When: Built circa 1988-1990
Where: Laurelcrest Street (parts), Livery Way, Lillington Street (parts), Lone Oak Avenue, London Lane, Lansdowne Drive, Larchwood Place, Large Court, Lehar Court (parts), Lakeridge Drive (parts).
Who: Fram Building Group
What I Know: The earlier phase of this area The Nortonville Estate had some original and innovative designs in both the interior plan and facade. For this phase, the designs are more traditionally-inspired. That said, the houses in this phase were built to R-2000 energy-saving standards. The house at the southwest corner of Laurelcrest Street and Vodden Street was built as a prototype house for energy efficiency and is described in the last newspaper article below.
The 2194 and 2696 plans are notable as they do not have windows in the dining room. Due to the fairly narrow lot widths (37-feet) and the limited space between houses, fire bylaws prevent windows on one side of the house (the side facing the windows of the adjacent house).
A handful of larger houses on wider lots were built by Fram at the end of Lillington Street – the plans are below at the end of the post. I am missing the plans for the 40-foot houses on Lakeridge Drive.
Broles Building Corporation also built in the same area, east of Parr Lake North.
Toronto Star, March 3, 1990
Toronto Star, February 8, 1992