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  • Ben Chen

    BAY AND GABLE. The most prominent feature is the large bay window that usually covers more than half of the front of the house, surmounted by a gable roof. The classic bay and gable is a red brick semi-detached structure that is two and a half storeys tall, though many variations also exist. It was one of the most common forms of house built in late nineteenth and early twentieth century Toronto.

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    House Style - Bay-and-gable

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    Victorian Era Homes

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