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Once farmland and a rural suburb of Toronto, the neighborhood was originally made up of mostly Georgian and Tudor-style homes, many of which date from around 1890 to 1930.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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