PRICE DROP #2 - 194 Roxborough Drive - ROSEDALE
A year ago, almost to the day,
It was a completely unique house that was featured in the
And in the
where Glenn D. Lowry, director of New York's
Museum of Modern Art, stated...
"I think it's one of the most important private houses built in North America in a long time"
It has also been included in
It's undoubtably a beautiful house that mixes the beauty of calculus and music, the two passions of the now deceased owner, James Stewart, the author of these calculus text books...
That features the Integral symbol on the cover.
The house is now for sale by his estate and the money from the sale will be donated to a number of charities chosen by Stewart.
But was this a $28 million house?
It is an 18,000 square foot, 4 bedroom, 8 bathroom house built on the slope of a 60 x 401.87 foot lot that looks like this from below...
But that price, for a house that is for a very specific buyer, was probably a little high.
It still hasn't sold and the price has been dropped again...
Perhaps, in the spirit of calculus ...
They should have gone with a 'Happy Number'.
Maybe something like $19,300,000.