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experience the exclusivity of the Collier enclave

143 Collier Street

Offered at $979,000

This renovated Victorian gem, circa 1891, end–of-row town house  offers four levels of finished space (2685 sq.ft.).  A little known and non-through street east of Park Road, Collier Street is a neighbourhood unto itself.

Its layout provides flexibility of use to suit either couples or families. With  four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a nanny suite (or use as a rental apartment) and with many period character details intact it makes for a most unique and enjoyable residence.  The Yonge & Bloor location and 1 car parking within the lot off the lane is a convenient complement to the property.

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  1. Bev Moore permalink

    Just wanted to let you know this house was originally owned by Mary Ann Moore in about 1907. She then left it to Emma Marchant Winter in her will. I was in Toronto in July and walked the area. It is a nice area but there are some house s that do need to be renovated. The house was not far from the church Mary Ann and her sister Catherine worshiped at, St. Paul’s Anglican. There is also a memorial in the main church area to the ladies. I have emailed this website to many of the family members. You also might like to know that 5,7,& 9 Wellington St at Yonge, is a facade to Charles Moore Jr., owner of Charles Moore & Co, a grocer merchant and liquor importer, a brother to the ladies and son of their father Charles Moore.

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