The Cedarvale Toronto neighbourhood, historically belonging to the York borough, is bordered by Vaughan Road and Maplewood Avenue to the south all the way to Eglinton Avenue to the north and from Bathurst to the east to Atlas Avenue to the west. Cedarvale real estate styles vary significantly offering large homes on expansive lots built after 1920 and smaller more modest bungalows as starter homes making it affordable for younger families to live in Cedarvale.
The defining feature of this neighbourhood is the Cedarvale Ravine, which cuts a wide diagonal swath through the middle of Cedarvale. This ravine provides numerous recreational opportunities. Cedarvale has an established Jewish community that has grown up around the Holy Blossom Temple and Beth Tzedec Synagogue, which are both situated on Bathurst Street.