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73 Garden Avenue

LAST UPDATE: September 5 2021

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73 Garden Avenue, Toronto - May 2019 - Image via Google Streetview

73 Garden Avenue, Toronto - May 2019 - Image via Google Streetview

AT RISK INFORMATION
At risk status:
This building is at risk

Info:

As of 2021, 73 Garden Avenue has been proposed for demolition to facilitate the severance of the lot into 2 halves and the subsequent construction of a 3-storey house. 

BUILDING INFORMATION
Name & Location
73 Garden Avenue
73 Garden Avenue
Roncesvalles, Toronto

First Occupant:
Alfred Seymour

OTHER IDENTIFICATION
Notes:

This cottage dates to 1885, although has been reclad with modern siding materials.  73 Garden Avenue was one of the first houses constructed on Garden Avenue and dates to the same year that the street first appears in City of Toronto and Parkdale Directories.

 

73 Garden Avenue was formerly known as 13 Garden Avenue West prior to 1889. 

 

73 Garden Avenue was first home to Alfred Seymour - a bricklayer - who lived here from 1885 until 1886.

 

Between 1887 and 1888, 73 Garden Avenue was home to William Kidd - a machinist.

 

In 1889, 73 Garden Avenue was home to Edward Bailey. 

 

By 1890, 73 Garden Avenue was home to James Lightfoot. James Lightfoot was a labourer at William Lightfoot - a market garden stall at St. Lawrence Market. Other members of the Lightfoot family - also involved with William Lightfoot - lived nearby on Parkdale Avenue and Roncesvalles Avenue.

 

 

Year Completed:
1885

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