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Richard Eade House circa 1882-1885
Photos and transcription by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, 2014
This Heritage Toronto 2013 Plaque, at 156 Galloway Road just north of Kingston Road, has this to say:
Coordinates: 43.762472 -79.195046
Richard Eade, a descendant of early Scarborough settlers, operated a general store in nearby West Hill. He purchased this house in 1891. The farmhouse was designed with elements of the Gothic Revival style, including bargeboards and a steep pitched roof.
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