The Jane Toronto was built in the Arts and Crafts style in 1906 by a wealthy industrialist named Harry Paterson. Paterson employed a well known Toronto architect, Eden Smith, to design the house. Smith also built many of Toronto’s libraries, churches and the junior school at Upper Canada College. The house is on the City of Toronto historic register and cannot be altered on the outside. Extensive internal luxury renovations were completed to equip all rooms with en suite marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and reliable high-speed internet. Three of our rooms were given gas fireplaces. These renovations were made to make our guests feel at home.
We are conveniently located five (5) minutes from Yorkville—where you will find the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Gardiner Museum, University of Toronto campus and world-class shopping. It is a seven (7) minute walk from the Dupont and St. George subway stations.