We started at Yonge/St. Clair and finished at Bathurst/Davenport.
We walked by a lot of old houses in Toronto, including ...
Woodlawn, Toronto's second oldest residence still used as a private home.
|Oaklands, part of de la Salle College, a Catholic School|
|Ardwold, home of the Eaton family (now condos)|
|Spadina House, built in 1866|
|Casa Loma (built in 1914)|
|Stable for Casa Loma|
E.J. Lennox' home
(the architect who designed Casa Loma, Old City Hall and more)
|Witch Hat House|
|Car in the driveway of Witch Hat House|
|First house in Wynchwood, in the 1870s|