True craftsmen created this 5,000-square-foot house, and it shows in every enchanting nook and cranny, in the high plastered ceilings, and in the richly aged hardwood floors. Rooms are airy and open, with bathrooms appropriately accented by pedestal sinks. A nostalgic funkiness blends 19th-century antiques and a wood-burning fireplace with modern pieces. Breakfast offers a range of hot selections, as well as an extensive Continental spread. It's within walking distance of High Park, Toronto's largest green space, and the eclectic residential neighborhoods of Roncesvalles and Bloor West Village; a 10-minute drive takes you downtown.