Architectural Index for Ontario

Information on Building Name: Lyndhurst Lodge

Address: 153 Lyndhurst Avenue
Type of Building: Houses
Name of Building: Lyndhurst Lodge
Notes: Initailly built for Ralph Connable. Ernest Hemingway lived there in the 1920s/30s as a guest and tutor to Arthur Connable. When the Connable family moved out of the home, it was utilized as a hospice for paraplegic patients. In the 1980s, the house was divided into three homes.

Building completed 1912
Altered 1980s

Architects: Wickson & Gregg (firm)
Journal or book Year Month Page Vol. No.
National Post 2001 Sept D5 22nd
Toronto Star 2001 Oct N12 Sat 13th