Built by renowned Toronto architect Eustace Godfrey Bird, this classic home was completed in 1912. It is situated on an enourmous 123.5 ft x 339.6 ft almost ss1 acre overlooking the lush Don Valley. This home is unparalleled in its incredible quality of detail and overall condition. This home is one of the few remaining examples of neo-Georgian architrecture in its original state in Toronto and is one of the finest examples in Canada.

 

 
 
No expense was spared in the construction and decoration of the home. It features updated mechanical and electrical systems as well as a renovated kitchen and washroom. None of its original character and ambiance has been lost and today its it representat one of the most finely crafted and well preserved homes of its era.
 
 
 
 
 
This property is quietlynestled into a very pretty corner of Rosedale. The grounds are surrounded by brick and stone walls and wrought iron fencing, with wrought iron gates at the entrance to the circular drive. There is a coach house situated in the foreground, linked to the main house by a porte cochere. The view over the reat gardedns is majestiv, as the property is very deep and gently slopes dow to the rear beltline of a heavily treed ravine. The lower level of the house has walkouts at the rear onto the pool terrave and garden area.
 
 
 
 
The homme boasts 10 bedroomms, 9 bathrooms, over 18,950 square feet. There is a formal dining room, which seat 24 and adjoins a rotunda style breakfast room. The coach house features double a double garage with 1 bedrooms / nanny apartment.
 
This home has been sold by Janet Lindsay. For more information on Janet’s other listings, please contact her at (416) 925-9191.

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