A May 12, 2016 Globe and Mail article is entitled: “Fewer listings in Toronto’s housing market make for a bitter spring.”
The article includes a photo with the following caption: “This house at 5 Elton Cres., with an asking price of $1,559,800, has been transformed from a bungalow into two stories built around a central atrium.”
J.O. Elton and Gresley Elton
Sid (Suit) Olvet has noted that Elton Crescent is named in honour of J.O. (“Jack”) Elton, who was reeve of Long Branch before the legendary Marie Curtis.
A current project, that I am working on from time to time – a draft of 10,000-plus words is in progress – involves the writing of A History of Long Branch (Toronto) – Draft 4 featuring brief, evidence-based glimpses of the history of Long Branch.
With regard to Jane’s Walk, an upcoming Jane’s Walk next door to Long Branch will take place on Saturday, May 28, 2016:
The Jane’s Walk website provides the following quick overview of the above-noted May 28, 2016 walk:
Additional photos of Gresely Elton’s architectural details
Additional photos of Gresely Elton’s work are available at a post entitled: