The streets here are enlightened with the neo-historical chateaus which are located in beige brick and taupe stucco and this house is located in this historical place in North Toronto, having a very good contrast from its neighbors.
The stepped arrangement of the volumes that were created by the famous architectural designer Cindy Rendely, open into a large landscape. The great walls and mighty doors that are situated at different entrances of the house are enlightened by the ravine and the changing seasons, which produce a great openness to the house.
The house is decorated with various palettes of colors staring from the interior to the exterior, fully distinguished form each other. A harmonious look is maintained throughout the house with the design having one wood and one stone. The various forms of Eramosa limestone and natural white oak were used for the purpose of good flooring and for the furnishing works that look greatly impressive.