Built in 1857, and originally called Caverhill, it is one of the oldest houses in South Rosedale and was home to the Mayor of Toronto, George Geary from the 1920's to the 1950's. The beautifully proportioned historical facade creates a timeless masterpiece. It is situated on a highly coveted lot (approximately 1 acre), in Rosedale, Toronto's most desired neighbourhood. The gorgeous views are wonderful features of this second-built house. This majestic house will have your guests fully entertained while ensuring complete privacy. A beautifully crafted guest house with underground direct access to the home exemplifies the property's regal standing. The garage will showcase your automobiles in stunning display. Escape to the city's prestigious Bay-Bloor-Yorkville area, moments away where high-end shopping, entertaining, and five star restaurants await. Only once in a lifetime such a celebrated property becomes available.