Two generations of Canadian Olympic sailors have collaborated to build a luxurious home enclave in Toronto's exclusive South Hill neighbourhood.  After four years of development, the project on Glen Edyth Drive is now complete and families have moved in.  Located just east of Casa Loma, the development consists of four luxury detached homes on the escarpment overlooking Toronto's skyline. Once the site of the famous Nordheimer Estate, it was the first severance of a lot in this area in more than 60 years.

The project is a landmark for Podium Developments.  The partners involved are; Bernard Luttmer (Podium Developments, Athens Olympian) along with business partner Oskar Johansson (Podium Developments, Beijing & Athens Olympian,) and architect Peter Higgins (Montreal/Kingston Olympian) with interiors by Boychuk & Fuller.

Of the four luxury homes built on this site, only one is for sale. Assisting with the sale of this exclusive home is Matt Casselman, of RE/MAX Hallmark Realty Ltd. (Matt & Ben RE/MAX). "They have created a Toronto infill masterpiece built on the old Lake Iroquois shoreline overlooking the city; there is nothing quite like it anywhere in the city" says Matt Casselman. "The development was carefully built for themselves and their family; we only have one home for sale because one of the family members has moved."

Currently for sale, this luxury South Hill home includes; four floors of exquisitely designed living space, a gourmet state-of-the-art kitchen, four bedrooms, six washrooms, a sophisticated secondary suite and a thousand bottle wine cellar, all of which is serviced by elevator.

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