Formerly known as Howard Park, Roncesvalles is well known for its small-town European ambience. Real estate in this neighbourhood is popular among young families who appreciate it's convenience of location.

Roncesvalles is bounded by Queen St West in the South, Roncesvalles in the East, Bloor St West in the North and Lansdowne Avenue in the East.

Notable Amenities in Roncesvalles Village are:

1. Schools - Fern Avenue Public School, Garden Avenue Junior Public School, Howard Junior Public School and St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Elementary School are the educational institutes available in Roncesvalles

2. Health -St. Joseph's Health Centre can be found at the intersection of Sunnysideand the Queensway and has been open since the 1840s. 

3. Shopping - Roncesvalles village is home to myriad of vibrant stores. 

4. Restaurants - Some of the cities most popular restaurants like Barque Smokehouse, Hopgood's Foodliner, Cafe Polonez and The Westerly call Roncesvalles their home.

Getting to Roncesvalles by Public Transport:  

Roncesvalles is accessible by 504 King St, 501 Queen St and 508 Lakeshore West street cars.