The biggest draw is 35-acre Cedarvale Park, which cuts the midtown neighbourhood horizontally in two, with posh Cedarvale to the north and slightly cheaper, but still sought-after Humewood to the south. Nestled within the Cedarvale ravine, along a tributary to the buried Castle Frank brook of the Lower Don, the park offers enough space for multiple teams to practice soccer, while grannies head out for power walks and teens smooch on the hills. read more on torontolife.com→