A well established, family oriented neighbourhood, Cliffside has many fine attributes such as an pleasant mix of olderstyle houses, streets lined with greenery, a vibrant shopping district, and beautiful waterfront parks. Houses in this neighbourhood we mostly built between the 1920's to 40's which include a diverse mix of architectural styles such as Tudor, Cape Cod, Edwardian, Craftsman style bungalows as well as newer, contemporary homes.

Boundaries of this Toronto neighbourhood are: Lake Ontario on the South, Brimley Road S on the East, St Clair Avenue E and the railway tracks on the North, and Kennedy Road on the West.

Notable Amenities in Rockcliff Include:

1. Schools and Education: Cliffside Public School, John A Leslie Public School, Chine Drive Public School, Blessed Cardinal Newman Secondary Catholic School, and St. Theres Shrine Elementary Catholic School

2. Food and Restaurants: Popular eateries in the Rockcliff neighbourhood are Vi Pei (Canadian Classics), Duckworth’s Fish & Chips LtdWimpy’s DinerThai NakaCosy Hungarian Dining RoomAioli Bistro (French Cuisine), and Gourmet Schnitzel House (German and Hungarian Cuisine)

3. Leisure and Recreation: Check out the Cliffside Village which features a wide mixture of shops, convenience stores, variety stores, restaurants, and small independent retailers as well as company owned stores. Another distinguishing feature of this shopping district is the series of colourful wall murals that depict the history of the communities. In addition to shopping, residents can also enjoy time at the Scarborough Bluffs Park, a scenic lakefront park whic offers excellent picnic spots, recreational facilities and children's playground. 

Directions to Cliffside by Public Transportation:

The Scarborough Go Station is located at the North-West corner of Cliffside. Additionally, bus routes through this neighbourhoood include: 9 and 102 on St. Clair Avenue East - 12 on Brimley Road and Kingston Road - 20 on Midland Avenue and Kennedy Road.