A Fresh Face Fits Right Into An Established Toronto Enclave

This newly built house in Toronto’s Lytton Park may be the freshest face on the block, but it looks right at home. The Georgian-inspired three-story is in keeping with the classic styles of existing houses in the community.

Once farmland and a rural suburb of Toronto, the neighborhood was originally made up of mostly Georgian and Tudor-style homes, many of which date from around 1890 to 1930. During the period from 1920 to 1945 local architectural tastes expanded to include American Foursquare, Victorian and Colonial designs.

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