[Photos via JimmyMolloy.com]
This week's featured mansion is the 17,000 sq. ft. Rosedale home of Eve Lewis, head of condo marketers MarketVision Realty and market research firm Urbanation. The house is on the market for $12,800,000, a $2M drop from its original listing price. This is the house Ms Lewis shared with her late husband, Toronto developer Paul Oberman; his company, Woodcliffe Landmark, is the driving force behind projects like the Summerhill train station conversion and the rebirth of Market Street. Their neo-Georgian three-storey home sits on nearly half an acre of prime Rosedale property, and was built in 1930. There are nine bedrooms and ten bathrooms, and check out the dining-room ceiling; it's vaulted and coffered because, really, just one of those wouldn't be enough.
· Market St. revival a testament to late developer Paul Oberman [Toronto Star]
· Extreme Makeover, Market Street edition [Curbed Toronto]
· Monday Mansion Archives [Curbed Toronto]
· On the Market Archives [Curbed Toronto]