Contemporary Belvedere Property, Canada
Toronto-based design studio Guido Constantino has designed the Belvedere Residence project. This two-storey contemporary property can be found in South West Oakville, on Lake Ontario, Canada.
According to the Estate Agents: “The contemporary Canadian property boasts a fabulous and functional living space with design at the forefront. The floor to ceiling glass provides expansive views onto the backyard oasis and allows light to flood into the space.
“Designed for a successful individual or family, this contemporary Canadian home offers something for everyone and every occasion. It is truly an entertainers dream and a private get-away.
“The spacious backyard offers multiple options for relaxation and enjoyment. Whether it’s hosting a dinner party next to the sleek concrete pool and Miami style cabana or you are soaking up the sun on the exotic Brazilian wood deck.
“Built for the health conscious in mind, the professional grade gym sports a free weight and cardio area with multiple media zones. After you energize yourself with a work out enjoy the integrated spa with both dry sauna and steam shower – which features 18 inch rain head and body jets.
“Enjoy some quality down time and escape to a cinematic experience like no other. The three level cinema features dual LCD digital movie posters as you walk through the grand entrance. Enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows or sporting events on the huge 133” anamorphic screen with the state of the art 9.1THX inspired Digital Surround Sound system.
“The fully integrated ‘Control 4′ home automation system provides the comforts and convenience of allowing you to programme and control the lighting and HVAC to your needs and lifestyle. The green friendly system can conveniently be accessed remotely via iPhone, iPad or smart phone to fully control from anywhere in the world.
“Visitors have described the contemporary Canadian property as amazing, stunning and breathtaking. Everything from the design of the integrated cabana to the inclusion of a ‘secret passage’ has been thoughtfully incorporated. The experience starts at the discrete front door, if you can find it.”
Images courtesy of Peter Sellar.