‘Gateside House’ 131-135 Aberdeen Avenue, Circa 1905
This home goes to CRASH THE INTERNET. It has 10 fireplaces…how might it not?!
BUT critically, the hype is unimaginable (and comprehensible).
A preliminary digital tour was posted early in the summertime, hinting that this landmark residence was coming to the market quickly. FreshBrick followers and actual property ‘creepers’ alike caught wind and the reveal has been anxiously anticipated ever since.
And thank goodness my anticipation cultivated motivation because the journey to this put up was not with out its challenges. I first wanted to register to view the within footage…THEN I needed to take display grabs (for the reason that photos have been protected) and crop every of them with a purpose to share with you. Please make all my arduous work worthwhile by drooling over the images under:)
- eight bedrooms + eight loos
- 189′ x 100′ lot within the coronary heart of the town
- Grand areas for entertaining with beautiful architectural element preserved
- 10 fireplaces!
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- The realtor made the homeowners take away all their beautiful, priceless antiques
MORE FRESH FACTS (Grand Durand by Graham Crawford):
- Considered a ‘royal residence’ by the British authorities which chosen homes all through the British Empire they regarded as appropriate for visiting royals
- The spouse of Edward V11, Prince of Wales, Wallis Simpson, visited the home, as did Princess Margaret
- Architect John Lyle (authentic home) additionally designed Union Station and the Royal Alexandra Theatre, each in Toronto
- Original homeowners have been Col. William and Elizabeth (Lilly) Hendrie
- The residence was added to in 1909 by architects Munro and Mead who had designed different properties within the neighbourhood, together with 12 Ravenscliffe and 125 Abdereen
- Added to once more in 1914
- Dining room (a part of 1914 addition) is 25’x45′!
View full itemizing HERE
Listed at $three.9MM
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