Discussion in 'Crimes in the News' started by dotr, Dec 15, 2017.
wonder if it is considered a tear down
It has us divided. I'm of the opinion it was probably locked when they were out and in the evening/night, despite what the neighbour said. But it's not the correctness of it, it's that it would be unusual to mention the door if they had moved out.
The more I read of him, the less I like him.
Yes, I'm with you on this.
I too don't buy the "side door always unlocked" it makes no sense to me that HS would do that. Perhaps they meant the side door was the door they used the most. JMO.
I am guessing, the door on the left in this picture is the "side door" they are referring to. It looks like it has a different more forgiving, maybe scratch-resistant tile than the other shiny tile. MOO
source for image: https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/20...sherman-sued-builders-of-north-york-home.html
And those were 'promised' donations. Not a man of his word, was he? What he did the Dr. Olivieri was atrocious.
Google that if you want an interesting read. He did his best to ruin her completely, not just withdraw a donation.
She brought up the FACT that the drug had the potential to kill some patients. He didn't care about that.......so much for honesty in drug trials.
I'm not sure this is what they mean by the "side" door. When I look at the floor plans I want to say the side door has access to the family room. Would the family room entrance be right off the sloped driveway to the underground garage? For some reason I get very confused when I look at the floor plans.
On the floor plans, that swinging door next to "Stor." in the laundry/pantry combination room.
Probably opened out to the side of the driveway.
Isn't that a door, after you follow the wall by the dining room, that leads into the laundry and powder room area, with closets to hang coats?
That might be the side door, as it makes sense to use that entrance in inclement and slushy weather.
The 'proper front door' where the bodies came out, had metal/faux metal bars across the glass panels as an artsy touch.
I missed that. Thank you! Here is the view from google maps up the side driveway.
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I know that taste is subjective, but to me, that house proves again that money doesn't buy taste.
I found the personal home of their architect
That is some well stocked wine cellar!
Yes, you're right! That door that I thought was the "side door" leads to the dining room. We can see it clear when these images are side-by-side:
The only two rooms in that house I like is the wine cellar and the master bedroom closet. I just don't like that style at all.......to cold and uninviting. But that's just my taste!
Well, now I see how they can leave the side door unlocked. Theres a tree in front of it, most people would walk right on by and never see the door.
Now, to the right of the tree, are those steps leading down to the pool area? Think I can see the top of another door maybe??
Its not welcoming at all! Totally agree.
It looks like no one lives there to be quite honest.
and high ceilings, really nice! The exterior and Grand Hallway look like a church, actually I do think it was a church/cathedral.
He took an abandoned church and turned it into 4 townhouses. Kept the biggest one for himself. so says the article.
I think what we see to the right is the ramp towards the garage. I believe that the small horizontal dark line is the top of the Garage door. JMO