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INVEST IN STYLE MAGAZINE LIFESTYLE ISSUE | ISSUE 3 | FALL 2018

REAL ESTATE LIMITED, BROKERAGE

dare to dream Miles Nadal, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist

INSIDE THIS ISSUE Beautiful Scotland | creating a home you love | MUSKOKA STEAMSHIPS | MUST- HAVES | DRIVE TIME: HOW TO COLLECT CLASSIC CARS LUXURY Listings | industry experts | Featured Articles


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A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT LIFESTYLE: THE ORIGIN STORY OF FOREST HILL VILLAGE FEATURE: MILES NADAL ENTREPRENEUR, PHILANTHROPIST AND CAR COLLECTOR

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DESIGN FOR LIVING: CREATING A HOME TO LOVE

TRAVEL: BEAUTIFUL SCOTLAND

CONDO CONFIDENTIAL: THE EVOLUTION OF CONDO LIVING LIFESTYLE: 5 BEAUTIFUL PLACES TO DINE IN TORONTO LIFESTYLE: IN WRITERS WE TRUST

FOOD & DRINK: THE CHEF AND THE DISH THE ART OF CONVERSATION: JOHN CASTLE THE EXPERIMENTAL ARTIST LIFESTYLE: MUST-HAVES FOR YOU AND YOUR HOME

PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO

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SOME MUST-DOS IN TORONTO • FALL /WINTER 2018

ON THE COVER Miles Nadal Entrepreneur & Philanthropist Cover Photo by: Michael Furman

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President & CEO Chris Kapches Director of Marketing & Operations Maria Neves Art Director Philip Feder

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Graphic Designers Alison Kinghorn Caitlin Stafford Karen Espinola

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Editorial Editor Lesley Kenny

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES: SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY

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LIFESTYLE: SOME OF THE BEST PLACES TO EAT IN COLLINGWOOD

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES: MUSKOKA

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES: LAKE OF BAYS • HUNTSVILLE • ALMAGUIN HIGHLANDS

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SOME MUST-DOS IN THE MUSKOKA REGION • FALL /WINTER 2018

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LIFESTYLE: HISTORY COMES TO LIFE ON MUSKOKA’S WATERWAYS

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES: PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

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SOME MUST-DOS IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY FALL /WINTER 2018

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LUXURY DEFINED: CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE: OUR GLOBAL PARTNER

SOME MUST-DOS IN SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY • GREY BRUCE • SIMCOE COUNTY • FALL/WINTER 2018

Editorial Contributors Bob McHugh Erika Floysvik Judith Taylor Karen Espinola Matt Driscoll Natalka Falcomer Photography Contributor Taylor Nullmeyer Digital Marketing Manager Caitlin Melvin Digital Marketing Coordinator Karen Espinola Advertising Sales Coordinator Maria Neves investinstyle@chestnutpark.com 416.925.1743 Questions Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, Brokerage Office: 416.925.1743 1300 Yonge Street, Suite 100 Toronto, ON, Canada M4T 1X3 investinstyle@chestnutpark.com Publisher THN Media 2187 Dunwin Drive, Mississauga, ON, L5L 1X2 President THN Media James Baker

LIFESTYLE: LIVE ENTERTAINMENT IN THE COUNTY PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL GUELPH • KITCHENER-WATERLOO PROPERTIES FROM CHESTNUT PARK REALTY SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO LTD.

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SOME MUST-DOS IN KITCHENER • WATERLOO

LUXURY DEFINED: DRIVE TIME: HOW TO COLLECT CLASSIC CARS

LUXURY DEFINED: A PEEK AT LUXURY LIVING AROUND THE WORLD

MEET SOME OF CHESTNUT PARK'S SALES PROFESSIONALS

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A message from our president Chris Kapches President & CEO Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, Brokerage

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Chris Kapches is a lawyer with an extensive career working within real estate organizations. Chris has served as Executive VP for the Toronto Real Estate Board (TREB), as well as roles on numerous TREB committees. Chris has been the Chairman of Real Estate Council of Ontario’s Discipline and Appeals Committee for more than fifteen years.

he real estate industry continues to evolve with change

Prince Edward County and we explore Scotland and its many

being the constant. As our world has tilted towards

stunning locations. Enjoy our lifestyle articles that cover a

technology and the internet, it’s all about the data.

wide range of topics, from fine wines to design.

In this world of kaleidoscopic change, it is sometimes difficult to remember the significance of core values, and how

This edition of Invest In Style also features car collections.

important they can be in guiding us through the buying and

We discuss how to go about collecting classic cars – like how to

selling of real estate.

spot a classic, whether it’s a Jaguar XK140 Roadster from the 1950s, a Seltenes old-timer cabriolet 2, or, for less exorbitant

The value of real estate has increased dramatically in the

budgets, a small Alfa Romero or 1960s Austin Healey.

last few years, notwithstanding government intervention misguidedly designed to curb these increases. Chestnut Park

One of the finest collections of current and vintage sports and

and its sales representatives are committed to adding value to

racing cars is right here in Toronto in the private collection of

the real estate experience - value that not only enhances the

award-winning business icon, Miles Nadal. As the photographs

client’s experience but benefits the client to the fullest extent

clearly illustrate, the extraordinary collection is an inspiration

possible in every real estate transaction. Chestnut Park’s four

to all aspiring car collectors.

pillars are not mere marketing expressions: Trust, Integrity, Knowledge and Discretion. These qualities guide our focus in

As this edition of Invest In Style headed to print, we were

every real estate transaction and add an unparalleled level of

deep into the fall market. The turbulent real estate market

excellence in service and results.

of the last two years appears to be normalizing. With a new government in Ontario we don’t anticipate any further

This edition of Invest In Style features some of the finest

legislative intervention. The new mortgage interest rates

properties in the various regions in which Chestnut Park

have, as natural market forces, calmed the markets and have

has a presence throughout Southern Ontario. We feature

created a landscape where sanity and balance prevail.

magnificent urban homes and some of the finest recreational

This is the market place where Chestnut Park’s knowledge

properties anywhere in the world. Beyond exciting properties,

and professionalism are best suited to add value to our

we feature an unknown artist toiling away in Bloomfield,

clients’ real estate experience.

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The Origin STORY of Forest Hill Village

The roots of Forest Hill are deep and stretch back to 1793 when it was part of the York Township. Unlike today, Forest Hill served as cottage country with only two homes (cottage homes, to be exact) populated at various times by immigrants, farmers and British veterans of the infamous War of 1812.

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orest Hill owes its name to John Wickson who named his

the government $420,000 a year. In 1993, this service was

cottage “Forest Hill.” His cottage was built around 1860,

discontinued as the cost became public knowledge.

near the corner of Eglinton Avenue West and present-

day Old Forest Hill Road. Old Forest Hill Road was once

Some of the oldest and most beautiful properties in Toronto

called “Trespass Road,” as it was originally a footpath that

are preserved in the heart of Forest Hill. One such example

crossed through the property of Laurence Heydon Baldwin,

is the Moore house at 171 Old Forest Hill Road. This home,

the grandson of the local doctor, Dr. William Warren Baldwin.

originally owned by a farmer and veteran of the War of 1812,

When the area became part of Toronto in 1967, it retained the

is one of the oldest in Toronto and is preserved because of its

name “Forest Hill” and added “Village” to memorialize the

now rare architectural style known as “Regency Cottage.”

Forest Hill Village history. The rich and famous have called Forest Hill their home even Forest Hill representatives drove a tough bargain when

prior to it becoming part of the City of Toronto. For example,

negotiating the amalgamation deal between Forest Hill and

business magnate Sir John Eaton lived in the neighbourhood.

Toronto in 1967. Part of the deal to come under Toronto’s

His funeral, held at the local church he built in 1914, Eaton

umbrella was that Forest Hill residents would get their

Memorial Church, drew a crowd larger than the crowd drawn

garbage picked up from their doorstep. This service cost

when Drake visits the neighbourhood.

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Chestnut Park recently hosted our grand opening for our agents at our brand new Forest Hill Village location. 446 Spadina Road

Residents of Forest Hill have always been active in

sides of Lonsdale. The Village is renowned for its upscale

protecting the integrity of the community. For example, in

dinning and shopping, as well as some local shops and

the 1970s, residents rallied vigorously against a provincial

numerous fitness centres.

government proposal to build an expressway that would bisect numerous houses in the neighbourhood. Due to public outcry, the government quickly quashed the proposal in 1971. Today, the streets in the area are wide and have a number of stop signs and speedbumps to reduce traffic congestion.

On September 20, 2018, Chestnut Park agents who specialize in the neighbourhood gathered at the brokerage's new location, 446 Spadina Road, to celebrate the brokerage's expansion into the revered and historical village. A local company, The Salt & Pepper Catering Co., provided the delicious treats for the launch.

Forest Hill is divided into several nodes of commercial

Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited is proud to open its doors

space, one of which is the Forest Hill Village. The Village

to serve the Forest Hill community and looks forward to

is defined as the short block on Spadina Road along both

respecting the character and history of "the village."

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Miles NAdal ENTREPRENEUR, PHILANTHROPIST AND CAR COLLECTOR By: Natalka Falcomer Photography by: Michael Furman & Jordan Lenssen

Visitors to the pristine and contemporary headquarters of Peerage Capital Group immediately get the sense they are somewhere special. Imagine this as your office: a modern open space covered by some of the rarest and most coveted automobiles in the world. This is the office of Peerage Capital, founded by Miles Nadal, and appropriately named, The Dare to Dream Garage. It is an office space within a car museum that matches Miles’ personal aesthetic. Every detail has purpose, every corner is expertly polished and curated, and every car is best-in-class.

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aving earned his success in the eat-or-be-eaten competitive marketing and communications industry, Miles Nadal is a decorated award winner and icon in the business community. He is best known as a self-starter whose business acumen has led to a life now dedicated to giving back. Miles champions Canadian entrepreneurs who demonstrate perseverance, vision and drive. He also supports numerous charitable projects dedicated to health, education and children’s welfare. Miles Nadal personifies Winston Churchill’s quote, “we make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”

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One of Miles’ favourite quotes is Bill Parcells’, “You are what your record says you are,” and Miles’ record is impressive. He and his partners have developed many successful businesses such as, D+H, MDC Partners, First Asset Management,

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Optus, Artemis Investment Management, Peerage Realty Partners, and Peerage Capital, with operations exceeding $7 billion dollars of enterprise value over the course of 38 years. To say Miles Nadal is a busy man is an understatement. He is Founder, Chairman and CEO of Peerage Capital Group, a growing Canadian company that partners with businesses in industries such as real estate services, real estate investment and management, financial services and specialty business services. Additionally, Miles is actively engaged with several charities in North America and Israel, where he travels at least twice a year. He’s also a devoted family man and father to four young women. In early August, I was lucky enough to visit with Miles to learn more about how he came to be the man we know today and to learn about his vision for the future.

The Dare to Dream Garage is a private facility and therefore not open to the public.

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feature Q: Where and when does your story begin? A: I was born in Toronto in 1958 – I just celebrated my 60

Q: Is this the key to your success? th

A: I believe my success stems from the ability to attract

birthday in February. I come from modest means and grew

great partners and management within organizations, and

up in a rental apartment in Forest Hill with my parents,

align them so that they have both financial and emotional

Renee and Irwin, and my brother, Sheldon. He and I both

ownership in the business. Companies and their people are

attended the local schools.

critical to the success of a partnership. I believe in leaving management teams in place because they know their business

Q: What was growing up like for you?

best. It’s very inspiring to come into a business that is already

A: I remember my parents working very hard for everything

doing well and give them the support and tools they need to

we had, and I learned from that. From my father I learned

go even further, whether that’s specialized expertise or capital

persistence and determination, and from my mother I

for growth. The success of our partners is really the testament

learned that anything is possible. My "Dare to Dream"

that "The Perpetual Partnership" model works.

philosophy really comes from her influence. Q: How did this shape your business philosophy? A: I am the champion of the underdog. I like people

Miles Nadal's 10 Rules of Partnership

who come from nothing yet aspire and "Dare to Dream".

Only partner with...

My whole philosophy in life is about trying to champion people who don’t have means, but do have ambition and drive. I believe entrepreneurs are a special breed, they are risk takers, dreamers, creative problem solvers,

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and ultimately, resourceful survivors who can evolve and

2. People you want to have breakfast, lunch or

adapt to shifting forces. It has always been my way. I find

dinner with a second time.

it fascinating to be around people, and it doesn’t matter what they do; I enjoy interesting people.

People you like, admire and respect.

3. People you want to spend a long weekend with on a small boat, in a small cabin, on a small

Q: Peerage Capital currently has 11 business partners and,

ranch, or in a small RV.

I am told, is growing. What is different about Peerage? A: The power of human capital is a scarce and precious

4. People you trust enough to make the executor

resource. I passionately believe that the quality of human capital is the ultimate differentiator behind long-term business success. So my goal has always been to partner

of your estate. 5. People who have large craniums, big candle power and great judgement.

with unique talent using my philosophy of "The Perpetual Partnership." The concept is an idea focused on partnering

6. People who have the human compassion gene,

with management teams in perpetuity for successive

and give time, talent and treasure to the benefit

generations. It is an approach that proves that organizations can be created and enhanced to achieve levels of success

of others. Compassionate leaders motivate and

beyond the style, ability or expertise of just the founders.

inspire their employees to reach beyond their

Our partnerships today cross industries, however, they are all

own self-imposed limitations.

connected by a common vision of excellence in service.

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People who share the same passion, dedication and willingness to sacrifice for the common mission.

I actually tap dance to work now, not because of the cars, but because of the people I get to work with, the partners we have, and the things we accomplish together.

8. People who are kind to animals. 9. People who understand that God gave them two ears and one mouth in proportion for a reason, and use them accordingly. 10. People who understand arithmetic. If you can't count, you have no business being in business.

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The Nadal Family

Racing at Mosport

Q: When and how did Chestnut Park Real Estate become part of Peerage Realty? A: When I met Catherine Deluce and Chris Kapches about 12 years ago, I really liked the Chestnut Park story. The brokerage was clearly successful, and I admired the reasons for their success. For example, I saw that the management team truly supported their agents and that this meant that the agents were empowered to ensure that every transaction was the beginning or continuation of a wonderful relationship.

Jack Nicklaus leaving Augusta National Golf Club

Futhermore, I admired Chestnut Park’s deep commitment to giving back to the community. Q: How has Chestnut Park evolved since it joined Peerage Realty? A: Chestnut Park is always evolving in order to deliver premium service to its agents and their clients. During our partnership, Chestnut Park has expanded its footprint to Prince Edward County, Collingwood, and to its second home in Toronto, Forest Hill. We’re building a beautiful new office in Port Carling, Muskoka. The 5,000 square foot office will serve as the most preeminent head office of any northern Ontario brokerage firm, which is a great testament to Chestnut Park’s position in the

We were looking for a like-minded group to partner with to assist with our continued success. We remain independent and retain our identity while being able to take advantage of the benefits of being part of the Peerage Realty Partners group. - chris kapches, president & CEO Chestnut Park Real Estate LIMITED, BROKERAGE

Muskoka marketplace. Despite this physical growth, Chestnut Park has still retained its core values and focus on excellence.

