What does Abbeyfield's Toronto House have to offer?
Abbeyfield Houses of Toronto 38 Lakeside Avenue, Toronto.
Lakeside House was built in 1991 by Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto.
The House is located in the lovely Toronto Hunt Club residential neighbourhood, on a quiet tree-lined street, near the intersection of Warden Avenue and Kingston Road. It is a short walk from the frequent bus service along Kingston Road and steps to a spectacular view of Lake Ontario. The House accommodates ten residents. Each resident has a private, self-furnished bed-sitting room with a sink and shares a three piece bathroom with another resident. There is a full elevator that services all three floors and there is wheelchair accessibility throughout the house and to the garden. The House features a bright spacious living room and dining room, extensive gardens and a sunny patio.
Our House Coordinator, Mavienne Knowles, is responsible for the grocery shopping, preparing two delicious meals each day and also acts as the caretaker of the building. She provides a friendly and attentive sense of security. Residents have privacy and freedom to live an independent life in a caring and supportive environment with the companionship of others.
Lakeside House is a not-for-profit residence and receives a subsidy from the City of Toronto. As a result, our fee for rent and services is well below market value.
To arrange to visit Lakeside House or to obtain more information, please contact Bill Statten, President of Abbeyfield Houses of Toronto at 416 895 9877. Abbeyfield Houses of Toronto is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors that welcomes volunteers in a variety of roles, such as house maintenance, gardening, funding raising, marketing and Board Members. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us at 416 895 9877.