Five custom residences directly on the Rouge National Urban Park.
Situated on a private cul-de-sac, these stunning new modern residences constitute the last development of its kind in the Rouge Valley — truly, a once in a lifetime opportunity.
Every home was custom crafted for its specific home site to maximize enjoyment of the spectacular views and exquisite natural atmosphere of this rare gem of a location on the edge of Canada’s largest urban park. Expansive windows can be found throughout the oversized dining rooms, designer kitchens and lavish family rooms.
Master suites provide a truly refined standard of luxury design with walk-in closets and lavish ensuite bathrooms. Throughout every room, discerning homebuyers will be pleased to discover the finest premium features and finishes.
Starting from $1,695,000, these exclusive homes will range in size from approximately 3,219 – 6,577 sq. ft. An opportunity this rare will not last long.
Paul Johnston specializes in unique urban homes in Toronto. Paul and his team are at the forefront of new and progressive modern housing in the city, and represents properties and developments that are rich in architectural significance. His expertise stretches throughout Toronto, ranging from grand single family homes, to contemporary town home developments and striking mid-rise buildings. He believes that good design is essential to good living, and that the city deserves architecture that is reflective of the times in which we live: bold yet graceful homes, crafted of fine materials, that celebrate the joys of modern family living.For more on Paul Johnston,
ATA is an award winning architectural firm with a passion for residential design. The firm’s approach is to create contemporary, open, spatially flowing environments that provide flexibility and opportunity for change. ATA organically shapes every home’s interior — creating evolved spaces that evoke a true sense of wonder. Each residence is uniquely designed to reflect a special sense of place. Always concerned with quality and detail, ATA’s homes are best described as innovative, warm and welcoming.
As the principal designer of the homes for this project, ATA Principal Alexander Temporale’s goal was to maximize the raw potential of this one-of-a-kind community location. All the major living spaces were provided with panoramic views of nature with large panels of glass. The interior/exterior connection is further enhanced by ceilings that create an airiness and spaciousness — allowing the outdoor views to fill the rooms. Each house is shaped and moulded in harmony with its lot and natural setting. Although each home design is unique, they were also designed to be in harmony with one another, creating a remarkable enclave community of distinctive luxury homes.For more on ATA Architects Inc.,
Andrea Kantelberg is a Toronto based interior designer, whom since 1997 has been focused on creating design magic for a roster of high profile projects and clients, seeking out Andrea’s vision for their homes. Each of Andrea’s projects is adapted to its specific site, and realized as a wholly original, and unique design.
Andrea’s work has been featured in The New York Times, Elle Décor, Town and Country Magazine, Toronto Life Fashion and in the sky on Jet Blue Airlines.
With At the Rouge, Andrea contributed to our team as Interior Designer, and was responsible for the interior design of all five custom residences, inclusive of interior layouts, finishes and millwork design.
While designing At the Rouge, Andrea designed the spaces to maximize the amazing views and take into consideration the way people truly live. With a focus on balanced layouts, harmonious volumes, clean lines, natural light, and high ceilings, ensuring all are softened by subtle plays of light, and informed choices of authentic materials – wood, quartz, marble, metal, hardwood.
"I truly enjoyed the process of this project, because it enabled me to be involved with a terrific team, and create something unique to the neighbourhood, all the while taking into consideration the gorgeous views of nature, and the one of a kind quality that each of these homes was to have."For more on Andrea Kantelberg,