The view from the top of a mountain may seem a bit extreme, but if your home is on a steep incline, you definitely have the benefit of wonderful views.
But there is more to the Prince Philip Residence than just a view when you look out the window, but it is a great view in itself.
The two-story extension is located on a site with a steep incline and majestic views Thellend Fortin Architects to offer a generous window on the horizon.
The Prince Philip Residence was a renovation and extension of a mid-century residence in Montreal, Canada. The changes made made better use of the natural light offered.
With a great view comes the responsibility to enjoy it, and looking out of one or the large windows, a person can certainly do so. It also adds a sense of privacy and has many conveniences not seen elsewhere.
The walk-in pool can be used during your stay or on the second floor. Accompanied by a large terrace where the family can meet, celebrate or just have fun with friends.
The kitchen, dining, and living room areas are well lit during the day, and natural light falls through these floor-to-ceiling windows. The kitchen is huge and offers plenty of counter space as well as space to sit and enjoy company. And it’s equipped with the latest in modern conveniences.