George Davis House (Toronto)

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George Davis House, Kingswood Road, Toronto

The George Davis House, is a house in Toronto, Ontario built in 1919 and designated as a Toronto Heritage Property on September 30, 2004.[1] The house is located at 40 Kingswood Road in the Beaches area of eastern Toronto and part of the Kingswood Road South Heritage Conservation District.[2] The house was built for George Davis, an editor with Maclean's Publishing, and was later occupied by F.S. Hollister whose firm was involved in creating the World War 1 memorial windows in Ottawa's Peace Tower on Parliament Hill.[1] The house is considered a good example of "Period Revival Design with English Tudor elements".[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c City of Toronto By-Law No. 750-2004
  2. ^ E.R.A. Architects Inc. (2009) Kingswood Road South Heritage Conservation District, 134 pp, plan_kingswoodsouth.pdf. (Accessed 2012-09-25)

Coordinates: 43°40′29″N 79°17′02″W / 43.6748°N 79.2839°W / 43.6748; -79.2839