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Name & LocationLoring-Wyle Studio
110 Glenrose Avenue
Toronto, Moore Park
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NotesThis building was originally the schoolhouse for Christ Church Deer Park. It was acquired by Frances Loring and Florence Wyle, who moved it to this location in 1920. Loring and Wyle were influential sculptors, and this building served as their studio until 1968.

Year Completed0
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Height (m)0.00
Building typeDetached house
General useResidential
Specific Use
Former UseReligious
HeritageHeritage property
Main StyleGothic revival
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