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feature Q: You spoke about Chestnut Park giving back, why is this so important to you? A: I attended summer camp because of donations from the Jewish community. This experience made giving back important to me. Not only is making a difference in the world a critical motivator for me, but it’s also critical to the culture and DNA of all the organizations I’m involved with. Charitable giving is always a part of the values and beliefs

Not only is making a difference in the world a critical motivator for me, but it’s also critical to the culture and DNA of all the organizations I’m involved with.

of every Peerage partnership. When the Bloor Street Jewish Community Centre (now the Miles Nadal JCC) was looking to expand, I contributed the keystone gift to provide the opportunity for future generations to enjoy this wonderful institution. Q: Are your children active philanthropists? A: My girls were the first members of Leadership Sinai, a program I created to inspire young professionals to engage in philanthropy from an early age. I don’t believe that philanthropy is only about writing a cheque. There are lots of ways you can contribute and I taught them this through my rule of three: contribution of time, talent and treasure. My hope for the girls is that they will carry the torch for me, and that the Nadal legacy will be giving back. Q: Knowing philanthropy is very important to you, what are some of your favourite causes? A: It’s impossible to pick a favourite, as the needs are so high everywhere. My more recent contributions have been in Israel and Toronto. In March of 2017, I cut the ribbon to the Miles Nadal Home for Technological Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Tel Aviv University in Israel and in April of this year, we opened the Miles Nadal Heart Centre at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. I am very proud of the Sinai contribution — I have met with many of the patients and their stories are inspiring and humbling. Q: Dare To Dream isn’t just your business philosophy, it’s also what you’ve named your collection of cars. Can you tell me about how that started? A: My first car was a 1980 Grand Prix outfitted with navy blue velour seats and a car phone. Over the years I purchased more and had started a modest collection of 10 that I enjoyed driving. In 2013, I had the good fortune of meeting Jay Leno. Jay has an incredible, world-class collection which he invited me to see, and that was it. I came home from L.A. and announced that we would begin collecting cars and we grew this collection in five years.

Miles Nadal celebrating his 60th birthday with Jay Leno

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A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove, but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child. - Forest E. Witcraft, Miles' favourite quote The Miles Nadal Heart Centre, Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto In April 2018, Miles donated a landmark gift to Mount Sinai Hospital’s specialized cardiology program. The Miles Nadal Heart Centre is a destination cardiology centre in the GTA with clinical and research programs dedicated to distinct patient populations, such as women with heart disease who are pregnant or wishing to become pregnant; advancedstage heart failure patients with support devices or awaiting heart transplantation; and patients with sleep apnea and breathlessness. Additionally, the Centre houses Canada’s only research-dedicated cardiac catheterization lab.

The Miles & Kelly Nadal Youth Centre, toronto In April 2011, the Miles and Kelly Nadal Youth Centre was established to provide a dedicated after-school facility for at-risk children in Regent Park and Downtown East, Toronto. Miles’ ongoing commitment to this club at the heart of a vulnerable community enables it to continue to operate the creative and innovative programs that address and meet the changing needs of the community it serves.

YAD VASHEM | The Miles S. Nadal and Family Wall, Israel Established in 1953, Yad Yashem is Israel’s official memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. Positioned on the western slope of Mount Herzl, the memorial consists of a complex containing the Holocaust History Museum, memorial sites such as the Children’s Memorial and the Hall of Remembrance, the Museum of Holocaust Art, sculptures, outdoor commemorative sites such as the Valley of the Communities, a synagogue, a research institute with archives, a library, a publishing house, and an educational centre, the International School/Institute for Holocaust Studies.

THE MILES NADAL JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTRE, TORONTO In 2004, Miles provided a keystone gift that enabled the building of a brand new centre for the community at Toronto’s Bloor Street Jewish Community Centre. Thanks to his support, it now boasts a 3,800 member state-of-the-art fitness centre, a 285-seat theatre, four schools, three choirs, and a wide range of arts and cultural activities, along with Jewish life programming, and a robust Active 55+ program for over 2600 active members.

The Miles S. Nadal Institute for Technological Entrepreneurship, TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY, Israel In 2012, determined to help ensure that more lab breakthroughs make their way into the real world and improve quality of life, The Miles S. Nadal Institute for Technological Entrepreneurship at Tel Aviv University was established. The Institute celebrates innovation amongst the students at Tel Aviv University by encouraging and facilitating student innovators as they take their inventions from the university lab to the marketplace and also houses one of Israel's preeminent venture capital incubators.

SCHULICH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS, The Miles S. Nadal Management Centre, YORK UNIVERSITY, Toronto The Miles S. Nadal Management Centre (NMC) opened in 1994 and brings executive education to the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Located on the top floor of the original Toronto Stock Exchange building, the NMC provides state-of-the-art lecture halls and modern training rooms for its executive business students. His donation to establish the Miles S. Nadal Management Centre is his tribute to the vision of the Schulich School of Business and honours his past association with York University.

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2008 Bugatti Veyron

2015 McLaren P1

2015 LaFerrari

1957 Porsche 356A Speedster

Q: Do you have a favourite car from your collection?

“have goodwill and be nice, and desire to dream beyond the

A: Cars are like art to me, it’s the expression of artistic design

ordinary.” Warren Buffet once said that “goodwill is the gift

that I appreciate. Choosing a favourite can be difficult. Of the

that keeps giving,” and Miles’ success certainly illustrates

group, I have a special appreciation of the McLaren P1 (2015),

how generosity towards others multiplies in many ways.

the Porsche 356A Speedster (1957), the Bugatti Veyron (2008),

From his charitable contributions to his car collection, Miles

the LaFerrari (2015) and the Mercedes 300SL Gullwing (1955). But really, it’s the sum of the total collection that brings me the

Nadal has created a life of abundance by giving first.

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most satisfaction. When I asked Miles what his vision for his legacy is, he told me that he wants to be remembered as a “great family guy, great community guy,” and as “someone who lived his life to create value but, more importantly, to give back and make the

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world modestly better than I found it.” For those of us eager to

Miles Nadal and Peerage Capital? Visit www.milesnadal.com and www.peeragecapital.com

strive for Miles’ level of success, his advice is straightforward:

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design for living JUDITH TAYLOR Founder & Principle Designer Judith Taylor Designs B.A.- I.D.D. - IDS Member

Judith Taylor is the founder of Judith Taylor Designs, a Toronto-based award winning design firm that transforms clients’ homes into personal and meaningful spaces. Judith loves art, colour, pattern, couture details, and most of all she loves to be inspired by what you love.

Creating A Home To Love A guide for dodging the trends and creating lasting beauty

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hen I moved into my first apartment, I promptly painted over the dated wall colour with a shade I thought I would love forever. Except once I was done, new colours were introduced in all the paint collections. The new colours looked so fresh and unexpected. By the time I had completed my décor, the rest of the design world had moved on and I was left in a room that quickly looked like I didn’t get the memo.

I was chasing after the trends and shouldn’t have been surprised that, as a result, I was falling behind. It seemed like I was on a treadmill that wouldn’t stop, chasing after looks I had seen and fallen in love with momentarily – can you relate? If your answer is yes, you’re probably thinking, “What to do then?” I believe the answer is to design around what YOU love.

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Great ways to develop YOUR style Invest well Spend your budget wisely. Invest in fewer, better quality pieces. A sofa, for example, should give you quite a few years of enjoyment if the piece is well-made, the textile is graded for good wear-ability, and has stain resistance. Pick a neutral colour that works well for you. Use your artwork or rug for colour cues, and pieces that you already love that will guide you best.

Develop a plan It is easy to be swayed by what you see in the stores and seduced into a selection that unravels your entire colour scheme. Collect inspiration in the form of images and samples from selections you have already made. They will keep you on the right path when you are looking for that perfect piece to complete your room.

Take cues from what you love to wear Do you, for example, lean toward tailored clean lines? Then look for that in your décor. Upholstered pieces and window treatments can all reinforce your style when selected with a disciplined eye. By figuring out whether you prefer a look that is more tailored or romantic, sleek, edgy, industrial, architectural, or whatever you feel “your look” is, you will be able to define a cohesive look and one that is driven by your taste.

Think style not fashion What looks do you always find pleasing? Nature, for example, never goes out of style. But a stylized art nouveau leaf motif would be different than a mid-century interpretation, so think about style and the look you want. This “big picture” thinking will keep you on the right path.

Add personality – yours! I’m sure you have seen photos of a room that didn’t look like anyone actually lived there...like it was fresh out of the showroom. To avoid the space looking like it lacks personality, bring in pieces that reflect who YOU are and what YOU love. It can be small pieces picked up on travels, collected on a side table, or pieces of locally purchased art. These additions tell stories in your space, making them timeless.

Use meaningful art Show off your personal photos, mementos, and anything that evokes those warm and cherished memories. You don’t have to be a world class photographer. If you’ve been on a trip, consider purchasing art or professional photos that remind you of your travels.

Start small Thoughtfully choose the pieces that truly bring you joy. Then edit, edit, edit. Be ruthless. Display and enjoy YOUR treasures. What good are they packed away in a box?

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Travel

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Scotland Scotland, famous for its stunning scenery and ancient castles, offers much more than striking views. A visit to Scotland will give you the opportunity to learn about its fascinating history, enjoy world-class experiences in modern art, and take private lessons into what goes into making the perfect glass of whisky.

Coast at low tide near the Firth of Forth Bridge in Scotland

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V&A Museum of Design

V&A Dundee This international centre of art and design, the first of its kind in Scotland, opens in September, 2018. The V&A Dundee highlights Scotland’s design heritage and celebrates art and design from around the world. With its curving concrete walls, the building is a striking feat of design itself, intended by the architect to act as a kind of urban ‘living room’ for socializing and learning. The V&A Dundee is the only Victoria and Albert museum in the world, outside of London.

Belmond Royal Scotsman If travelling in luxury and comfort is your style, then consider the Belmond Royal Scotsman overnight train. The mahogany lined, Edwardian design carriages, include double beds and fully-equipped ensuite bathrooms. Take in stunning views of the Scottish Highlands while dining. Relax in the all-natural spa-on-wheels. Choose from among a variety of trips including the Scotch Malt Whisky Trail, where you can indulge in a private tour of your favourite distillery.

Finding the perfect place to stay is essential when travelling abroad. Whether you’re looking for a hotel with a modern touch or a smaller cottage-style experience, Scotland has it all.

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Killiehuntly Farmhouse & Cottage

The Edinburgh Grand Located in the centre of Edinburgh, this 5-star luxury residence, re-opened in 2018, has undergone a dramatic style makeover while keeping its unique historical features. Art deco and mid-century-inspired suites include fully-equipped kitchens, smart TVs and heating controls, and private sound systems. A three-bedroom rooftop penthouse offers stunning panoramic views of the city from its windows and deck.

Killiehuntly Farmhouse & Cottage This recently restored, stylish stone cottage dates back to the 1850s. Surrounded by 4,000 acres of farm land, you’ll have access to beautiful Highland trails for casual strolls, hiking or mountain bike adventures. Killiehuntly is a working farm and the fare is fresh, local produce. Relax with a nightcap beside the fire then cozy-up in your Danish design inspired room.

The perfect holiday needs the perfect restaurant Scotland offers some of the most upscale and unique places to dine. The Kitchin Michelin Star winner, Tom Kitchin, combines Scottish produce with classical French technique to create unique dishes. The Kitchin is located on the waterfront of Leith, Edinburgh. All the food is prepared in-house and if you’re feeling adventurous, you can order from the chef’s surprise tasting menu.

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The Glengoyne Whisky Distillery

Glengoyne Whisky Distillery Scotland is famous for its malt whisky and Glengoyne boasts a wide collection of world-class flavours. This almost-200-year-old distillery offers tours tailored to whisky enthusiasts and promises you an authentic Scottish experience.

The Refinery, St. Andrew Square This Drake & Morgan restaurant is located in the heart of Edinburgh. The vibe is sophisticated industrial meets Scottish comfort. Enjoy a cocktail (or two) with new friends and indulge in an extensive menu of authentic Scottish fare in the hub of the Edinburgh dining scene. Kids welcome.

To experience the natural beauty, history and contemporary arts and culture of this magnificent country, start your visit at www.visitscotland.com.

The Refinery, St. Andrew Square

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condo confidential Natalka Falcomer VP, Corporate Development Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited, Brokerage

Natalka Falcomer is a lawyer who is deeply committed to increasing access to justice and positively changing the way the law is practiced and delivered. She’s volunteered for over four years (and counting) to arm the public with free legal knowledge as the founder, co-producer and host of a legal call-in-show with Rogers TV (Toronto Speaks Legal Advice).

The Evolution of Condo Living Is it a Bubble Dictated by Demographics?

"Nothing denotes more greatly a nation’s advancement in civilization than the ornate and improved style of its architecture and the erection of private palatial residences,” the New York Times, commented, on the exorbitant cost of purchasing homes in New York city and the rise of apartment buildings – in 1869.

Why some choose condos over mansions The reason we live in such close proximity in cities, and in condos in particular, is not because of some innate desire, but because we’re compelled by necessity. Access to jobs, potential mates and food is easier in the heart of Toronto rather than in Kirkland Lake, for example. Proponents of the “stacked living/condo living is unnatural and the market will crash” belief, rationalize their position by pointing to the absence of condo living in the past. The problem is, they’re wrong on this point. History says so. Stacked living reaches way back to ancient Rome and China. In Rome, people lived above their shops and, in parts of China, certain tribes lived in multi-storey tulous. Living in tight quarters or “stacked” homes was desirable because families could share child rearing burdens and exchange goods and services. It also yielded greater protection – it’s easier to defend as a group, rather than

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as an individual, when attacked. But it was not until New York architects cajoled the respectable New Yorkers out of their expansive mansions into luxurious brownstones that condo living became fashionable…and profitable.

When did it become trendy to live in a condo? The Dakota, built in the 1880s, was one of the first luxury apartment buildings in New York that remains standing (The Dakota: A History of the World’s BestKnown Apartment Building). It’s now one of the most coveted places to live for tech billionaires and famous pop icons. Located on the Upper West Side, the Dakota enticed New Yorkers from their sprawling mansions to these apartments with 14-foot ceilings, modern kitchens, elevators, sequestered courtyards, and accommodations for servants. While this “stacked living” endeavour was successful, it took decades for New Yorkers to accept such living. >

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and numerous amenities such as a pool, sauna, gym, designated offices and “flex space” that encourages community and that can be shared by families. Just like our ancient Roman counterparts, we’re also demanding to live on top of shops that provide us our living necessities: specialty foods, indy coffee shops and clothing stores. And, we’re getting what we want. Simply walk down King Street West or a Collingwood condo complex for evidence. Condo units, and not just the complex, are also changing. No longer are micro-condos the rage. Now it’s all about large ceilings, atriums and space for lounging with family One early advocate of “stacked living” was Calvert Vaux,

and friends. The functionality of a space from a parent’s

the future partner of Frederick Law Olmsted who, together

perspective is now the lens through which condos are

with Vaux, designed Central Park. Vaux was vilified by the

designed. Kitchens look out to the living room, allowing

public for his immoral “stacked living” ideas. Critics feared

parents to keep an eye on their toddlers while making

that this new way of living would encourage infidelity and

dinner. Entire floor plans are customizable to ensure

disrupt the social fabric of society. It was customary to make a very public show when visiting a neighbour – you got dressed up, travelled in your decorated carriage to the home, parked out front and then had to enter by knocking on an imposing front door. Often, given the size of the home, you would wait before being greeted with a drink. Apartments, on the other hand, offered hidden entryways and easy ways to “house hop” free from nosy neighbours.

maximum efficiency for families. While condos do permit more efficient and (sometimes) environmentally friendlier living, naysaying New Yorkers also had it right: skyscrapers do block out sunlight and can look ugly. What is more, if the number of necessary service providers - namely hospitals and schools - aren’t also increased alongside and with our increase in housing, then we may end up like overcrowded rats fighting for scarce resources.

