Inside This Unique $13 Million ‘Curve House’ In Toronto

Even in one of the city’s most expensive neighborhoods, this luxury home looks forward.

Nestled in North York’s Lawrence Park South, at 108 Stratford Crescent, this six-bedroom, seven-bath home has a long, curved roof and wood-paneled exterior.

The home’s real estate agent, Cailey Heaps, said the home’s unique architecture was beyond words.

This unique home at Stratford Crescent 108 in Lawrence Park has two skylights over the main starwell.

“The appeal is almost indescribable,” Heaps said. “The designer and owners chose to do something unexpected but extraordinarily beautiful.”

The 7,500-square-foot home is listed for just under $12.9 million.

That’s more than four times higher than the average cost of a home in the neighborhood — which was just over $3.12 million last quarter, according to the Toronto Regional Real Estate Board.

This $13 million Lawrence Park home has underfloor heating on the first floor.

Aside from the unique architecture, Heaps said the price tag came with an array of luxurious features in the home.

In front of the luxury house is a heated driveway and a swimming pool in the front garden. Heaps said she was impressed when she first stepped into the 24-foot-high foyer of the two-story home.

“It’s unlike anything I’ve seen around,” Heaps said.

“It felt like I was walking through a museum.”

The stairwell at 108 Stratford Crescent is also uniquely curved.

Full-length windows flood the house with an open concept with natural light. The 12 meter high ceilings of the first floor float above heated floors.

An eat-in kitchen features an island with stone countertops, an in-wall coffee maker and access to a walkout garden behind the house.

Two skylights illuminate the staircase of the house, which, like the roof, is uniquely curved.

This unique home at Stratford Crescent 108 has an open floor plan.

The primary bedroom has a walk-in closet with oak cabinets. The ensuite bathroom is accented with black marble slabs and underfloor heating.

Less than a ten-minute walk from the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center, Heaps said she imagined the house might be bought by a doctor or physician. She said the house could also be perfect for professionals looking to start a family.

“The person who wants this house is someone who appreciates the finer things,” Heaps said.

“Someone who wants to be tapped into one of Toronto’s best neighborhoods, but also owns a home, feels a little more sophisticated.”

This unique home is located in Lawrence Park South, where the average cost of a home last quarter was over $3 million.


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