A Heritage Home in the Heart of the mimico triangle
58 Wheatfield Road was built in 1908 by Alfred Baker, a local architect, for his family. When he passed in 1956, his widow continued to live there, followed by his son, until his death in 1962. It is a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home in the heart of the Mimico Triangle on a very large 50′ x 124′ lot. The home boasts the original hardwoods on the second floor and more recently renovated bathrooms on the second floor. The gardens will appeal to any landscape enthusiast-full of peonies in the spring and many, many others throughout the summer. As of late March, 2019, this home is now designated a Heritage Home by the Ontario Heritage Act.
NOTE: This home was purchased prior to going to MLS and as such, we did not even have our professional photography and videography completed.