If you live in any of the skyscrapers in Toronto, no doubt you’ve witnessed such house hopping every Saturday night. Similar to contemporary critics of condo living in Toronto, New Yorkers in the late 20th century also criticized the impacts their apartment buildings would have on the vistas. The closely connected homes destroyed the natural topography of New York, blocked light and were simply ugly. Sound familiar? Toronto’s condo-critics espouse the same concerns (although, in this writer’s opinion, some of these criticisms are much more justified). Elite society New Yorkers hoped that the stacked living fad was just that – a fad. It’s clear that these condo opponents, similar to Toronto’s condo opponents, were wrong.

Condos: A Permanent Urban Fixture for Permanent Living Condos are no longer a temporary home for singles and downsizers. They’re reverting to what they were intended to be thousands of years ago: a permanent living solution for families. This is captured not only in developers’ marketing materials, but is also evidenced in how condos are built. For example, outside space is important to families. Accordingly, new developments now place greater emphasis on outdoor space and shared facilities. 26

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1970s

1973

1980s

The legalization of the condominium

Boomers put pressure on housing

Condos earn a bad reputation

Condo boom and bust

Governments scramble to deal with the affordable housing crisis. The solution: legalizing the ability to own a suite and then pay fees to maintain the common areas. Clearly, this did not work.

The affordable housing crisis accelerates as boomers, now in their coupling stage, look for homes close to work. The solution governments offer costs tax payers millions in the form of developer subsidies. Haphazard buildings shoot up, earning condos the reputation of “the poor man’s solution.” Sales collapse.

Given the poor reputation of condos, Mayor of Toronto David Crombie implements a two-year moratorium on new buildings that soar more than 40 feet in the downtown core. Sales continue to slide and developers start using sales gimmicks to stimulate growth: one developer offers to pay any hikes to hydro, heating and property taxes until 1980.

The economy is booming and the era of delirious optimism and excess has begun: "Vacant lots all over downtown Toronto are sprouting condominiums of late [...] No sooner has one of the glamorous edifices begun to climb the Toronto skyline than the sold out sign is posted, and the next development announced" (The Globe). Finally, in 1989, the party comes to an end.

1990s

late 2000s

2008

2010

2018

The birth of the loft

Luxury hotel-condos are the new fad

The global financing crisis

Millennials change the condo market

Condos lose the “shabby” reputation

A brief housing blip puts a hold on the condo buying frenzy. The most notable project hit by the crisis is the Lehman Brothers’- backed Kazakhstan-based Bazis International's condo at 1 Bloor East. Newspapers scream gloom and doom and pronounce the demise of Toronto’s overheated condo market.

The lack of twobedroom condos spurs concern, as grown up millennials demand larger units to accommodate families with kids. Critics claim that the 10% increase in condo prices is “insane.” Sales cool for a short period, which proves to be a blip, as the decade breaks pricing and volume records despite government efforts to cool the market.

Condo prices continue to soar and the who’s who of Toronto buy up condos, making condos a permanent highly desirable fixture in Toronto’s skyline. Sales records shatter as millennials, immigrants and downsizers demand the convenience of condo living. Condos, boasting million-dollar sale prices, earn a new reputation as a solid investment and a mark of luxury. IIS

Toronto’s Condo Development Timeline

49,503 new units pop up in Toronto, but with few buyers in the early part of the decade. Prices shrink by 30% from the 80s boom and owners, attempting to avoid losses, decide to rent out their units instead of sell. Restrictions on development, coupled with an increase in demand to live in the downtown core, and the closing of downtown factories, gave rise to Toronto’s first “hard loft.”

The late 90s saw a revival of the luxury condo market. The taste for luxury continues into the 2000s as five-star hotel-condos become the “must have investment.” Toronto sees its largest residential development, CityPlace, break ground and many of the promising luxury hotelcondo investments, such as the Trump Towers, become embroiled in lawsuits.

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beautiful places to dine in toronto

Feast your eyes and fill your bellies! Dining out is no longer focused solely on the food. It’s about the entire experience. The atmosphere, the presentation, the flavours, the creativity, the décor and venue all create a special package for diners. In Toronto, there is no shortage of unique and beautiful restaurants to enjoy a magical dining experience. When you’re looking for more than just a quick burger, these beautiful restaurants in Toronto will surely meet your expectations.

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LEÑA Leña is South American cooking served in a stunning space filled with rich blues, marble, gold trimmings and gorgeous patterned tiles that overwhelm the eyes. When you are served your flavourful dishes, the dinnerware is as gorgeous as the venue. Everything about LEÑA is a beautiful experience from the flavours on your tongue to the décor. Located at: 176 Yonge St, Toronto, (Yonge & Richmond) Reservations: lenarestaurante.com Phone: 416.507.3378

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Kost Kost is located on the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel, you know you’re in for a treat whether you dine during the day or evening. Executive Chef Ben Heaton will serve, you fresh and lively flavours of the Californian and Mexican coastlines. You can also feast your eyes on the calming décor inspired by the Baja Peninsula. Located at: Bisha Hotel, 80 Blue Jays Way, 44th Floor, Toronto Reservations: kosttoronto.com Phone: 437.800.5938

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Oretta Walking into Oretta takes your breath away. Between the dĂŠcor and dramatic ceilings, you may even forget you came to indulge in their delicious Italian food. The restaurant has stunning hues of pink paired perfectly with blues, mustard yellow and greys. Leafy green tropical plants are perfectly placed throughout and there is always a healthy crowd of diners ďŹ lling the restaurant with cheerful conversation. At this restaurant, you will always have something to talk about. Located at: 633 King St W, Toronto, (King & Bathurst) Reservations: www.oretta.to Phone: 416.944.1932

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Café Cancan Dreaming of Paris? Café Cancan offers a little slice of French cuisine in a darling narrow bistro that exudes Paris. The gorgeous space was designed by Tiffany Pratt and features pink and blue pastels and wainscoting throughout. It truly feels as though you have landed in Paris when you step inside this perfect French paradise. Sit down for a little champagne and enjoy some French meals. Located at: 89 Harbord Street, Toronto, (Harbord & Spadina) Reservations: www.cafecancan.com Phone: 647.341.3100

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Piano Piano Located on Harbord Street amongst other unique places to dine out, the façade of this restaurant gives you a hint that you’re about to enjoy something wonderful. Piano Piano has a glamorous feel, with dark wallpaper featuring large floral patterns. It truly is a special place. Feast on delicious plates of pasta, large pizzas and charcuterie boards. Located at: 88 Harbord St, Toronto, (Harbord & Spadina) Reservations: www.pianopianotherestaurant.com Phone: 416.929.7788

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IN Writers we trust

Insatiable bookworms on the hunt for their next great story: Look no further than this list of certified gems of contemporary Canadian literature written by Writers’ Trust Fellowship recipients. With help from generous sponsors like Chestnut Park Real Estate, the Writers’ Trust Fellowship was created to support and spotlight the leading Canadian writers of our time by awarding $50,000 to one exceptional author in recognition of a stellar body of work. The 2018 recipient will be announced at the Writers’ Trust Gala on Tuesday, November 13. Visit writerstrust.com for details on how to purchase tickets and make sure you’re in the room for this year’s big reveal.

Michael Crummey St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador Writers’ Trust Fellow 2015

"Of the cacophony of voices carrying across the wind from Newfoundland and Labrador in recent years, none is so vibrant, so perceptive, and so damn fun, as that of Michael Crummey." Michael Crummey is a poet and novelist from the East Coast. A celebrated poet with eight collections to his name, including Hard Light, Salvage, and Under the Keel, Crummey published his first work of fiction, River Thieves, in 2002 and subsequently penned the novels The Wreckage and Galore. His latest novel, Sweetland, was nominated for a Governor General's Literary Award. Keep an eye out for his next book The Blinder, in stores in fall 2019.

Moses Sweetland remembers when the fish were plentiful around his remote island home in Newfoundland. Now his community is facing resettlement, and each family has been offered a generous compensation package to leave. But the money is offered with a proviso: everyone has to go; the government won't be responsible for one crazy coot who chooses to stay alone on an island. Read what happens when, motivated in part by a sense of history and belonging, Moses refuses to leave.

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Miriam Toews Toronto, Ontario Writers’ Trust Fellow 2016

"Miriam Toews is prolific, an indispensable voice, one of the greatest writers this country has ever produced." Miriam Toews was born and raised in the Mennonite town of Steinbach, Manitoba. Her debut novel A Complicated Kindness, won the 2004 Governor General's Literary Award for fiction. She is the author of seven novels and one work of nonfiction, including Swing Low: A Life, The Flying Troutmans, Irma Voth, and All My Puny Sorrows. Her latest work, Women Talking, was published in summer 2018.

Eight women — ordinary grandmothers, mothers, and teenagers — climb into the hayloft of a barn to make a life-altering choice on behalf of all the women and children in their community. August Epp, like the women, is a traditional Mennonite, and he has been asked to record the secret conversation. As we gradually hear the women's vivid voices console, tease, admonish, regale and debate each other, we piece together the reason for the gathering. And like a vast night sky coming into view behind the bright sparks of their voices, we learn of the devastating events that have led to this moment.

Eden Robinson Kitimat, British Columbia Writers’ Trust Fellow 2017

" With razor-sharp precision, madcap humour, and a preternatural gift for dialogue, Eden Robinson brings a fresh and fearless perspective to the literature of this land " Eden Robinson is a novelist and short fiction writer from the Haisla and Heiltsuk First Nations. Her first book was a collection of four short stories, entitled Traplines. Her first novel, Monkey Beach was shortlisted for the Giller Prize and a Governor General’s Literary Award. Her recent novel, Son of a Trickster, is the first volume in a planned trilogy. The second installment, Trickster Drift, hits the bookstore shelves in October 2018.

In an effort to keep all forms of magic at bay, 17-year-old Jared has quit drugs and drinking— no thanks to his enabling, ever-partying mom, Maggie. But his troubles are not over: he's got to get his grades up, find a job that doesn't involve weed cookies, and somehow live peacefully with his Aunt Mave in Vancouver. Not to mention he’s being stalked by his mom's ex. Even though Maggie is a living, breathing badass as well as a witch, she just can't protect Jared like she used to. When the situation turns to crisis, Jared quickly learns that as the son of a Trickster, he will always be a magnet for magic — whether he hates it or not.

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THE CHEF AND THE DISH

Imagine, with the click of a button, being able to transport yourself directly into the kitchen of a chef on the other side of the world. With Skype cooking classes from The Chef and The Dish, that’s closer to being a reality than ever before.

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he Chef & The Dish is a global kitchen to kitchen culinary

your kitchen to another part of the world for the day. No flight

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or reservation required.

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Whether it’s Pasta-Making with a chef in Northern Italy, learning

around the globe to learn how to make the world’s most iconic

to master Cacio e Pepe with a chef in Rome, trying your hand at

dishes - all with the private coaching of a chef who lives where

Gyoza with a chef from Tokyo, Jambalaya with a chef from New

the recipes originated.

Orleans, learning Paella with a chef in Spain, or Satay with a two-star Michelin chef in Singapore - The Chef & The Dish offers

Ask all the questions you want and get step-by-step coaching

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Dinner parties will never be the same.

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CHEF GASON, NEW ORLEANS

Chef Gason Nelson a native to New Orleans is a twotime James Beard Scholar. Chef Gason’s extraordinary culinary skills have taken him around the world to cook for those with the most discriminating tastes including the Kardashians, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, Matthew McConaughey, Swiss Beats, Sinbad, Jairus Byrd, Paul Walker, Reggie Bush, and New Orleans Saints’ tight end, Ben Watson. He’s been featured in Sports Illustrated, New Orleans Magazine, morning shows, and on the Food Network show, “Chopped,” making it all the way to the final round. His passion for food and his hometown comes out in the smallest details. As Chef Gason says, “The state of being full immersed into an activity is called ‘flow’. Flow is my culinary code.” And flow is what you’ll learn from hime, without a doubt. Known as the NOLA Chef, his private chef and catering company, Full of Flavor, caters to two or two hundred and comes with rave reviews. Now he’s ready for his next adventure - teaching you how to cook traditional New Orleans classics. During your cooking class, his energy and giant spirit will pop out of your computer screen, and by the end, you’ll have a new friend, and some of the very best Creole food you’ve ever tasted. He can’t wait to teach you how to cook New Orleans style during his classes with The Chef & The Dish.

CHEF PAUL, SINGAPORE

Chef Paul Then is one of Singapore’s most celebrated chefs. He’s best known for his Peranakan cuisine, a mix of Malay and Chinese influences. Paul was born in a Straits Chinese family where he began helping his grandmother cook at a young age. As an adult, he attended a prestigious French culinary school.  Since then, he’s cooked all over the world.  Paul was instrumental in receiving two Michelin stars during his time as Executive Chef at Cuisine Cuisine. He has more than 30 years experience working as Chef or as a Guest Chef in some of the top restaurants in the world from Singapore, China, Australia, France, India, Germany, Thailand, and Italy. He was a finalist at the World Gourmet Summit for the Singapore Executive Chef of the Year Award in 2014. He has appeared in many Singapore Television cooking series and TV shows and works actively with the Singapore Tourism Board. His line of Asian Sauces is available under the name of Baba Chef Paul. During your private cooking class with The Chef & The Dish, you’ll whip up amazing Singaporean dishes. If you don’t know what that means - it’s Chinese meets Malaysian meets Thai - and you’ll understand after your class why Singaporeans consider eating their national past-time. IIS

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the ART of conversation Erika Floysvik Founder, Art Collectif

“Art is for everyone and everyone can be a Collector”. That is the spirit behind Art Collectif, an online destination for contemporary paintings, photography and mixed media artwork. The collection is curated by Erika Floysvik, a long time Collector and art enthusiast who champions the careers of rising art-world talent. Art Collectif’s collection speaks to new and emerging collectors with a love for contemporary art that is bold, graphic and energetic.

JOHN CASTLE

THE EXPERIMENTAL ARTIST

ohn Castle grew up in the 1950’s in Burnham,

His most memorable learning from his Amersham days was

Buckinghamshire, a countrified village set among ancient

that “it’s not what you paint, but how you paint.” This mantra

woodlands, four miles outside of Windsor Castle. By

was fortified while attending an exhibition in London with his

John’s account, it was an idyllic place to live and the setting

first-year class. It was there that John saw his first Van Gogh

that inspired his earliest landscape drawings and paintings.

paintings, The Road Menders and Couple in The Park. John

John’s artistic abilities were innate and became apparent

recalls that “they stunned. They had so much life. Close-up I

early in his life, although he would not formally hone his craft

could see the contrast in colour, the thickness of paint. It was

until the early 1980s when he received a bursary to study

chewing-gum thick! I was in awe of how Van Gogh approached

Fine Art at Amersham College.

form and contrast - hundreds of intricacies within each painting.”

j

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After graduating with a Fine Art Degree, John moved on

Edward County. Moving into a home with a spacious barn,

to Farnham and the West Surrey School of Art and Design

he was able to again experiment with large-scale paintings

where, he says, “they allowed me to experiment with large-

and sculpture. He says, “I brought my British quirkiness with

scale works and abstract paintings.” It was at this time that

me.” John’s most recent collection, entitled 50 Things, is

John began selling his paintings in shops and galleries in

based on a concept he conjured in his school days. “When I

Brighton and sold his carved lamps, with painted Botticelli

was in Brighton,” John recalls, “I did two paintings, quickly,

heads, to the National

representing 50 things that happened that day.” In one of the

Portrait Gallery.

sketches, John painted Lady Diana, who had died that day,

His lamps, which he

and a figure of a bride from a news story of a woman who was

continues to create,

killed on her wedding day by a jilted lover. There was also a

were inspired by Omega

stop sign, a reminder of his childhood street: “I painted what I

Workshops, an arts and

saw or heard, no matter how significant or incidental. When I

crafts collective that was

look back at those paintings today, I remember each of those

formed after WWI. The

details, yet I can’t tell you what I did yesterday!”

group of artists included Vanessa Bell, Virginia

Expanding on why he’s returned to this theme, John adds

Woolf’s sister. Their interest

that, “when you put one idea next to another, they take on a

was in applying art to

collective idea. It’s interesting to see how the images relate

ordinary objects, like doors,

to one another.” John begins his painting by writing down

furniture and fabric, rather

50 things that he remembers from the day. He explains that,

than confining themselves

“they can be stories that I hear, that touch or move me. Funny

to canvas. “I related to

things. Sad things. The little things. ”Like John’s career, his 50

them,” John says, “the idea

Things series is a continual experiment.

