Integral House is probably the most spectacular private residence in Toronto. It’s being called a house that changed the cultural landscape of an entire city and it can be yours for a cool $28-million CAD. Its original owner, math textbook magnate James Stewart, had the 17,000-square-foot Rosedale home built to his exact specifications. It was created by the finest craftspeople from around the globe using only the best materials imaginable. The impressive front facade stands two stories high while the back drops five stories into a ravine which the home enjoys panoramic views of.
This architectural work of art spans just over 17,000 square feet featuring four bedrooms, eight bathrooms including a two bedroom guest flat. The home’s stunning centerpiece is a concert hall-like entertainment space for 150 people, complete with overlooking balconies. There’s also an indoor exercise poo and spa complex.
There is nothing ordinary about this home. The listing notes, “Imagined around the concert hall, Integral House is all about entertaining. Music feeds the soul. Passion. Curves. Voluminous space.”