153 Lyndhurst Avenue

Toronto, Ontario


A home with history & charm. Sited in an exclusive enclave on edge of Nordheimer Ravine. Original owner Ralph Connable, Canadian general manager for F.W. Woolworth.  In 1920 he befriended Ernest Hemingway and took him in as a boarder to tutor his son. In the 1950’ the mansion was converted to Lyndhurst Lodge (hospital for paraplegics) & then 1980’s subdivided into three Mediterranean-style townhouses. Ornate crown mouldings, decorative wall detailing & marble gas fireplaces have maintained the original integrity.

An enviable location on a quiet tree-lined street in an upscale neighbourhood within walking distance to private and public schools, shopping, parks, bike trails and public transit.

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