Massey House – 515 Jarvis Street

Photo source: http://www.the519.org/about/In%20Days%20Gone%20By.pdf

Massey House was constructed in 1868 by Willima Young and remodelled by G.M. Miller.  The Masseys were the most influential family in Toronto’s industrial and philanthropic history.  Massey House is also referred to as the Arthur McMaster House or the Hart A. Massey House, and is a good example of a Gothic-style mansion.

On November 12, 1975 it was designated an historical property by the Council of the former City of Toronto.

The mansion is currently occupied by the Keg Steakhouse.

 

 

 

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