The Connoisseur Collection

When: Built circa 1981-1983.

Where: Langley Place, Linden Cresent (parts), Lindhurst Street, Lillington Street (parts), Lambeth Street (parts).

Who: Built by Bramalea Limited. Some houses built by Sena Brothers.

What I know: Most designs were offered in versions which would fit on 50, 60 and 75-foot wide lots. With wider lots, the garage is moved to the side.

The Anjou plan has a large studio over the garage which is also a feature of plans in Sterling Ridge  in the M-Section (built earlier), and The Strand collection built in the J- and N-Section around the same time.

At the bottom of the post are the plans built by Sena Brothers scattered throughout the development.

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Toronto Star, August 8, 198182feb13

Toronto Star, February 13, 198282mar20

Toronto Star, March 20, 198282sept4

Toronto Star, September 4, 1982 82sept25

Toronto Star, September 25, 1982

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020 0202The Anjou is essentially the same design as the Chianti, only with the addition of a Master Retreat over the garage.

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Sprinkled throughout the Connoisseur Collection are a handful of houses built by Sena Brothers Carpentry Inc.:

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