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When I saw the title I just knew it had to be on Shaw St, Toronto. New houses have been built on that side of the street, and sure enough, wait two or three years and you'll see that tilting has started, quite noticeable 2 to 4 inches. I know exactly the spots, I would never buy a property there. Martha Fernandez-AvelloRE/MAX Ultimate Realty Inc. Brokerage
I agree with Martha. I knew it, too, when I read the title. I used to drive people past there, as one of the odd sights of Toronto. Any new construction would require costly caissons to connect to bedrock, otherwise, forget it. Deranged people have been created from living there, in that row of houses....
Excuse me, but I grew up in that house and we are far from deranged! Of course when we lived there in the 50s and 60s, you could still walk UP to the front door.
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