Amazon Products

What Happened at 120 Placentia Boulevard?


  • April 30th, 2006

    The grow operation was in very very early stage. No electrical or plumbing infrastructure was created. However as per city guidelines remedial work, inspection, air quality report performed, in april 2006, which city of toronto found satisfactory. House was reapproved - suitable for residence purpose immediately.

  • 2021

    As per information received from the current owner of the home, the home has been remediated. Inspections in 2006 revealed no structural, environmental, or electrical issues. Three subsequent home inspections in 2006, 2011, and 2019 suggest no residual damage.

  • 2006

    Property used as a marijuana grow op: Residence listed by the RCMP as a grow op site.

  • Last updated a month ago

What is Housecreep?

Housecreep is the top real estate website for finding stigmatized properties (i.e. murder houses, reportedly haunted houses, former drug labs etc.) and otherwise noteworthy homes. Easily lookup listings near you where murders and other crimes have occurred, where paranormal activity has been reported and much more.

Housecreep was launched in 2013 by two brothers from Canada. Our aim is to encourage disclosure in the real estate industry, and to help home buyers and renters make informed decisions.

Meet the Creeps

Robert Bernard Armieri is a short filmmaker, musician, and multimedia developer. He loves The Twilight Zone, oldies music, and can be found haunting the website after dark. He makes indie rock music under the alias Orlon Gunner.

Albert Armieri has worked in research and quantitative analysis for over 10 years. He loves blues guitar, campy horror movies, and can be found tweeting on our official twitter account scanning the shortwave radio band for extraterrestrial broadcasts.

Housecreep is freely accessible to the public. Please consider a small donation to help keep the website running.

Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Daily Poll

What's Trending on Housecreep trending_up