This newly built luxurious home is located in the prestigious York Mills neighborhood of Toronto, Ontario, CN. The 9,000+ square foot mansion boasts a marble 2-story foyer with skylight, a sweeping wrought iron staircase, 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, exquisite crown molding and high end finishings throughout, 3 kitchens, elevator, sauna, 2 steam rooms, 4 fireplaces, walnut paneled office, nanny’s room, indoor hot tub, 2 laundry rooms and much more. It is listed at $4,199,000. The exterior (color of the roof) is not really my taste, but the interior is quite exceptional. No detail was overlooked, that’s for sure.

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  • jeph

    now is that in us dollars or canadian dollars?




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  • Iemand

    There are some good things like the staircase (it’s beautiful) and the foyer.
    But that fireplace doesn’t look right in that room, it just doesn’t fit there; it sticks out way to much.
    I’m with Kenny; the roof color is hideous, if they had picked the right color it would look much better.
    Last but not least; is that a bathroom on picture 8? It’s stupid, it has the size of a ballroom but the shower/toilet are pushed in the corners. Not the way to do it I think.




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    • Daniel

      I agree with you about the bathroom, although I think it may be more of an indoor wellness center/gym with no equipment (taking a guess here). I think that’s a Jacuzzi tub and a sauna. Would make much more sense than being just a bathroom.

      Exterior is horrible IMO, green roof or not. I do like some interior elements, but overall it’s just an okay home. Kitchen is probably my favorite room, although the breakfast area should have been a bit more separated from the rest of the space.




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  • Cole

    I love the interior, but I’m not so keen of the facade.




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m going to jump on the badwagon here. I really don’t like it any of it. The exterior is especially bad; it looks as if someone stuff a rather hideous over-sized hat on the house. At least if you live in the house, you don’t have to look at the outside of it.




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    • Daniel

      I can probably say with 98% accuracy that a mansard roof will turn any house into something hideous or where a witch would feel comfortable.




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      • Grrrowler

        I think you’re right. I was trying to find some sort of design flaw with the mansard roof but it was done correctly. It’s just ugly. The green just accentuates it and makes it the primary focal point.

        I just realized I wrote “stuff” instead of “stuck” in my first comment. Oy…




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      • Architect 121

        I do think the house is hideous, but I also think mansard roofs can be add so much to a french style home. One of my favorite homes, by Pak Heydt and Associates of Atlanta, wouldn’t be the same without its beautiful roof:

        http://lh5.ggpht.com/_hUw_VQ5l9r0/SxJqGEyme9I/AAAAAAAAF0M/GrY3l281Crw/s1600-h/french_pakheydt4.jpg




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        • Grrrowler

          I agree…that’s a beautiful house. The style has been taken to it’s logical conclusion and the roof has beautiful curves in it. Everything is perfectly balanced. The roof on this Toronto house just looks stuck on top of the house without any thought of the overall design.




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  • Stewie

    It’s ok-ish. The outside is alright but I’m not a fan. On the inside there is way too much marble and it just looks unimaginative and kind of ugly imo




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