Doris McCarthy's Fool's Paradise

Doris McCarthy's Fool's Paradise sits atop the Scarborough Bluffs. Its name is owed to McCarthy's mother, who considered the estate purchase an unnecessary extravagance. A revered artist known for her landscape paintings, McCarthy lived and worked in the house at Fool's Paradise and eventuall donated it to the Ontario Heritage Trust to become a future retreat for generations of aspiring artists. The beautiful home on the 12 acre protected estate yields beautiful views from one of Toronto's greatest vistas. 

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