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Queen Anne of Cabbagetown

The Queen Anne is said to be the most ornate Victorian form.  In Canada, between the early 1880s and late 1890s, this style was a very popular choice for wealthy residents looking to build a new home.  Today, there are three notable locations of the Queen Anne style in Toronto: 139 Seaton Street  297 Carlton Street 314 Wellesley Street Other examples of Queen Anne appear sporadically in areas like The Annex and Rosedale.   The Queen Anne movement began in England almost two decades before ever reaching Canada.  During this time many people were heavily influenced by medieval England and ... Read More »