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was that if you had a bigger span of work, you could be experimental.”

John’s studio is located in Bloomfield, Ontario, and his paintings and carvings can be purchased through

Upon meeting his Canadian

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then-girlfriend in 2002, John moved to Prince

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finish to crisp cuff s and are the ideal accessory to finish business and formal attire. www.tomford.com

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Jura - GIGA 5 Automatic Coffee Machine

Chanel ‘Bleu De Chanel’ Parfum Spray An ode to masculine freedom expressed in an aromatic-woody fragrance with a captivating trail. A timeless scent housed in a bottle of a deep and mysterious shade of blue. Accomplished composition with a pure, deep character. An intensely masculine signature that denotes fulfillment and self-confidence. www.thebay.com

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO

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is Canada’s largest and most diverse city. More than half of the residents who call Toronto home have roots in another country, and almost 200 different languages are spoken here. The result is a vibrant and dynamic culture in business, arts, sports and education. The city’s skyline is famous for the CN Tower, now the world’s third tallest tower and the highest outdoor walk on a building. The glass-floor observation deck offers visitors stunning 360-degree views of the city, Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands. But back on the ground Toronto is known as the city of neighbourhoods, like lakefront Beaches, historic Chinatown and Little Italy. Year-round festivals celebrate the city’s diversity and hospitality.

Toronto’s many galleries and museums, especially The AGO and The ROM, are renowned for their stunning architectural presence – and for how long guests want to spend inside. Residents and visitors enjoy world-class theatre and concerts, and crowds fill the Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre and BMO Field to cheer on their favourite local and international teams. The city’s downtown core boasts everything from distinctive boutique experiences to trendy fashions, and a dazzling assortment of traditional and innovative restaurants. Throughout the urban centre, tree-lined streets, expansive parks and green ravines are enjoyed year-round for morning runs, leisurely strolls and family outings.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO

THE ONE AND ONLY CUMBERLAND RESIDENCE

$28,750,000

Toronto, Ontario:

The remarkable north-south vistas serve as the ultimate backdrop for this iconic cosmopolitan property, which rests above Bloor Street - Canada's Fifth Avenue. This is the finest example of modernist design under the direction of architect Philip Johnson, and a total restoration and reconstruction by world renowned JF Brennan Design Build. The residence spans 10,200 sq.ft. of living space plus 5000 sq.ft. of wrap around terraces. The grand master is made up of his & her baths, dressing rooms, and a sitting room. Also located on the second floor are 2 oversized bedrooms with their own terraces and a fabulous gym. The building provides a full-time concierge, security service and easy access to Bloor St. A discreet private entrance ensures security & privacy for residents.

JIMMY MOLLOY Office: 416.925.9191 jimmymolloy@rogers.com www.jimmymolloy.com

FOUR SEASONS PERFECTION

$12,900.000

Toronto, Ontario:

When the view is not enough, come live in the clouds, where the pampering of five-star hotel living never ends. Almost 4,000 sq.ft. of impeccably finished space. Soaring ceilings of 12 feet create a volume of space that is only rivaled by the magnificent views. World class finishes with a contemporary style invent a residence of unforgettable quality and character. Direct elevator, 2 grand bedrooms, family room and library, plus great entertaining space enhance the magic of this suite. The walls of glass create a stage for living in the sky. The ever-present views of the city act as a backdrop to your life with the finest of Four Seasons services 24 hours a day.

JIMMY MOLLOY Office: 416.925.9191 jimmymolloy@rogers.com www.jimmymolloy.com *SALES REPRESENTATIVE

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO $17,688,000

Forest Hill Stone Manor House Toronto, Ontario:

Rare offering of a landmark estate on the most prestigious street in the heart of Forest Hill. This majestic mansion has 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, private oasis on a 3/4 acre lot. Extensive renovation completed in 2013 includes new heated stone 3 car garage and resort style pool with waterfall, 3rd floor home theatre with vaulted ceilings. This extensive remodel includes custom work with the finest details of true old world craftsmanship blended with modern day design and technology. This turnkey estate comes fully loaded. Gym, south facing solarium, main floor library with walk out to meticulously manicured lawns and an exquisite garden. A magical paradise in the heart of the city. Approximately 9,700 sq. ft. + 3,000 sq. ft. in lower level. Truly a spectacular property.

Eileen Farrow* Office: 416.925.9191 Direct: 416.275.1215 eileenfarrow@chestnutpark.com

$9,985,000

When Only The Finest Of Rosedale Will Do! Toronto, Ontario:

Iconic Rosedale stone mansion. Spectacular principal rooms both for entertaining and family life. Gourmet kitchen open to large family room with fireplace, walk out to stone terrace, and views over ravine. Four large bedrooms all with ensuites. Nanny suite. Five fireplaces, Wood panelled office. Gym. Media room. Wine cellar. Additional laundry on the second floor. Multiple walkouts to stone terraces and deep views over Rosedale ravine. Gardens irrigated and lit. Built-in garage. Double circular driveway behind stone pillars. 108 Glen is 27 years new with many recent renovations. High ceilings. Large windows. Wonderful light throughout. Turnkey ready.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO

HOGGS HOLLOW MASTERPIECE

$8,988,000

Toronto, Ontario:

One Of The Most Exquisite Residences Ever To Come To Market In The Sought After, Historic Neighbourhood Of Hoggs Hollow! 7,000+ SF of superb craftsmanship & design, with exquisite finishes throughout. Situated on the Valley’s premier street, this luxurious, stone residence enjoys a lush, south garden featuring an expansive stone patio with builtin barbeque, half basketball court & large hot tub. Interior highlights include soaring 12’ ceilings on the main floor, 5+ bedrooms, including the spectacular Master Suite & 8 baths. The Superb Lower Level Includes a large cold room w stone walls and floor (potential wine cellar), Recreation Room With Wet Bar, Powder Room And Half Basketball Court (Or Home Theater) plus direct access to 6+ car underground garage.

Paula von Stedingk* Vicko Vicko von Stedingk* Office: 416.925.9191 homes@paulaandvicko.com

$4,795,000

Sophisticated Residence in Windfields/St. Andrew's Area Toronto, Ontario:

Situated on the Vyner Greenbelt and Ravine. Designed by Richard Wengle, one of Toronto's premier architects, this elegant home features an impeccable attention to detail and emphasis and comfortable family living. Boasting 8,000 sf of luxury living on three levels, this residence is the definition of contemporary elegance. 5+2 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, high ceilings, generous principal rooms, a gourmet kitchen, exercise room, main floor office and an in-law/nanny suite. Exquisite custom finishes, refined formal living and dining room, spacious kitchen with top-end appliances and sizeable island create the ideal environment for stress-free entertaining. Spacious family room overlooking the expansive deck and salt water pool creates a sense of serenity and connection to the lush greenery that envelopes the backyard oasis.

Nancy Baker* Peter Baker* Direct 416.580.8799 bakerteam64@gmail.com www.bakerteam.biz *SALES REPRESENTATIVE

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO Unique & Rare On The Millionaire’s Mile Of Bayview

$7,100,000

Toronto, Ontario:

Magnificent large parcel of land 100.52 x 309 feet. Tremendous opportunity along coveted stretch of Bayview Ave. North of Lawrence and South of York Mills. Owned by the same family for over 45 Years. Very few properties of this size remaining. Unusually large site area: 31,063 square feet. Great opportunity to develop for personal use or otherwise.

EILEEN FARROW* Office: 416.925.9191 Direct: 416.275.1215 eileenfarrow@chestnutpark.com

OUTSTANDING ROSEDALE OPPORTUNITY-BUILD NEW OR LIVE IN & ENJOY!

$6,998,000

Toronto, Ontario:

Rendering Shows Gordon Ridgely Existing House Replacement For Which Seller Received Approval For Demolition and New Build From Heritage Conservation District In 2004 Based On This Great 6500' Design. This and Varying Alternative Plans/Design Require Re-Submit & Request. The Flexibility To Live In Existing 5110' Magnificent 5 Bedroom With Future Potential Is Amazing. Extraordinary 1/4 Acre 1 Block To Subway!

JANET LINDSAY* Office: 416.925.9191 success@janetlindsay.com www.janetlindsay.com

HOGGS HOLLOW JEWEL

$5,288,000

Toronto, Ontario:

Magnificent 5+ bedroom residence on beautiful Ravine Lot. 5,000 Sq.Ft. of timeless elegance with luxurious finishes throughout. Spectacular main floor with large terrace. Superb Lower Level with walk-out to patio and secluded garden. 4-car built-in garage. easy walk to Yonge shops, restaurants and subway.

PAULA VON STEDINGK* VICKO VICKO VON STEDINGK* Office: 416.925.9191 homes@paulaandvicko.com

PRIME HOGGS HOLLOW!

$4,288,000

Toronto, Ontario: :

Absolutely lovely, updated 4+ bedroom home on beautifully landscaped 75’ x 143’ level south lot. Ideal for pool. Open concept kitchen/Family Room with walk-out to tiered deck. Large main floor laundry room with direct access to double garage. Superb lower level with large recreation room, fifth bedroom and lots of extra storage! Quiet child-safe street.

PAULA VON STEDINGK* VICKO VICKO VON STEDINGK* Office: 416.925.9191 homes@paulaandvicko.com *SALES REPRESENTATIVE **BROKER

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO Magical Castle Frank Crescent! Seven Oaks!

$3,998,000

Toronto, Ontario:

Cul-de-sac on a ravine w/deer, fox, rabbits yet steps to Bloor/Yonge & The Danforth! 1/3 acre w/good table land. Built in 1910. Prime Minister Meighen’s home for decades. History & charm. 7+1 bdrms. Ravine views. Family rm opens to large flagstone terrace. Finished walk out basement. Garage converted to four season’s studio. Leaded glass windows. Architects Chadwick & Beckett.

EILEEN FARROW* Office: 416.925.9191 Direct: 416.275.1215 eileenfarrow@chestnutpark.com

SUMMERHILL - WALK TO YONGE

$3,200,000

Toronto, Ontario:

An immaculate total renovation on prime dead-end street in Summerhill. Detached 4+1 bedroom home with stunning custom interiors. White oak floors throughout, all bedrooms with custom closets, five gorgeous bathrooms. Master with ensuite, walk-in closet and private deck. Fabulous floor plan for families or downsizers. Walk to Yonge, subway, Yorkville, Cottingham Public School.

MAGGIE LIND* Office: 416.925.9191 www.MaggieLind.com maggie@maggielind.com

$3,275,000

Prestigious Forest Hill

Fabulous View - Sub penthouse

$938,000

Toronto, Ontario:

Toronto Ontario:

Stately five bedroom, 5 bath centre hall home in the heart of Forest Hill. Gracious principal room for entertaining. Second floor library. Sunny family room overlooking splendid landscaped gardens with patio and pergola.

Approx. 1700 sq ft 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Split Plan, 2 Block Walk to LRT. 2 Pkg. + Locker. 24 hr. Concierge at Door, Suite and Building Amenities Have Been Recently Upgraded. Gourmet Grocery Store Across the Street, 98% Owner Occupied!

Sharon Cowan**

Andrew Sommers* Direct: 647.220.1666 June Sommers* Direct: 647.220.1686

Office: 416.925.9191 shcowan@sympatico.ca

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Exquisite Family Home - Ottawa

$3,150,000

Ottawa, Ontario:

Over 5000 sq. ft. of subtle opulence is on full display within this custom built courtyard estate on over 1/2 an acre in Cedar Hill. Exceptional back yard, Private Salt Water Pool Oasis with Hot Tub & Outdoor Living & Dining area, 5 Bedroom, 8 Baths, Private Master Suite!! 4 fireplaces. Equipped with Control4 home automation technology. Stand by generator. 3 car garage. Sides onto golf course.

Andrew Sommers* Direct: 647.220.1666 andrewsommers@sympatico.ca

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • TORONTO SOLD

$2,495,000

Best Location in Yorkville!

$8,999,900

SOLD

$8,249,900

SOLD

Toronto, Ontario:

Peter Russell** Catherine Russell*, MBA

This beautifully proportioned residence represents a rare opportunity to live in the heart of Yorkville in over 2000 square feet of renovated living space. Enjoy fabulous 19th floor views towards The ROM and far west beyond. Steps to the subway. russell@chestnutpark.com Direct: 647.461.5501

ROSEDALE RAVINE HOME

ROSEDALE RESTORATION

SOLD! Idyllic 100x581 ft. 1.34 acres! Renovate to taste or embrace fully-approved permitted designs: pool, cabana, circular drive, ample parking.

SOLD OVER ASKING! Fully restored by Powell & Bonnell /Ray Murakami on one of Rosedale’s finest streets. 5+1 BR, 8 baths, Neff Kitchen, wine cellar.

JONATHAN FERRIER* Direct: 416.567.0907 jonathan@myarea.ca

JONATHAN FERRIER* Direct: 416.567.0907 jonathan@myarea.ca

some Must-dos in toronto • Fall/winter 2018

october OCTOBER 18 Light the Night Walk. Walk to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada. Nathan Phillips Square. www.lightthenight.ca

OCTOBER 19-21 Fall Cottage Life Show www.shows.cottagelife.com

OCTOBER 27 Murder at the ROM Scavenger Hunt www.urbancapers.com

OCTOBER 23 Ontario Sports Hall of Fame 2018 Induction Ceremony & Awards Gala, Westin Harbour Castle www.oshof.ca

OCTOBER 28 Goosebumps: An Evening with R.L.Stine www.roythomsonhall.com

NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 1-29 Colour and Form Society: 66th Annual Open Juried Exhibition www.toronto.ca

NOVEMBER 08-30 HIRAETH Solo Exhibition by Judith Mckay www.urbangallery.ca

NOVEMBER 9 Friday Night Jazz www.ripleyaquariums.com

NOVEMBER 2-11 The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair www.royalfair.org

NOVEMBER 9-11 National Women’s Show. Metro Toronto Convention Centre. www.nationalwomenshow.com *SALES REPRESENTATIVE **BROKER

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some Must dos in toronto • fall 2018

NOVEMBER 22-DECEMBER 2 One Of A Kind Show & Sale www.seetorontonow.com

NOVEMBER 15-DECEMBER 23 Toronto Christmas Market www.torontochristmasmarket.com

NOVEMBER 15 Russell Peters: Deported World Tour www.scotiabankarena.com

NOVEMBER 18

NOVEMBER 15-17

Gingerbread House Decorating for Kids Aged 8-12 www.blogto.com/events/gingerbread-housedecorating-for-kids-aged-8-12-toronto

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire in Concert. www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/cavalcade-of-lights

NOVEMBER 18 Santa Claus Parade www.thesantaclausparade.com

NOVEMBER 24 Cavalcade of Lights www.toronto.ca/explore-enjoy/festivals-events/cavalcade-of-lights

NOVEMBER 30 TO JANUARY 5 The Wizard of Oz www.rosspetty.com

NOVEMBER 22-DECEMBER 2 One of a Kind Show www.oneofakindshow.com

DECEMBER DECEMBER 1 16th Christmas Gifts and Crafts Fair at Mount Dennis Legion www.toronto.com/events/1311114--16th-christmas-gifts-and-crafts-fair/

DECEMBER 3 An Evening with Alec Baldwin www.toronto-theatre.com

DECEMBER 7 St Lawrence Market & Old Toronto Food Tour - Discover Chef Scott's Toronto www.foodtours.com

DECEMBER 31 New Year’s Eve in Toronto www.seetorontonow.com

DECEMBER 9

DECEMBER 31

Mariposa Cruises' Santa Brunch Cruise www.mariposacruises.com

New Year's Eve dinner dance - salsa, bachata, ballroom dancing www.blogto.com/events

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY

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Blue Mountain Village

Collingwood: Collingwood has great warmth and a sense of hospitality. This community is rich in history and culture and is truly an active lifestyle community. Located on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, its waterfront provides endless opportunities.

