of local pride and many outdoor recreational activities. Bordered by Upper Forest Hill to the north, Lower Forest Hill to the east and Hillcrest Village to the south, this beautifully landscaped community is highly coveted with easy access to amenities, highly-rated schools, and luxurious homes with picturesque views, many built on oversized lots facing the ravine and Cedarvale Park.

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Cedarvale real estate was primarily built between 1920 and 1950, homes in Cedarvale are slightly smaller than Forest Hill and vary in their styles from modest starter homes to spacious elegant homes on generous lots. Most homes for sale are single-family houses, however, “The Hill” luxury condominiums at Eglinton and Chiltern Hill will soon be completed.


Schools in the area are well established and parents can find high-quality education in public, Catholic, as well as private Jewish schools (due to the large Jewish community that populates the community). Cedarvale Community School, in particular, has one of the province’s highest ratings.


The Cedarvale Ravine provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities from bird watching to cross country skiing and even tobogganing. It is also part of the Beltline Railway path which has scenic trails for walking and biking.

Cedarvale Park features an off-leash area for dogs, four outdoor tennis courts, a skating rink, baseball diamond, two sports fields, and a splash pad and playground for children. Phil White Arena is also located in the park for indoor skating and hockey programs.


Drivers can access the Allen Expressway in just a few minutes which feeds into Highway 401. Bus services connect commuters with subway stations on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.

In addition, homeowners in Cedarvale real estate are close to Bathurst Street where the Eglinton Crosstown LRT line is being built, creating even greater accessibility for public transit users.


Residents of Cedarvale are close to Yorkdale Mall and Lawrence Plaza for their daily shopping needs. “The Eglinton Way” is a nine-block stretch on Eglinton Avenue West where you can find glamorous boutiques and eclectic dining establishments as well as professional offices and services.

Local Gems

When living in Cedarvale, you will be spoilt with the number of great restaurants and bars in the neighbourhood. Since 1971, Jerusalem Restaurant has been providing Torontonians with high-quality, home-style middle-eastern cuisine in both vegetarian and non-veg dishes. Be sure to try their delectable whole stuffed roasted lamb at the weekend dinner buffet.

For authentic Italian cuisine, head to Doppio Zero. Known for their delicious pizzas made with highly refined flour sourced directly from Italy and cooked in a brick oven, you will enjoy pizza the way that it was meant to be.