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I put on my smarty pants to properly bring you this week’s crush. Originally built in 1906, this amazing house is located on what was farmland in Toronto’s Caribou Park. Built brick by brick by a stonemason from Scotland, it is listed on the Toronto Historical Board’s Inventory of Historical Properties.
It features pretty much everything that I have on my historical house wish list:
- self-contained coach house
- magnificent 1 acre treed lot
- marble window sills
- original stained glass
- stucco & stone walls
- MANY FIREPLACES
So this is your chance to own a piece of Toronto that is super fancy and HISTORIC.
43 Kimbark Boulevard
Donald J. Wagman, Slavens & Associates Real Estate Inc.