Tucked away from the chaos of the city, is a stunning 17,00o-sq-ft mansion for sale that might easily be one of the coolest listings you’ll ever see in Toronto.
Located at 194 Roxborough Drive in Rosedale, the stunning residence was designed in 2010 for a world-renowned mathematician and is unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.
Both the interior and exterior of the home feature calculus-inspired curves, walls of glass and is a “symphonic blend” of creative family-living and an artful performance space.
According to the property listing, it’s perhaps one of the “top 10 private residences built in this century.”
And this remarkable gem can be yours for just $21,500,000.
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Here you’ll find ample space to entertain family and friends, and of course, there’s lots of room for them to park, as the home comes equipped with a three-car garage and eight parking spaces.
The four-bedroom home is equipped with eight bathrooms, countless seating areas, an art gallery, a home gym, plus a private elevator to really step things up a notch.
For those looking to relax and unwind, there’s a steam room, a sauna, an indoor pool, a hot tub, and three fireplaces to cozy up next to.
But what’s the main selling point is that the residence has enough space to hold a 200-person concert, because why wouldn’t you want to hold a concert in your own home?
If you still need convincing to get your cheque book out, you can get a better look at what this architectural wonder looks like below.