APPROXIMATIVE AGE: 100+
Springfield Farm House. This culturally significant home is located east of central downtown. Step into Canadian History and the era of Upper Canada. Imagine living in a stunning historical home where the roots reach back to the origins of Toronto. James Thomson built Springfield Farm House in 1838 and Thomson’s descendants lived in the home until the 60’s. In 2012 the property was obtained and rescued from obscurity. Sotheby’s International Realty Canada is proud to offer this completely revitalized historic property. Springfield sits prominently on the list of Toronto’s oldest buildings. Only now has it been rightfully returned to a household of presence. Now available, the next owners will add their personal story to Springfield’s impressive lineage.
Restoration and Revitalization
Lewitt Construction renowned for culturally sensitive renovations and renowned interior modernization of Toronto landmarks Enoch Turner School House, George Brown House and Queen’s Park has exhaustively renovated this wonderful historical home. Lewitt Construction and Springfield have been awarded BILD Industry’s Best Renovations Over $500,000 in 2012. Meticulous attention to the original structure’s architecture has been maintained. The home’s exterior historical tone has been carefully preserved, and the interior completely retrofitted with modern technology. From historical windows to state of the art space-pack heating/cooling systems, and radiant floor heating, every requirement for contemporary living has been met.
Neighborhood: Toronto Living space: 4900 ft2 Lot size: 27500.00 ft2 Bedrooms: 4+1 Bathrooms: 4Approximative Age: 100+Parking: 8 placesTaxes: $5,208 (Other 2013)