The Blue Mountains: This scenic area offers an abundance

Creemore/Clearview: Creemore’s scenery is one of its

Thornbury: Today in Thornbury, the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. Located between Collingwood and Meaford, over the years this quaint town has been home to a wide spectrum of businesses. Bruce Street is active with an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and artisans.

great natural attractions - you’ll see beautiful landscapes, including pastoral farmlands, rolling off into the distance. Creemore has a vibrant small business community and is a wonderful location for anyone looking to shop, dine and explore.

Mulmur: Mulmur Township is considered a wee bit of

of recreational activities for all four seasons, most notably winter. The Village at Blue Mountain has an array of boutiques and stores all within walking distance of the largest ski resort in Ontario.

Beaver Valley/Grey Highlands: The Beaver Valley provides

heaven that straddles the famous Niagara Escarpment. Descending into gently rolling farmlands and rural areas, it has become a preferred area for weekend country retreats as well as a home to a great many commuters.

four seasons of relaxation, excitement and recreation in the unspoiled countryside. The valley is well known for skiing and snowboarding in the winter. Beaver Valley Ski Club operates as a private ski club just south of the town of Kimberly.

Wasaga Beach: Situated along the largest freshwater archipelago in the world, Wasaga Beach is a popular summer tourist destination. Enjoy the many trails for hiking, cycling, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Swim in warm waters and admire the panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment.

Meaford: Meaford is a fascinating four-season destination that has it all. The quaint and charming historic downtown district offers live theatre and concerts, fresh local food, unique shopping, nature at your doorstep, a beautiful harbor and so much more.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY CONTEMPORARY DESIGN WITH VIEWS

$3,188,000

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT* Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

The Blue Mountains, Ontario

Enjoy the Lifestyle in this modern residence on 36 acres close to The Georgian Bay Club golfing, skiing, boating & mins to Thornbury & Collingwood. Over 5,000 sq.ft. w/6 Bdrms, 6 Baths, saltwater pool & Georgian Bay views. MLS®SG1625311

“Tranquil Waters” Be inspired by far reaching views of Georgian Bay & 11th Fairway. Impressive Post & Beam residence, over 8,000 sq ft, 6 bdrms, 6 baths, Chef’s kitchen, 3 car garage & awardwinning grounds with waterfall. MLS®SG1709683

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT* Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

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GEORGIAN BAY WATERFRONT

$2,788,000

STUNNING VIEWS OF GEORGIAN BAY

$2,988,000

The Blue Mountains, Ontario

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WATERFRONT DREAM GET AWAY!

$2,250,000

The Blue Mountains, Ontario

Meaford, Ontario

Private marina on 22.16 acres w/900 ft of Private Waterfront. Concrete harbour large enough to dock a 45 ft yacht & 10-12 smaller boats w/water & hydro. Western exposure for amazing sunsets, harbour marker & storage building. MLS®150359

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT*

Luxurious waterfront living!! Custom built 2,490 sq ft home w/3 Bdrms, 3 Baths, Gourmet Chef’s kitchen w/stone counters. 20’x42’ saltwater pool, stunning landscaping, patios, waterfalls, outdoor fireplace & a sandy bottom waterfront. MLS®137146

Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

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ONE-OF-A-KIND TOWNHOUSE

$1,998,000

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT* Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

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COUNTRY ESTATE WITH ACREAGE

$1,679,000

Collingwood, Ontario

Grey Highlands, Ontario

Luxurious Townhouse in the Shipyards. 3,766 sq. ft., 4 Bdrm, 5 Baths w/in-house elevator & underground garage w/4 private parking spaces. White oak hardwood floors, floating staircases, glass walls, marble counters + more! MLS®148475

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT*

Zoned Agricultural w/ Commercial/Industrial Operation incl. a 6,000 sq. ft. sep. building for a home business. 25 acres w/renovated 2,910 sq. ft. 2-storey home w/4 Bdrms, 3 Baths, salt-water pool & 2 acre pond perfect for relaxing. MLS®149002

Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

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PRIVATE ESTATE RESIDENCE

$1,599,000

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT*

ACROSS FROM GEORGIAN BAY

$899,900

The Blue Mountains, Ontario

The Blue Mountains, Ontario

FURNISHED! Gorgeous sunrises & sunsets from this immaculately maintained 4 Bdrm, 3 Bath chalet in Craigleith. Renovated, on an oversized lot nestled within beautiful gardens & across from Northwinds Beach. MLS®129979

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT*

Rare opportunity - 2.8 acres above the 17th & 18th holes of the Georgian Bay Club w/no common element fees. Views to Georgian Bay, 5 Bdrms, 3 Baths, in-ground salt-water pool, rock gardens & det. 2,700 sq ft workshop/garage. MLS®SG1710479

BARB PICOT* & RON PICOT*

Barb’s Cell: 705.444.3452 Ron’s Cell: 705.446.8580

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Lifestyle lifestyle

SOME OF THE BEST PLACES TO EAT In Collingwood With so many great restaurant options in Collingwood, deciding where to go for dinner can be tough. If you’re looking for a great meal, check out a few of our favourite restaurants from the wide variety that Collingwood has to offer.

TheSmoke Is classic barbeque your go-to meal? TheSmoke offers traditional, award-winning barbeque on Collingwood’s First Street, just steps away from our Collingwood office. With an abundance of family favourites this is the perfect option if you don’t want to light up the barbeque yourself. Looking to take a bit of TheSmoke home with you? As well as take-out, all of their sauces are available for purchase. For more info visit: www.thesmoke.ca

Tesoro Voted Collingwood’s favourite Italian restaurant, this is the perfect spot for a delicious entrée with a huge range of options from pasta to pizza, and everything in between. With a focus on using local ingredients, you can expect a delightful farm-to-table experience that’s nothing less than extraordinary. Be sure to visit the Tesoro Mercato right next door to pick up an assortment of fresh-frozen entrées to enjoy at home, or indulge in a scoop of gelato for dessert! For more info visit: www.tesororestaurant.ca

The Iron Skillet This Collingwood classic for over 25 years is the ideal spot for comfort food. Even the Food Network says “You Gotta Eat Here!” There are plenty of traditional menu items that will satisfy you at lunch or dinner. If you are looking to stop by for a drink, they have a comprehensive wine list from which to choose. Be sure to check them out. For more info visit: www.theironskillet.ca/contact

Heavenly Cafe If you are looking for a brunch spot this weekend, head over to Heavenly Cafe. Stocked with gourmet desserts and delicious meals, this Paris-themed restaurant is the ideal spot to stop for breakfast or grab a coffee with a friend. With an array of decadent options, you will definitely satisfy your sweet tooth! Be sure to try one of their famous cinnamon buns when you visit. For more info visit: www.heavenlycafe.ca

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SOME MUST-DOS IN SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY • GREY BRUCE • SIMCOE COUNTY • fall/Winter 2018

October OCTOBER 4-21 Pumpkinferno www.discoveryharbour.on.ca/dh/en/SpecialEvents/index.htm

OCTOBER 16 Georgian Hills Vineyards - Vendage www.georgianhillsvineyards.ca/vendange

OCTOBER 20 Cowboy Junkies Play The Historic Gayety Theatre www.cowboyjunkies.com

OCTOBER 27 Black Harvest Festival www.collingwooddowntown.com

OCTOBER 27 Jersey Seasons: A Tribute www.gayetytheatre.com

NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 24 Santa Claus Parade www.visitsouthgeorgianbay.ca

NOVEMBER 22-DEC 9 First Light at Sainte-Marie Among the Huron www.saintemarieamongthehurons.on.ca/sm/en/SpecialEvents/ www.firstLight/index.htm

NOVEMBER 25 Funderland www.wasagabeach.com

NOVEMBER 21-23 Rockin' All Night: Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens & The Big Boppers www.theatrecollingwood.ca/rockin-all-night

DECEMBER DECEMBER 1-JANUARY 5 Jingles & Joy Festival www.visitsouthgeorgianbay.ca

DECEMBER 8 Thornbury Olde Fashioned Christmas! www.visitsouthgeorgianbay.ca

DECEMBER 28-30 Frozen in Time Ice Festival www.visitsouthgeorgianbay.ca

DECEMBER 20-21 Theatre Collingwood Presents: A Chris-Terical Cheistmas Cabaret www.theatrecollingwood.ca/chris-tacular-christmas-cabaret

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Bracebridge Falls and the Muskoka River during the summer, downtown Bracebridge.

Muskoka has become a household name in North America

things that attract individuals to the area. There are exciting

associated with cottage country. Sprinkled throughout the

summer camps for children, museums, great hiking trails,

gorgeous lakes in the area are large mansion-like summer

swimming in sparkling waters and events and festivals to

estates owned by celebrities and the affluent. The area itself is

explore, all of which reflect Muskoka's charm and uniqueness.

welcoming to anyone with any budget, but owning a property

The outdoors offer an abundance of wildlife and nature, and

in the area, especially on the most coveted lakes, can exceed

the indoors cater to those who are interested in relaxing out

most people's budgets. It's the area itself that has inspired this

of the sun. There are also boat cruises including scenic tours

craving for seasonal experiences.

on one of Muskoka's must well-known features: the steam ship, the most famous of which is the Segwun.

There are approximately 60,000 permanent residents and 100,000 seasonal residents in this major summer colony.

Muskoka is known for culture, trendy shopping, exceptional

Most of the large estates sit on Lake Muskoka, Lake Rosseau

dining, an exciting craft beer scene and beautiful art galleries.

and Lake Joseph. The sprawling estates are populated by

On the lakes you will find people relaxing dockside, paddle

Hollywood and sports stars, as well as national business

boarding, kayaking and boating. Muskoka is a stunning,

leaders. Aside from the luxurious real estate, there are many

modern and coveted cottage community.

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TRULY UNIQUE MUSKOKA RETREAT • BIG LAKE LUXURY • SMALL LAKE SERENITY

WATERFRONT • ACREAGE • PRIVACY • QUALITY - OFFERED EXCLUSIVELY AT: $1,795,000 Muskoka, Ontario: One-of-a-kind South Muskoka waterfront retreat with a charming log home located inside this unique masterpiece. Custom designed and built with features sure to impress the most discriminating buyers. Must be seen to fully appreciate. Bonus detached gym with sauna and loft. Over-sized double garage plus carport. Idyllic setting boats 400 feet of shoreline on a quiet lake. Maximum privacy is afforded on approximately 20 acres. Located less than 90 minutes from the GTA and only 20 minutes to Bala. Year round paved municipal road - enjoy all seasons here! Visit www.MuskokaCottageForSale.ca to view the interactive 3-D iGuide tour with floor plans, full gallery, aerial pics and drone video. Call Maggie today to arrange your private viewing.

Maggie Tomlinson, ASA, ABR, SRS, Broker Accredited Senior Agent, Accredited Buyer’s Representative Seller Representative Specialist Office: 705.765.6878 ext 240 | Direct: 705.644.9283 (cell/text) TeesRus@Muskoka.com | www.muskokacottageforsale.ca WWW.CHESTNUTPARK.COM/MUSKOKA | WWW.INVESTINSTYLE.CA

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • MUSKOKA

MUSKOKA MOTEL, CABINS & MORE ...

$1,298,000

Muskoka, Ontario:

Excellent investment opportunity - this Muskoka Motel is well located, well maintained and well worth inquiring about. Offering consists firstly of the motel property with 10 main floor rooms, 6 second floor rooms, owner's apartment with partial basement (laundry room, maintenance room and additional storage). Large reception area and room for a retail store with separate entry at the street front. Secondly, there is an adjacent and separately deeded property with 3 detached cabins, plus a large fenced outdoor commercial area with high traffic and great visibility. Zoning is C2 (commercial with residential use). Ample parking and separate driveway leading to the cabins. Ideally located at the "Gateway to Muskoka" in Gravenhurst. Successfully operated for 23 years by current owners. You won't want to miss this one!

MAGGIE TOMLINSON**, ASA, ABR, SRS Accredited Senior Agent, Accredited Buyer’s Representative, Seller Representative Specialist Office: 705.765.6878 ext 240 Direct: 705.644.9283 (cell/text)

TeesRus@Muskoka.com www.muskokacottageforsale.ca

Exceptional Mordern Lk Rosseau

$5,995,000

Family Fun-Grace and Style

$2,795,000

Muskoka Ontario:

Muskoka Ontario:

Newer custom contemporary cottage with many upgrades, 5,000+ sq.ft., walls of glass, 5 bedrooms with multiple decks and patios, stunning views, 2-storey BH currently used as a gym and 497’ of waterfront privacy. Simply a stunning package!

Jim Gardiner* Direct: 705.646.7358 Iris Gardiner* Direct: 705.646.6367

Ben Imrie* Dan Imrie* Tyler daCosta*

Jim Gardiner* Direct: 705.646.7358 Iris Gardiner* Direct: 705.646.6367

GardinerTeam@gmail.com

Mid Century Contemporary

$3,195,000

Lake Muskoka, exceptional property, 224' beautiful grounds & sitting areas. Extensive upgrades! Spacious new kitchen, bright living areas, 2 slip boathouse with lifts, "all day sun" deck+storage room. 2 car, 2 storey coach-house, with private suite. Call today.

Playfair Island - Lake Joseph

$2,295,000

Muskoka Ontario:

Muskoka Ontario:

Newly renovated 4 bdrm cottage with all the finishings one would want. Property is level for all ages and features brand new boathouse with large entertaining areas. Easiest access from Toronto on Lake Joe

Beautiful island get away with island dotted views across Lake Joseph. Features a newer 2 slip boathouse with luxurious living quarters with 2 bedrooms and then the newly renovated 3 bdrm cottage allows room for all to enjoy.

Direct: 705.765.6565 imuskoka.com

Ben Imrie* Dan Imrie* Tyler daCosta*

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • MUSKOKA Old Muskoka/Modern

$2,575,000

Ben Imrie* Dan Imrie* Tyler daCosta*

Keewaydin Island

$1,049,000

Muskoka Ontario:

Muskoka Ontario:

3 bdrm fully renovated cottage sits close to the waters edge and has all the amenities one could ask for. Property also features a 1 bedroom bunkie and then a 2 storey boathouse. Year round road allows for easy access.

Very special/private, great view, lovely cottage, spacious living area, stone fireplace, 4 bedrooms, large master w/4pcs en-suite. 370' frontage, deep & shallow water, able to build 2 storey boathouse, sandy shallow water entry + convenient inclinator.

