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Heritage Homes

The owners of a 1880s semi in South Harbord Village gutted the inside of the home, only keeping its historic façade. The house is a designated heritage property and underwent a complete renovation by Dubbledam Architecture + Design. Just a few doors down, a row of three other Victorian heritage homes burned down and were later rebuilt on Robert Street. Curbed has more photos. Do have a look. [National Post]