The massing of this transitional Etobicoke design embodies the formality and grandeur of a traditional French Chateau but with a modern twist. Simplified details, clean lines, corner windows and aluminum-clad flat dormers bring a fresh, approachable perspective to this classic style. To seamlessly connect a home of such presence to its surroundings, integrated planters bring lush greenery close to the footprint, while expansive glass and spectacular open air living space along the rear façade create a strong indoor-outdoor connection.
The interior of the home features some truly unique architectural details like a stunning circular stair in the library. The second floor of the library features a built-in bookcase with hidden access to the office. Other standout features include a double-volume family room, loft spaces in both the primary dressing room and secondary bedrooms, and three storeys of outdoor living space.