Direct: 705.765.6565 imuskoka.com

Jim Gardiner* 705.646.4747 Iris Gardiner* Direct: 705.646.6367

Visit

Lake Muskoka

$1,895,000

Muskoka Ontario:

Ben Imrie* Dan Imrie* Tyler daCosta*

GardinerTeam@gmail.com

ChestnutPark.com/ Muskoka for a complete portfolio of Muskoka listings.

Custom built 4 bedroom cottage is situated on a level property with a sand beach. The main cottage features 4 bedroom with room for everyone to stay and then the grandfathered boathouse has an additional bedrooms for friends and family to use.

also visit investinstyle.ca For featured listings and articles.

Direct: 705.765.6565 imuskoka.com

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • lake of bays • huntsville • ALMAGUIN highlands

HUNTSVILLE is located 2.5 hours north of Toronto and is one

the curves of its shorelines, Lake of Bays is a magnificent

of Ontario’s most beloved four-season destinations. It’s a

natural treasure located in the upper reaches of Muskoka.

wondrous playground that attracts tourists from every corner

It is a vast and spectacular land encompassing 66,000 acres

of the world. Delve into its fascinating history. Experience

of crystal clear waters, pristine forests, wetlands, sandy

the wonders of its great outdoors. Stride through its winter

beaches, and rocky outcrops of the two billion year old

wonderland. Poke around quaint little villages and charming

Pre-Cambrian Shield.

downtowns. Celebrate its many attractions and festivals. Huntsville is a destination of limitless opportunities where

The ALMAGUIN HIGHLANDS

people take life just a little bit easier.

Huntsville. Almaguin encompasses a vast area of serene

is located just minutes north of

lakes and rivers and it borders beautiful Algonquin Park.

LAKE OF BAYS is just east of Huntsville and on the way to

The area is one of Ontario’s best-kept secrets, and it may

Algonquin Park. Lake of Bays is flourishing with history and

just be the next hot spot for recreational buyers who are

beauty unmatched by few places in the world. Named for

seeking privacy on less populated waterways.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • lake of bays • huntsville • ALMAGUIN highlands Fantastic Year Round Beach House / Cottage

$1,200,000

Burk’s Falls, Ontario

Are you looking for a cottage that feels like you are on the seaside? Think of 316' of sandy waterfront with 2.8 acres of level green space treed with huge evergreens. This 3 bed/4 bath, 4200 sq ft Viceroy cottage is enveloped with a huge wrap around deck with stunning lake views. Top it off with gorgeous views from an abundance of windows reaching the Cathedral ceilings!

DAWN MASHINTER* Direct: 705.571.2534 dawnmash@vianet.ca

RARE OFFERING ON BELLA LAKE!

$3,495,000

Susan Brown**B.A., MVA, SRES®

$2,695,000

Dwight, Ontario:

Majestic 20 acre family estate. Stunning lake views & privacy. Built-in 1990, well maintained & many updates. Main dock & decks replaced. Well designed 6000 sq.ft. of living space. Handcrafted granite frplcs, cedar ceilings, solid oak hardwd flrs. & many built-ins. 5 bdrm, 5 bath, guest cabin. Att. garage & tennis court.

Sunsets all year round on Lake of Bays.Over 400 feet of South West exposure, 2.99 acres sitting on a level lot. With a 3 bedroom main log cottage & a 3 bedroom winterized guest house plus a garage with an additional room.

susanbrown@vianet.ca

Direct: 705.788.4176

Sunsets on Lake of Bays

Huntsville, Ontario:

Susan Brown**B.A., MVA, SRES® Direct: 705.788.4176 ragan Lovegrove**,BA Direct: 705.571.0179

susanbrown@vianet.ca ragan@homesbyragan.com

SOME MUST-DOS IN the muskoka region • Fall /Winter 2018

SEPTEMBER 22-OCTOBER 31 Cranberry Harvest www.cranberry.ca johnstons-cranberry-marsh/harvest

OCTOBER 21

OCTOBER 31

Brett Kissel live at Deerhurst Resort www.deerhurstresort.com

Umpteenth annual Great Pumpkin trail www.muskokaheritageplace.org

October 18

OCTOBER 26

OCTOBER 27

Jill Barber www.petersplayers.com

Spooktacular Pumpkin Decorating And Carving Contest www.muskokaregion.com/ events/8148919--spooktacular-pumpkin-decorating-and

Seasons: Photographs From Muskoka & Beyond www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca

OCTOBER 19 I& I with nicole lisa craig www.kitchenerpost.ca/events

October 13-November 10 Bala Cranberry Festival www.balacranberryfestival.on.ca *SALES REPRESENTATIVE

OCTOBER 27 Tiny Tots Halloween Parade www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca

OCTOBER 27-28 Chef Roger Mooking culinary weekend www.deerhurstresort.com

OCTOBER 28 Orillia Silver Band Fall Harvest www.muskokafilmfestival.com

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SOME MUST DOS IN the muskoka region • Fall /Winter 2018

NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 3 Muskoka Lakes Christmas Market www.muskokalakeschamber.ca

NOVEMBER 9-11 Huntsville’s Girlfriends’ getaway weekend www.huntsvillegirlfriendsgetaway.ca

NOVEMBER 3-4 Huron Tract Spinners & Weavers & Goderich Quilters’ Guild Show and Sale www.hurontractspinnersandweavers.wordpress.com

NOVEMBER 17 Annual Babes and Tots Fundraiser www.muskokaregion.com/events/8148968--2nd-annual-babes-andtots-fundraise

NOVEMBER 17 The John Fogerty / CCR Story www.gravenhurst.ca

NOVEMBER 22 BIA Customer Appreciation Crawl www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca

NOVEMBER 23 Black Frid'eh

NOVEMBER 19 Teddy Bear Fundraiser www.huntsvilleplacemall.com

www.downtownhuntsvilleadventures.ca

December DECEMBER 1 Take It Easy: The Story Of The Eagles www.tickets.algonquintheatre.ca

DECEMBER 15 Tommy Youngsteen (Springsteen & Motown Christmas classics) www.petersplayers.com

DECEMBER 19 A Next Generation Leahy Christmas! www.discovermuskoka.ca/events

DECEMBER 15 The Jim Cuddy Band www.deerhurstresort.com

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DECEMBER 31 The Celtic Tenors www.tickets.algonquintheatre.ca

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Muskoka Living Matt Driscoll Multimedia Reporter/Editor

Matt Driscoll is a freelance writer based out of Bracebridge, Ontario. He was a former editor with Muskoka Magazine and former photojournalist with the Bracebridge Examiner and Sioux Lookout Bulletin.Matt worked for several years in the museums field, both in Canada and internationally, before moving into full-time journalism more than a decade ago.

History comes to life on Muskoka’s waterways

Photo By: Riley Productions courtesy of Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre

ike the windswept pine or the iconic Muskoka chair, few things conjure up the image of the Muskoka region like the area’s historic steamships. Despite being constructed more than a century ago, some of those watercraft continue to ply the waters of the region to this day.

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Perhaps the most iconic of the steamships is the RMS Segwun, which still offers regular cruises to the public from its home port at the Muskoka Wharf in Gravenhurst. The Segwun was constructed in 1887 in Glasgow, Scotland, before being shipped across the Atlantic and re-assembled in Gravenhurst. The oldest operating mail steamship in North America, the Segwun holds just under 100 people. It burns through roughly

250 tons of coal (imported from Seward, Pennsylvania) during a sailing season of just under five months. The craft was originally used as a side paddlewheel steamer and sailed under the name of Nipissing II. She was primarily used to transport people, freight and mail from her home port at the Muskoka Wharf to locations throughout the Muskoka lakes, including the resorts which were beginning to proliferate in the region at the time. Upgraded with new engines following the First World War, the ship was re-named Segwun - the Ojibwa word for “spring”. As the road system in Muskoka improved over the years, the mail was increasingly delivered by land routes. By the 1960s, the Segwun was decommissioned and became a floating maritime museum at the Gravenhurst Wharf. >

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Interest in the vintage vessel eventually led to a restoration

Peerless. Together, the pair delivered gasoline and home

project by the Muskoka Steamship and Historical Society and

heating oil throughout the region for the B/A Oil Company.

the Ontario Road Builders. The Segwun was officially

Within a few years, the larger Peerless II was handling all

re-launched by Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and by 1981,

of the deliveries, and the original Peerless was retired. The

she began her newest incarnation as a cruise ship.

Peerless II would continue to ply her trade throughout the lakes of Muskoka under several different oil and gas

These days she offers everything from sightseeing cruises of

companies right up until 1994. It was then that the vessel

“Millionaires Row”, to dinner cruises and floating concerts.

stopped her deliveries and was taken out of service.

Typically, one can find her sister ship - the Wenonah II - sitting

In 2003 it was purchased by Sunset Cruises and, after

next to her at the Wharf. Built in the style of a 1907 Muskoka

significant restoration, she now offers cruises to the public

steamship, the Wenonah was actually constructed in 2002 and

out of her home in Port Carling.

is much larger than the Segwun - holding up to 216 passengers plus crew. The Wenonah sails all three of the big Muskoka lakes,

On the eastern edge of Muskoka, the SS Bigwin still offers

and has a large dining room and three decks with panoramic

cruises on Lake of Bays, much as it did to the likes of Winston

lake views.

Churchill, Louis Armstrong and Clark Gables decades ago. The ship was originally named the Elle Maria, after the wife of

Muskoka Bay in Gravenhurst is also home to the 103 year old

Pittsburgh industrialist James Kuhn, who commissioned it.

Wanda III.

Built in 1910, the ship sailed Lake Muskoka for 15 years, before being sold and moved to Dorset on Lake of Bays. Renamed

Commissioned by Timothy Eaton, of Eaton’s department store

the SS Bigwin, the ship spent the next 45 years ferrying

fame, the vessel was the fastest on the lakes in its day. A steam

guests back and forth to the prestigious Bigwin Island Resort

yacht, the Wanda III is currently undergoing renovations and is

- one of the most spectacular summer resorts in all of North

docked beside the Muskoka Discovery Centre in Gravenhurst.

America, and a draw for many famous guests.

More intimate public cruises are offered aboard the Peerless II,

However, as the resort declined, so too did the ship and

sailing out of Port Carling.

eventually she sat half sunk at her slip on the island. In 1991 the old ship was purchased and restoration work

For nearly 50 years the Peerless II was a working boat,

began in earnest in 2002. After nearly a decade of the work,

transporting oil and gasoline to customers throughout the

the SS Bigwin was finally ready to sail again on November

Muskoka Lakes. It was originally built in 1946 in Bronte, Ontario

17, 2012. These days, the Bigwin offers regular public cruises

and sent to Muskoka to join her sister ship, the smaller, wooden

around Lake of Bays from her home port in Dorset.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

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Prince Edward County

is rapidly becoming a much sought-

the most beautiful views of Lake Ontario. It has a growing

after area of Southern Ontario with its beautiful established,

craft beer scene, ever-changing menus at the county’s

and up and coming, wineries, the ocean-like waters of

various restaurants, charming bed and breakfasts, and

Lake Ontario and the white sandy beaches of Sandbanks

friendly farm stands throughout the scenic county roads

Provincial Park. Lined with plenty of charming local shops

selling fresh fruit and local produce.

and restaurants scattered across the county, there is always The homes in the county vary from beautiful Victorian

something to see and explore.

residences to small cottages and farmhouses. As the In the county you’ll be greeted by a friendly community.

demographics of the county change, there is a growing

There are plenty of antique shops, trendy boutiques,

trend of new concept designs that are changing the

museums, cycling trails, theatre productions and festivals.

architecture of the area. Many of the homes are being

It is a rural hot spot for food and drink that has been

renovated and redesigned to compliment the evolution of

making its mark on the map with places such as The Drake

the county and the tastes of newcomers, both weekenders

Devonshire hotel which offers an upscale experience and

and full time residents.

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL CHESTNUT PARK PROPERTIES • PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY $1,695,000

Modern Contemporary Design Prince Edward County, Ontario:

Beautifully sited on 8 plus acres and 446’ of waterfront overlooking Adolphus Reach, this remarkable property is veiled in nature. A wonderful open concept design, gourmet kitchen, spacious common areas, and expansive outdoor spaces make this home a focal point for entertaining. Adjacent property comprising 47 acres, 520’ of waterfront and a managed forest also available to purchase concurrently or separately. This is truly a one-of-kind property.

Gail Forcht* gail@chestnutpark.com

Carey Lewandoski* carey@chestnutpark.com

Rachel MacDonald* rmacdonald@chestnutpark.com

$1,298,000

Spectacular Modern Design Prince Edward County, Ontario:

Thoughtful Design and Precise Execution. Endless sunsets, southern exposure, and limestone ledges on Lake Ontario. Entertain guests and family with this luxurious open concept layout featuring floor to ceiling windows and water views from almost every vantage point in the house. 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms including a custom kitchen, stone fireplace, rich hardwood flooring , walkout basement, and much more. For more details call 613.471.1708

Gail Forcht* gail@chestnutpark.com

Carey Lewandoski* carey@chestnutpark.com

Rachel MacDonald* rmacdonald@chestnutpark.com *SALES REPRESENTATIVE **BROKER

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some Must-dos in Prince Edward County • Fall /Winter 2018

October OCTOBER 27-28 First Annual Homegrown County Craft Brewing Festival www.prince-edward-county.com

NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 02-25 Fall Countylicious

OCTOBER 13

www.countylicious.com

Pumpkinfest www.prince-edward-county.com

NOVEMBER 3 From the Farm Hands-On Cooking Class: Tapas Delights www.fromthefarm.ca/cooking-classes

NOVEMBER 10 Firelight Lantern Festival www.firelightfest.org

NOVEMBER 17-18, 24-25, DECEMBER 1-3 Wassail in the County www.wassailinthecounty.com

NOVEMBER 23-25

NOVEMBER 2-4

Festival of Trees

The Maker’s Hand Artisan Art Show www.themakershand.com

www.prince-edward-county.com/event/festival-of-trees

NOVEMBER 25 Picton Santa Claus Parade www.prince-edward-county.com/event/picton-santa-claus-parade

December DECEMBER 2 Ameliasburgh's Christmas in the Village www.prince-edward-county.com/event/christmas-in-the-village

DECEMBER 23

DECEMBER 23

Sunday Brunch With Chef Michael Hoy Culinary www.prince-edward-county.com/item/chef-michael-hoy-culinary

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Lifestyle

Live Entertainment in the County Experience live, local talent, front and centre in Prince Edward County. The County is bursting with musicians and you can enjoy them almost every night of the week at a different venue. Here is our list of top spots to indulge in live music around The County.

Stache on Main Check out the laid-back atmosphere in Wellington for an intimate and relaxed live music experience. Their space is so intimate it will feel like you’re listening to music at home with friends. You can enjoy a variety of music like jazz and blues, Thursday through Saturday, after 8 PM. This space doubles as an art gallery during the day, featuring exhibits from a variety of artists. You can stay up to date on all performers and gallery exhibitions by visiting their website: www.stacheonmain.com

Acoustic Grill The perfect blend of beats and beer is what you’ll find at the Acoustic Grill in Picton. Not only is this a fun spot for live local and touring music, but they also run a record label called Acoustic Jam Records. If you’re looking for great food and music, you can’t go wrong with a night at Acoustic Grill. Keep an eye on their live music calendar on their website for more details about nightly performances: www.theacousticgrill.ca/acoustic-grill-events

The Hayloft

Photo by: Paul Wright

This old barn has been transformed into a venue that hosts live music, DJ nights, weddings and events of all kinds. The venue is open from May to October, so liven up your summer nights with their jam-packed calendar filled with talented musicians. Each performance night they also feature a local food truck for the perfect late night eats! Check out their calendar for more information about the performances by visiting their website: www.thehayloftdancehall.com

The Barley Room Pub Prince Edward County’s gastropub hosts 5 nights of live music each week. Performers of many genres entertain locals and tourists alike. Do you have some musical talent? Check out their bi-weekly open mic called Kitchen Party, where you have the opportunity to sing your heart out to a crowded room! For more information on upcoming performances, check out the Live Music page on their website: www.waringhouse.com/live-music.php

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL GUELPH • KITCHENER-WATERLOO PROPERTIES FROM CHESTNUT PARK REALTY SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO LTD.

