One of Canada’s most architecturally significant residences. Toronto was transformed by star-architect John C Parkin who created the ‘International Style’ in Canada and designed such incredible modernist buildings as Pearson International Airport, Toronto City Hall and this spellbinding residence at 30 High Point Road.
Built in 1976, the sprawling 26,000-square-foot estate features eight bedrooms spread throughout its three-and-a-half stories. Its contemporary interior boats concrete walls embedded with pink and white quartz stones, gloss black granite floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows. 2.12 acres of rolling lawns, gardens, towering trees, lawns, terraces, and gardens, there is even a putting green.
On a practical level, the lower level offers a house manager’s office and abundant storage space. The main level has a two bedroom and two-bathroom housekeeper’s suite. Made for entertaining, the interior includes a wet bar, a 1,700-square-foot recreation room. Car collectors will treasure the 7-car heated garage facility. Drive in one door and out another. With its greenhouse window and epoxy coating, it’s unlike any garage you have ever seen. An elevator accesses all three levels.
Indoor and outdoor swimming pools. When standing in the breakfast area, the floor cantilevers over the indoor swimming pool and allows you to look through the massive wall of glass to the outdoor pool. BUY FROM SOTHEBY’S / $21,100,000. Discover Opulent Club on Apple news.