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Scott-Westney House circa 1861
Photos by contributor Kaitlin Wainwright - Posted July, 2014
Around the back of this house on McLevin Avenue in the Malvern area of Scarborough can be found this 2013 Heritage Toronto plaque. Here's what it says:
Coordinates: 43.80369 -79.23079
This house was originally on Sheppard Avenue East. First sold to Stephen Westney, the house was purchased by George Scott in 1887. The Scott family owned it until the 1950s. The vernacular Ontario residence features a saltbox roof and rubble masonry. Dismantled in 1982, the house was reassembled here and then opened in 1990.
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