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Cambridge Nestled at the convergence of the grand river — a Canadian heritage river — and the speed river, Cambridge is well-known for its historic limestone buildings dating back to the mid 1800’s, the city has a European ‘Dickens-like’ flair and is quickly emerging as an artistic centre with an abundance of exceptional destination like the magnificent Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa.

Guelph Here’s a city that packs a punch. It is a vibrant place filled with a sense of community. Music lovers, book worms, art aficionados, farmers, entrepreneurs, foodies and families fill the streets and neighborhoods in an unassuming and welcoming way. Not far from Toronto, Guelph is a cultural haven for those who enjoy the tastier things in life with less of the hustle and bustle of the big city.

Kitchener Offering big-city excitement without losing its

Elora-fergus There’s a cultural vibe that radiates through Elora

small-town charm, the city’s deep Germanic roots and history are most evident during the annual Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest, the largest celebration of all things Bavarian outside of Germany.

and Fergus: historic buildings whispering tales of yesteryear, natural surroundings offering beauty second to none, dynamic festivals and events, charming downtowns. Elora-Fergus is set in one of the most picturesque areas of Ontario, surrounded by rolling hills and Mennonite farmland…famous for the spectacular Elora Gorge and its 80 foot limestone cliffs.

Waterloo Consistently voted one of Canada’s smartest cities, Waterloo is a dynamic urban centre. The city attracts students and thinkers from around the world. Take in a lecture at the perimeter institute of theoretical physics or tour through the hi-tech sectors that include the world-renowned institute for quantum computing and the Centre for International Governance Innovation. Waterloo offers visitors a unique blend of intriguing restaurants, boutique stores, galleries and nightlife. WWW.CHESTNUTPARK.COM

Stratford Stratford is Canada’s premier town for the arts. From the finest Shakespeare company in North America to one of the largest costume warehouses in the world. Fall in love with art in all its form in Stratford, you will see it’s available everywhere — from the theatre scene to fine-arts galleries to hand-crafted quilts and other beautiful objects for life and home. | WWW.INVESTINSTYLE.CA

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PORTFOLIO OF EXCEPTIONAL GUELPH * KITCHENER-WATERLOO PROPERTIES FROM CHESTNUT PARK REALTY SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO LTD. Excellence Found in Guelph

$2,600,000

Adam Stewart* Direct: 519.265.2602 adam.stewart@chestnutparkwest.com

Lee Quaile** Direct: 705.646.6367

lee.quaile@chestnutparkwest.com

Waterloo, Ontario:

Regarded as one of Guelph's most distinguished trophy homes, Norfolk Guest House offers the pinnacle of luxury accommodation for a most discerning executive family residence & one of the areas finest establishments. MLS® 30687473 adamstewart.ca

This elegant five-plex lies directly adjacent to the Region's Historic Waterloo Park. 101 Albert Street, with its licensed 17 bedrooms in five units, sits deeply rooted in its ties to the traditional city centre, while also being perfectly positioned to capitalize on Waterloo Region's promising future. MLS® 30687473

DEER RIDGE KITCHENER!

$1,490,000

HISTORIC WATERLOO

$1,890,000

Guelph, Ontario:

Kitchener, Waterloo:

Lee Quaile** Direct: 705.646.6367 lee.quaile@chestnutparkwest.com

URBAN & STYLISH TO THE CORE

$600,000

Kitchener, Waterloo:

Darryl Watty*

Create your own vision with Goldeneye Developments, within the exclusive Deer Ridge Estates, and even more specifically the Heritage Designated, area mere minutes off the 401 and a couple 5 irons away from the one and only Deer Ridge Golf Club.

Miranda O'Sullivan**

Direct: 519.590.0579 | Office: 519.804.7200 darryl.watty@chestnutparkwest.com

wattyway.ca

Direct: 519.804.4428 | Office: 519.804.7200 miranda.osullivan@chestnutparkwest.com chestnutparkwest.com

Kitchener's City Centre Condos lie at the very heart of a booming Downtown Kitchener. This two-bedroom den penthouse suite boasts luxurious amenities, and a private, nearly 300 sqft terrace. Upgrades galore include custom silhouette window coverings.

some Must-dos in Kitchener • waterloo • Fall/winter 2018

OCTOBER 20

NOVEMBER 30

Kissing Bridge Trail Studio Tour

Final Fridays www.waterloo.ca/en/living/finalfridays.asp

www.kitchenerevents.ca/whats-on/ events?&eventID=1392

DECEMBER 31 New Year's Eve

www.kitchenerevents.ca/whats-on/ events?&eventID=175

OCTOBER 19

NOVEMBER 9

DECEMBER 6

Singles Selective Social Club Dance www.facebook.com/ groups/194505381130334

K-W Astronomy Club General Meeting www.therecord.com/events

Christkindl Market www.christkindl.ca

NOVEMBER 23

DECEMBER 8

Self-Help Mental Health Program www.kitchenerpost.ca/events

Stargazers 101 www.kitchenerpost.ca/events

Christmas Fantasy www.kitchenerevents.ca/whats-on/ events?&eventID=174

OCTOBER 27

NOVEMBER 27

Cambridge Farmers' Market www.therecord.com/events

Progressive Toastmasters www.kitchenerpost.ca/events

OCTOBER 23

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Only the most accomplished and trusted brokerages are invited to become Affiliates of Christie's International Real Estate. Chestnut Park has proven to be a leader in our local luxury markets. It is a prestigious and coveted designation to be a part of the exclusive Christie's International Real Estate network spanning the globe.

Being featured on the Christie’s International Real Estate website, the numerous international syndicated websites and their magazine is a way to present our finest properties to the world. Our properties standing side by side with the world’s most luxurious and unique properties.

Chestnut Park’s position as a luxury leader locally has attracted attention and garnered respect globally. Our affiliation with Christie’s International Real Estate is an exclusive relationship afforded to our agents and their clients, allowing them access to international reach through the premium marketing programs of this global luxury leader.

GLOBAL BRAND RECOGNITION The influential Christie’s name evokes confidence and assures clients of impeccable service, integrity and discretion. Dedicated specifically to the marketing of luxury properties, Christie’s International comprises brokers who demonstrate consistent success in luxury home sales and excellence in customer service.

With Christie’s elite global presence and reach, Chestnut Park properties are marketed to discerning buyers through a vast sales network that reaches around the world.

“Our association with Christie’s differentiates Chestnut Park in the Ontario luxury real estate market place. Chestnut Park clients are drawn to the global platform we are able to provide through our relationship with Christie’s. The International Referral Network afforded to us with Our exclusive connection to this long established luxury brand and access to the best real estate agents in the world gives us a crucial competitive edge in today’s luxury marketplace.” —chris kapches cHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER and president chestnut park real estate limited, brokerage AWARDED

l i s t l o c a l•m a r k e t g l o b a l Affiliate of the Year in 2016

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A RECLINING YOUTH ATTRIBUTED TO MUHAMMAD QASIM, SAFAVID ISFAHAN, MID-17TH CENTURY Opaque pigments and gold on paper mounted on card Painting 6.1/4 x 3.3/8in. (16 x 8.3cm.); folio 10 x 6.1/2in. (25 x 16.5cm.) £20,000–30,000

ART OF THE ISLAMIC AND INDIAN WORLDS INCLUDING ORIENTAL RUGS AND CARPETS

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Islamic and Indian Art Sara Plumbly splumbly@christies.com +44 (0) 20 7389 2374 Other fees apply in addition to the hammer price. See Section D of our Conditions of Sale at the back of the Auction Catalogue


DRIVE TIME: HOW to COLLECT CLASSIC CARS The top collector-car competition in the world, the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance creates a buzz in the world of classic automobiles. Here’s our 10-step guide to buying vintage vehicles.

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With classic cars selling at anywhere between $5,000 and $25,000,000 plus, starting a collection takes time, patience, and knowledge. Whether you’re looking for an iconic Aston Martin DB5, or a slinky pre-war racer, it’s important to seek expert advice. Miles Morris, co-owner of Morris & Welford, LLC, historic car consultants and brokers, has nearly 30 years’ experience in the classic car world, and has been on the selection committee and a judge at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, one of the leading car shows in the world, for more than 10 years. “Collectors are invariably drawn to elegance, that something special about the build and body,” Morris says. He reveals how to start a classic car collection.

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Vintage sports car

1. Starting position “There are a number of ways to go about finding your first classic car. First, think about what you are intending to do with it, and what your budget is. Then decide what models you like. There are wonderful car clubs around the world for almost every model and they will be a great resource. Once you’ve decided on a model you like, you then have to find the car. That could be through advertising online or in specialist magazines, through a specialist dealer or auction house, or through a broker like myself.”

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Aston Martin DB5 Driven by Sean Connery as James Bond, this is perhaps one of the most well-known cars in the world.

2. How to spot a true classic Commercial director for Aston Martin Works, Paul Spires, advises: “The current buzz in the classic car market generally is around originality and authenticity. There are many cars that have been rebuilt to represent a model it was not originally, which can catch out buyers. The best guidance is to seek out expert advice before making any substantial purchase.” Morris continues: “With a lot of the prestigious/classic pre-war cars, when purchased new, you wouldn’t just buy the car, you would choose the coach builder, who would then make the body for you, too. Coach-built cars were very refined: although they had many designs you could change it and alter it for your own preference, though this became a dying art after the war. You can spot one by looking for the coach builder’s plate on the door sill or a body tag on the side of the car, and the person selling the car will happily emphasize the rarity of the model.”

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Seltenes Oldtimer Cabriolet 2

3. Educate to accumulate “A lot of collectors collect only a couple of cars. The key is to educate yourself, do your research and make sure the car you are buying has been well looked after and is the finest example you can find for your budget. New car collectors can be a bit scattergun at first then, after a year or two of meeting other people and attending different shows, start to change their minds. They will then need to sell the less important cars in their collection to concentrate on the better examples.”

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1973 Porsche 911 Carrera 2.7 RS Lightweight One of rarest and most coveted of the 911 series, as just 200 were made. Price range: $1.1 million-$1.4 million. Photography: Morris & Welford, LLC

4. Money talks “For some of the smaller Alfa Romeos you can expect to pay around $50,000 while a $100,000 budget should get you something like a 1960s Austin Healey. Some of the 911 Porsches have become extremely valuable and the most desirable, such as the 1973 911 RS, can go up to $700,000, with some of the rarest Lightweight versions selling for over $1,000,000 in recent years. As they were built primarily for racing, only a small number were made, making them instant classics.”

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1952 Ferrari 340 Vignale Spyder

5. Unique, rare, limited editions “Look out for manufacturers that only produced a few cars of a particular model. That’s where it gets really exciting. Ferrari produced just 10 275 GTB NART Spyders, one of which sold for $27.5 million in 2013. That’s an extremely rare car and very near the top of the food chain in Ferrari collecting.”

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1939 MG TB Midget Morris & Welford is asking $75,000 for this example due to its rarity and high cost of the restoration. Similar-looking cars, such as the MG TC model (1947-49) range between $20,000 and $50,000. Photograph: Sean Smith Photography

6. Try before you buy “When I look at a car I check all around it, under it, at the door gaps, and throughout for originality and authenticity. And make sure you drive it. Do the gears change properly? Does it accelerate properly? Is it misfiring? Are the brakes working properly? Does the suspension feel right? If things are wrong, it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t buy the car, but it gives you an idea of what work you might have to do.”

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Jaguar XK140 Roadster This British classic car dates from the mid-1950s. Price range: $100,000-$150,000. Photography: Morris & Welford, LLC

7. Purchasing power “Don’t pay the first price. Most people build a little bit of negotiating room into their asking price, so invariably there’s bargaining to be done. Auctions can be very good for the buyer, but consider that you won’t be able to go for a test drive and it’s difficult to examine the car properly. Instead check the history and documentation very carefully or seek advice from a specialist or club that really knows the model.”

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VW Karmann Ghia Oldtimer

8. Specialist insurance “I recommend a specialist company that only does classic car insurance, like Hagerty. Classic car insurance is actually relatively affordable and the insurance for an $80,000 car would probably be under $700 a year. The risk is quite low because classic cars are not driven every day and are extremely well looked after by the owners.”

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Vintage 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

9. Hit the road in style “Classic cars aren’t just to be looked at. They should be exercised on a fairly regular basis. Although you can use these cars for everyday tasks, others are not all that practical for modern roads and can overheat if stuck in traffic, so choose where you’re going to drive it wisely. But do drive it. That’s part of the fun.”

10. Care and attention “As long as you are keeping an eye on your cars and starting them up every so often they will generally be fine – once you’ve got them in good working condition they don’t need too much extra maintenance. Modern fuel, with its ethanol content, is not very kind to classic cars as left static it goes off and turns to jelly, which can block the fuel line and cause problems with the carburetor, so it’s best to keep them moving. “Have fun and enjoy it. Classic car ownership is a wonderful hobby, and attracts an extremely friendly group of like-minded people.” Christie’s International Real Estate is an official sponsor of the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, taking place in August each year.

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A peek at LUXURY LIVING AROUND THE WORLD

"Cascais E Estoril, Lisboa, Portugal Gandarinha"

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CASCAIS E ESTORIL, LISBOA, Portugal

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The ONE LIVING project, PF17712, Apartment T4, CASCAIS Located in the most noble area of the charming village of Cascais, a project by the award-winning architect Frederico Valsassina, who carefully thought every detail for those who will live here to enjoy a new unique housing concept. With more than 10 leisure activities, in more than 10,000 sqm of outdoor areas surrounded by green spaces, ONE LIVING has been carefully planned to offer memorable moments to its residents.

The One Living apartments offer 4 different experiences for different profiles of residents, so you can take full advantage of their unique surroundings: double-height rooms, balconies on all fronts, private pools and gardens, 24-hour electronic and physical security, modern and elegant finishes, rooftops with sea views, interior gardens, sea and mountain views, sustainable solutions and materials, parking and dedicated storage.

PORTA DA FRENTE, Cascais Headquarters CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE Cascais Headquarters Avenida Marginal, 8648 B 2750-427 Cascais (+351) 214 826 830 (351) 214 866 560 E-mail: info@portadafrente.pt 84

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Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands

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the Residences at Seafire, Seven Mile Beach, Cayman Islands The Residences at Seafire share a 12-acre site with the Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa. This 62-unit, 10-storey seaside development is the newest and most luxurious condominium to call Grand Cayman's famed Seven Mile Beach its home and has been designed to be among the first LEED® silver certified condominiums in the Caribbean. Interior spaces are thoughtfully designed by Guerin Glass Architects and signature spaces, such as the lobby, the Nest and other common areas are designed by famed L.A. interior designer Martyn Lawrence Bullard. Located on a pristine stretch of the Caribbean's most enviable beach, The Residences at Seafire and The Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa were developed by Dart Real Estate, the Cayman Islands' premier real estate developer. Residences range in size from studio to five bedrooms, and prices start at $1.5 million USD for one bedroom condos. Immediate occupancy is available.

