Described by the listing agent as a house that changed the cultural landscape of a city. Welcome to Integral House. This architectural work of art just been reduced to CAD $22.9 million. Located at 194 Roxborough Drive, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, this over 17,000 square feet house was created by the finest craftspeople from around the globe using only the best materials imaginable.
The impressive front facade stands two stories high with concave and convex glass upper structure, fabricated in Spain, while the back drops five stories of undulating glass walls built into a ravine with panoramic views on three sides. There are four bedrooms & eight bathrooms, including a two bedroom guest flat. There’s also an indoor exercise pool, spa complex, and a concert hall which can easily seats 200 people, with an additional 100 guest in the upper galleries above. The listing notes, “Cocktail lounges, bar, catering kitchen – the house has an incredible separation between public and private spaces.
A total of 97 offset White Oak “fins” create the illusion of undulating curved window.”
The property came on the market earlier this year for $28-million and recently reduced to $22.9-million. It’s listed with Paul E. Maranger & Christian Vermast of Sotheby’s International Realty.