King Edward Private Residences

Condominium for sale in
Financial District, Toronto

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When the notoriously dour and somber Queen Victoria finally died in 1901, ending the longest reign in British history, her son Edward ascended the throne- and the empire upon which “ the sun famously never set “ was ready to, well, party. Thus began what has been called the Edwardian Age, a period of unrivalled opulence and wealth, presided over by a monarch in the portly guise of King Edward VII, who loved luxury, pleasure and the company of beautiful woman ( not all of whom were his wife). Which is not to say he wasn’t completely devoted to his stunning consort, Queen Alexandra, to whom Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre on King Street West owes its name.



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