PROVENANCE PROPERTIES CAYMAN ISLANDS Direct:+1 (844) 824-6707 Direct: +1.345.640.7000 info@provenanceproperties.com

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soho, Manhattan, New York City

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89 GREENE STREET soho condo PENTHOUSE Step off the keyed elevator into this expansive, top-floor corner loft perched high above the cobblestone SoHo streets of Spring and Greene. A wide, windowed entry gallery leads to two bedrooms, each with marble en-suite baths with deep spa tubs, standing glass showers and double sink vanities. The bedrooms include folding privacy doors to allow for quintessential loft openness, or total privacy. A windowed gallery, perfect for displaying works of art, leads into the kitchen featuring stainless steel appliances with an open dining area. The loft opens into a grand, corner living room with over-sized windows facing east and south, pouring sunlight in and overlooking picturesque historic Soho.

CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE 20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, New York 10020

CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE 20 Rockefeller Plaza New York, New York 10020

Erin Boisson Aries Office: +1 212 974 4551 Cell: +1 917 701 7012 earies@christies.com

Nic Bottero Office: +1 212 636 2638 Cell: +1 917 626 8545 nbottero@christies.com

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Mahwah, New Jersey

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About 10 Farmstead Road This home is a work of art. Custom-built and designed by premier builder Labarbiera Custom Homes & Zampolin & Associate Architects in 2008. This approximately 18,000 sq ft home is situated on 4 acres in the parklands of Mahwah within close proximity to Manhattan. Drive up to this magnificent manor home with breathtaking views of the Ramapo Mountains from every room. The first floor includes two luxury master bedroom suites. Marble floors throughout the first and second floors. Stained natural wood crafted into extraordinary moldings, hand painted dome ceilings by renowned artist, back-lit stained-glass kitchen ceiling, coffered ceilings in several bedrooms. Two story great room with wet bar which opens to the chef inspired gourmet kitchen and features a breakfast area. Home includes custom furniture chosen by NY/Miami based interior designer. This estate is unparalleled in design, craftsmanship and location. Please call for brochure and view virtual tour.

SPECIAL PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE SERVICES LLC - MAHWAH Christina LaBarbiera 1009 MacArthur Boulevard Mahwah, New Jersey, 07430 United States Office 201.962.9555

SPECIAL PROPERTIES REAL ESTATE SERVICES LLC - MAHWAH Sharon Georgevich Office: +1 201 962 9555 Cell: +1 201 615 0471

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Fort Myers, florida

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About Waterfront Fort Myers Estate The most unique and unparalleled luxury property in Southwest Florida. Palladian-inspired fully furnished luxury estate on over two acres of waterfront creating the ultimate private oasis. Fully gated w/2 private access roads enjoying a botanical garden setting w/exotic fruit trees and 200 species of Flora from around the world. Features include direct gulf access with 2 docks and lift, expansive water views, 65,000-gallon mosaic infinity edge pool, 16-person spa, solid granite driveways, Venetian plastering throughout, Italian marble floors, materials/imports/furnishings and works of art from around the World, professional kitchen w/ African walnut finish, fantastic 2000 bottle wine cellar, state of the art audio/visual/security system, work out room, indoor & outdoor home cinema(s), elevator, a car collector's dream garage, high-end appliances, custom LED lighting and a separate 3 bedroom guest cottage. Constructed by Michelangelo Custom Homes, Architecture by Stofft Cooney from Naples.

CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE Rick Moeser 313 1/2 Worth Avenue, Suite 3B Palm Beach, Florida, 33480 United States +1 561 805 7327

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Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, Italy

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About La Garibaldina An impressive estate offering privacy, tranquillity, and enviable outdoor living, La Garibaldina is an idyllic contemporary retreat, superbly hidden in the highly desirable location of the Costa Smeralda, close to beaches, marinas and the village of San Pantaleo.

THE ESTATE Carefully designed and landscaped to complement the surroundings, the property features six separate residences: the main living area, the master accommodation with four en-suite double bedrooms, and a further four unique guesthouses, delivering a total of nine luxury bedroom suites, and 10,212 sq ft of interior space. Neutral tones and the use of wood, stone and wrought metals create a timeless rustic charm.

THE GROUNDS Set within the wild hillside, rocky hideaways, olive groves and allotments, the estate amounts to 18.5 acres with stunning sea views and mountain vistas. The villa boasts remarkable outdoor entertaining areas, including a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, barbecue and traditional pizza oven - perfect for sunset feasts, while a spectacular infinity pool overlooks the archipelago of La Maddalena. Picturesque paths weave their way through Mediterranean maquis, past peaceful retreats, to a secluded bespoke hot tub which provides a sublime finishing touch and epitomises the individuality and splendour of this truly special property.

IMMOBILSARDA SRL Julia Bracco +39 0789 909 000

CHRISTIE’S INTERNATIONAL REAL ESTATE Charlotte Delaney +44 207 389 2551

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MEET SOME OF OUR SALES PROFESSIONALS • TORONTO

Consistent Chairman Award recipient, Eileen works hard for her clients. Nothing is too much to get the job done. Whether the client is purchasing or selling, full effort goes into each deal. McGill art history, Cordon Bleu cooking school Paris, Victoria & Albert Museum decorative arts London, Sotheby's foundation year of decorative arts London, travel, raising four children, decades of volunteering (AGO, PIA, ROM,...) all combine to make for a well organized, design appreciative, award-winning sales representative.

EILEEN FARROW, SALES REPRESENTATIVE Chairman's Award 2017

Office:416.925.9191 Direct:416.275.1415

eileenfarrow@chestnutpark.com

Luxury is the personification of your dreams and making those dreams a reality is my expertise. With an in-depth understanding of the demographics, culture and texture of the many “villages” that comprise the City of Toronto ; combined with my strong negotiation skills, relationships with colleagues and network I will navigate your sale seamlessly . My proven track record of using integrated marketing strategies will insure the best results in all market conditions. I treat your property and your dollar as though it were my own. Listening to you and making the experience simple, enjoyable and exhilarating is my objective. Call me for a conversation and let us begin the possibilities now.

TRUST • INTEGRITY • KNOWLEDGE • DISCRETION

CHEENEE FOSTER, SALES REPRESENTATIVE Office: 416.925.9191 Direct: 416.908.2523 cheenee@chestnutpark.com www.luxuryhomesintoronto.com

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Passionate about real estate…whether it’s your first home or your forever home. “I see my career as helping people purchase or sell the biggest investment of their lives.” Kara’s business sense and long-time love and appreciation of architecture and style ensure real estate is still the perfect fit. She understands the fast pace of the Toronto Real estate market and will go above and beyond to make sure her clients needs are met. Kara has been honoured with numerous awards over the past 25 years including #1 in unit sales for 3 consecutive years, Chairman’s award, President’s Award and Director’s award. In addition she has been quoted for her real estate expertise in The Toronto Star, Toronto Life magazine and been featured on HGTV’s “ Sarah’s house”

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Office:416.925.9191 | Direct: 416.618.4629 karareed.ca homes@karareed.ca

DITI DUMAS, Sales Representative Toronto

It’s a people business, and that’s why I love it! As the real estate market continues to change, it was time for me to make a change. This outstanding company prides itself on trust, integrity, knowledge and discretion – qualities that I valued professionally for the past 23 years of my real estate career. I look forward to assisting you with your real estate needs as I begin this next chapter of my career. Vice-Chairman’s Award 2017 (Designate) Office: 416.925.9191 diti@ditidumas.com I www.ditidumas.com

NANCY GLASSCO, SRES , Sales Representative ®

Toronto

I have always called Toronto home. I have lived in a number of it's vibrant communities and raised my four children here. I have seen the cultural, social, and functional areas of the city shift, as it has grown into a truly Multicultural International City. It's amazing, varied, and ever changing neighbourhoods continue to provide a wonderful lifestyle to those lucky enough to call Toronto home. My knowledge, understanding, and passion for the Toronto market, combined with my strong marketing and negotiation skills, allows me to help my clients reach and exceed their real estate goals. I would love to help you too.

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BESSIE SEYFFERT, Sales Representative Toronto

For the past 25 years I have worked in the Real Estate and Legal Industries. My strong sense of commitment coupled with owning my own business has proven to be a winning combination for my clients. I work primarily in the Central Toronto area. I know the market place. As a realtor I have been the recipient of Chestnut Park’s Chairman’s Award, Vice-Chairman's Award and President’s Award for sales achievement. My real success, however, is measured by repeat business and referrals. My client base continues to grow largely due to referrals from past satisfied clients. Please call or e-mail me if I can be of assistance to you.

Office: 416.925.9191 | Direct: 416.276.6045 | bseyffert@chestnutpark.com

MEET SOME OF OUR SALES PROFESSIONALS • Northumberland County

MEET OUR HIGHLY EXPERIENCED SALES LEADERS IN THE HUB OF NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY We pride ourselves on our integrity, knowledge and service by going “The extra mile “. Our expertise covers historic, infill and renovated homes in town and country, hobby and working farms as well as vacant land. Come let us show you the beauty of Northumberland Country, just 1 hour east of the city.

Dee McGee, Sales Representative Office: 905.800.0321 mail@mcgees.ca | mcgees.ca

Fionna Barrington, Sales Representative Office: 905.800.0321 fionna@chestnutpark.com | fionnabarrington.com

Tina Hubicki, Sales Representative Office: 905.800.0321 tinahubicki@chestnutpark.com | tinahubicki.ca Lesley-Anne

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MEET SOME OF OUR SALES PROFESSIONALS • MUSKOKA • PORT CARLING

We aim to delight and surprise our clients, deliver exceptional service and exceed their expectations at every step of the way. Our goal is to make the real estate process memorable and one that our clients want others to experience. Over 50 years of collective real estate experience.

THE GARDINER TEAM JIM GARDINER, BROKER Direct: 705.646.7358 IRIS GARDINER, BROKER Direct: 705.646.6367 MIKE TAYLOR, Sales Representative Direct: 705.787.5110 LESLEY-ANNE GOODFELLOW, Sales Representative Lesley-Anne

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Direct: 705.787.6110 GardinerTeam@gmail.com COTTAGESINMUSKOKA.COM

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Ben & Dan Imrie and Tyler daCosta have been serving Muskoka waterfront properties for over 40 combined years of experience, providing outstanding service to their clients on the Muskoka lakes.

Ben Imrie & Dan Imrie Chairmans Award Winners 2010 - 2017

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BEN IMRIE, Sales Representative, Ben@iMuskoka.com DAN IMRIE, Sales Representative, Dan@iMuskoka.com TYLER DACOSTA, Sales Representative, Tyler@iMuskoka.com

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MEET SOME OF OUR SALES PROFESSIONALS • MUSKOKA • PORT CARLING • HUNTSVILLE • LAKE OF BAYS

TRUST • INTEGRITY • KNOWLEDGE • DISCRETION Maggie Tomlinson has one simple goal: to give the best possible service to her clients. She understands the luxury Muskoka real estate market, and provides the guidance and support needed for a positive outcome for both buyers and sellers. Maggie offers specialized training, a proven track record, and extensive experience that enable her clients to make smart and economically sound real estate decisions. Maggie has been involved in Muskoka real estate since the 1980’s, and she has successfully been actively marketing and selling cottages, homes, vacant land and commercial properties for years. She warmly welcomes your inquiries.

Maggie Tomlinson, ASA, ABR, SRS, Broker Accredited Senior Agent, Accredited Buyer’s Representative Seller Representative Specialist, C.I.R.E. Luxury Specialist Office: 705.765.6878 ext 240 | Direct: 705.644.9283 TeesRus@Muskoka.com | www.muskokacottageforsale.ca

Susan Brown, B.A., MVA, SRES

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Huntsville • Lake of Bays

A full time REALTOR® in the Huntsville/Lake of Bays area since 1990 Susan has consistently been among the top performing brokers in the Muskoka area since 1990, once again achieving the prestigious Chairman’s Award in 2017 for outstanding sales performance. Susan prides herself on her professionalism & knowledge, & her ability to use her extensive experience to get the results her clients expect and deserve.

Direct: 705.788.4176 susanbrown@vianet.ca www.lakeofbayscottages.com

KIM O'GRADY,

Sales Representative

Huntsville • Lake of Bays

Servicing the Huntsville and Lake of Bays area, Kim spent many of her childhood years at a cottage on Peninsula Lake, Huntsville. After completing her BA at the University of Guelph, she decided to leave her city roots, move to Huntsville making it her permanent home. That was 20 years ago, and she’s never looked back. Kim brings an appreciation for relationships built with clients, along with knowledge and experience to her understanding of Muskoka real estate.

Direct: 705.788.4894 kim@kim-ogrady.com | www.kim-ogrady.com

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OUR CHESTNUT PARK OFFICES

TORONTO 1300 Yonge Street, Suite 100 Toronto, Ontario M4T 1X3 Office: 416.925.9191 Email: homes@chestnutpark.com FOREST HILL 446 Spadina Road Toronto, Ontario M5P 2W4 Office: 647.347.8500 Email: luxury@chestnutpark.com COLLINGWOOD • SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY 393 First Street, Suite 100 Collingwood, Ontario L9Y 1B3 Office: 705.445.5454 Email: collingwood@chestnutpark.com OWEN SOUND • GREY BRUCE 957 4th Avenue East, Suite 200 Owen Sound, Ontario N4K 2N9 Office: 519.371.5455 Email: owensound@chestnutpark.com WIARTON • GREY BRUCE • BRUCE PENINSULA 551 Berford Street Wiarton, Ontario N0H 2T0 Office: 519.534.5757 Email: wiarton@chestnutpark.com HALIBURTON 4490 Kennisis Lake Road Haliburton, Ontario K0M 1S0 Office: 705.754.0880 Email: haliburton@chestnutpark.com

UNIONVILLE • MARKHAM Office: 905.479.8989 Email: unionville@chestnutpark.com

LAKE SIMCOE • NORTH OF MARKHAM 204 Simcoe Ave., Unit 17 Keswick, Ontario, L4P 3S6 Office: 289.338.0767 Email: lakesimcoe@chestnutpark.com STRATFORD • HURON-PERTH 64 Hillcrest Drive, Stratford Ontario, N5A 5J1 Office: 289.338.0767 Email: stratford@chestnutpark.com

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MUSKOK A • PORT CARLING 110 Medora Street Port Carling, Ontario P0B 1J0 Office: 705.765.6878 Email: cottages@chestnutpark.com

MUSKOK A • FOOT’S BAY 1039 McDonald Road Foot’s Bay, Ontario P0C 1H0 Office: 705.375.9191 Email: footsbay@chestnutpark.com

HUNTSVILLE • LAKE OF BAYS • ALMAGUIN 32 Florence Street East Huntsville, Ontario P1H 1P8 Office: 705.789.1001 Email: huntsville@chestnutpark.com

GRAVENHURST 181 Bay Street, Gravenhurst, Ontario, P1P 1X2 Office: 705.765.6878 Email: gravenhurst@chestnutpark.com

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY • PICTON 43 Main Street East Picton, Ontario K0K 2T0 Office: 613.471.1708 Email: princeedwardcounty@chestnutpark.com

ERIN • CALEDON • MONO • KING 15425 Creditview Road Caledon, Ontario L7C 3G8 Office: 519.833.0888 Email: country@chestnutpark.com

NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY 46 Pine Street South Port Hope, Ontario L1A 3E9 Office: 905.800.0321 Email: northumberlandcounty@chestnutpark.com

PETERBOROUGH • THE KAWARTHAS 135 Queen Street, Unit 3, P.O. Box 1293 Lakefield, Ontario K0L 2H0 Office: 705.652.5000 Email: peterborough@chestnutpark.com

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