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Playter Farmhouse, Toronto

This is one of the original houses from when the area was settled.

This is one of the original houses from when the area was settled. It was still in the family until 2006, when it was sold. It has not been turned into any kind of museum.


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About Playter Farmhouse

 17 Vulcan, Etobicoke, ON, Canada

 +1 416-444-6873

 www.interactivetoy.com

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