Listed Luxe: Historic Home with Ties to Upper Canada Rebellion Up for $4.8M

04.9.21 | Media Mentions

STOREYS Real Estate News

For many, the Canadian dream involves raising a family and settling down in a home on a tree-lined street where you can watch your children grow. And it just so happens that a charming, Georgian-style home in North York has just hit the market, making that dream closer to becoming a reality.

Located north of the city on a quiet, tree-lined street at 90 Burnsdale Avenue, you’ll find this historic piece of Toronto property that dates back to 1835 on a large south-facing lot (though the house itself faces east, as all houses did at that time before the neighbourhood was subdivided in the 1940s). And it will surely remind you of a rustic yet modern farmhouse.


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