The place: A 99-year-old home with a red-brick exterior, bay windows, a Conestoga tile roof and a large, welcoming front porch.
The history: Built in 1917, the home has many original features (like the three wood-burning fireplaces, the solarium and much of the woodwork), but it has had many updates over the years. The more recent additions include a new kitchen and a five-car subterranean garage. The sellers have even taken care of some less obvious problems, like almost all of the knob-and-tube wiring.
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Source: Toronto Life, 4/13/2016