Skip Navigation

Digital Archive Ontario

Current and historical content, curated by Toronto Public Library

David Duncan House Open in full size

David Duncan House

Picture, 195-,

David Duncan House

Picture, 195-,

Notes

Lot 11, Con. 3. East. York Mills Rd. – 866. David Duncan home “Moatfield,” built in 1865 on York Mills Road (West of Don Mills Road). David Duncan was a prominent North York dairy farmer and a breeder of Jersey cattle. Moatfield was inherited by David’s son Gordon Duncan, and sold in 1971 after his death. It was relocated in 1986 to 125 Moatfield Drive, where it was restored and turned into a restaurant. As of 2015 it is still open as The David Duncan House Fine Dining. It is a designated heritage building, and is one of the last remaining examples of the “gingerbread” style of gothic architecture in Ontario.

Rights and Licenses

Copyright © North York Historical Society

Medium

Print

Extent

82 x 116 mm

Provenance

Toronto Public Library. North York Central Library. Canadiana Department. Gift of North York Historical Society.

Call Number / Accession Number

NYHS00065