Journey's End 210 Riverside Drive High Park-Swansea, Toronto
L.M. Montgomery House
In 1935, famed Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery and her husband, Rev. Ewan Macdonald, retired to this house in Toronto. Montgomery was the author of the Anne of Green Gables series and wrote her final few books in this house. She coined the house 'Journey's End.' Montgomery died in the house in 1942.
Year completed is approximate.
The house was listed as a heritage property by the City of Toronto in 1979.
Lucy Maud Montgomery in front of Â´JourneyÂ´s EndÂ´, Toronto, ON Author - L.M. Montgomery Research Centre (University of Guelph) Notes - Link to digitzed photograph of L.M. Montogmery standing outisde JourneyÂ´s End in 1940. More information
The tragic final days of Lucy Maud Montgomery Author - Adam Bunch Date - September 12, 2017 Notes - Article about L.M. MontgomeryÂ´s final days and death in the house. More information
Lucy Maud Montgomery Author - TorontoÂ´s Historical Plaques Notes - Transcription and image of a historical plaque near the house. More information