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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca:

The buildings on Weston Road are all commercial in nature and include a one and two storey frame building on the corner of Weston Road and Little Avenue constructed in 1913 or earlier and Ward’s Funeral Home at 2000 Weston Road (1949), formerly the Fire Hall. The funeral home has maintained the appearance of its original use and has painted a mural of historic Weston on the south façade of the building.

Weston Road was formerly known as Weston Plank and
Gravel Road as well as Main Street.

Tags:   2000 Weston Road Heritage Conservation District-Weston Heritage Conservation District Weston Toronto Ontario Canada Groupe Charlie Titanium

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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca:

With the exception of one property, all structures on King Street Crescent were constructed in the 1920's.

Building heights range from one to two-and-a-half storeys, with brick being the predominant construction. 2 King Street Crescent (1920-1925), currently a Seniors' Residence, is the exception to this, being constructed with stone and stucco cladding.

Tags:   2 King Street Crescent Heritage Conservation District-Weston Heritage Conservation District Weston Toronto Ontario Canada

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Tags:   3 King Street Crescent Heritage Conservation District-Weston Heritage Conservation District Weston Toronto Ontario Canada

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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca:

Little Avenue, formerly known as Central Avenue, consists of structures built predominantly from 1918 to 1938, with one non-heritage home built in 1977.

Notes of interest on the street include 3-3A Little Avenue (1918) which was formerly the first auto garage in Weston. The garage door has been bricked in and replaced with a man door to convert the building into two residential units.

Tags:   Heritage Conservation District-Weston Heritage Conservation District Weston Toronto Ontario Canada 3-3A Little Avenue Groupe Charlie Titanium Level-1:Peace Awards

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Excerpt from www1.toronto.ca:

Some of the building architecture repeats itself on this street; Numbers 7, 9 and 11 Little Avenue (1938) are all small brick, stone and stucco bungalows with attached garages of similar design.

Tags:   7 Little Avenue Heritage Conservation District-Weston Heritage Conservation District Weston Toronto Ontario Canada Level 1-Photography for Recreation Photozone Level 1


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