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Scadding Cabin was built in 1794 for John Scadding, clerk to Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe. This one-room cabin was constructed of squared, white pine logs with dovetailed corners. This is the oldest house in Toronto.

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Built in 1795 by Augustus Jones, it was the oldest house exists in Scarborough, and the second oldest in Toronto. William Outsterhout received the first grant land from King George III in 1805.

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Built before 1807 by John Cox, an ex-soldier turned storekeeper, and is considered one of the oldest houses in Toronto still occupying the original lot. It was built as a three-bay cabin, with a central door flanked by two windows. The door originally faced south towards the lake, but it was changed in the 1800s to face the west.

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N 1 B 2.3K C 4 E Apr 19, 2006 F Apr 19, 2006
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It is Ontario's oldest standing lighthouse. It is 20 metre high and was built in 1809 at Gibralter Point on Toronto Island.

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Built in 1817 for D'Arcy Boulton Jr., and is one of the surviving residential estates in Toronto. The building is located just south of the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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