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    Homes for Sale in Humewood | Cedarvale, Toronto, ON

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    Buying a home in Humewood | Cedarvale

    Named for the 1850’s estate built by a lawyer named William Hume Blake, the Humewood and Cedarvale area is an upper class neighbourhood, located in midtown Toronto. Although the estate burned to the ground in the 1870s, it was rebuilt, and subsequently upgraded over the years — still standing today on Humewood Drive.

    This neighbourhood is known for large detached houses — some of which could be considered mansions — and the Cedarvale Park which covers a large swatch of land in the middle of the neighbourhood. With winding residential streets shrouded by towering trees, the natural beauty of this neighbourhood is on full display no matter where you are.

    Because most residents live in single-family homes, the condo scene in Humewood and Cedarvale has been stagnant for many years and there aren't many Toronto condos in the area, but recently, new developments have begun to crop up; for anyone who’s had they eyes on this area, that should be welcome news, as Humewood and Cedarvale condos are among the most affordable options in the neighbourhood.

    Parents have a selection of schools to choose from for their children, in private and public boards. This neighbourhood is a dream location for nature lovers; there are several small parks in the area and Cedarvale Park has walking trails, a dog park, a playground, a splash pad, and acres of open green grass. Kids have tons of recreational facilities to keep them busy — hockey arenas, tennis courts, and a wealth of sports fields.

    The majority of businesses are found to the north on Eglinton — here you’ll find a nice selection of pubs, restaurants, several retail locations, drug stores, banks, and more.

    Condo Life in Humewood | Cedarvale

    Humewood and Cedarvale has a growing condo scene, with a few buildings already completed and more in pre-construction. Units here tend to be a little more generous when it comes to layouts, but prices are mostly on par with Toronto condos for sale in busier neighbourhoods.

    Budget minded buyers might be drawn to spacious units at Heathwood Manor, which offer larger units than found in most modern buildings, but limited amenities; while buyers who want all the extras bells and whistles will want to check out 530 St Clair West — and you might not mind paying a bit more when you’re lounging by the pool or sweating out a hard day in the sauna.

    Most Humewood and Cedarvale condos are located near St. Clair or Eglinton, giving residents easy access dining and transit. Those who are interested in Humewood condos in the south, have a larger selection; for Cedarvale condos, The Hill Condominiums in the Upper Village is the only option.


    Humewood and Cedarvale has an enviable Walk Score of 80 — quite impressive for a residential neighbourhood. Residents can run most errands on foot, and spare the planet from further pollution.

    Those who require public transit have buses on Eglinton, Bathurst, Vaughan, and also St Clair which is just south of the neighbourhood. Additionally, Eglinton West Station is just north of the neighbourhood for subway service.

    Drivers who are in a hurry can go north for Allen Road and the 401, making it easy to connect to the Don Valley Parkway or other major highways.