This is a home that fosters connection, both visually and experientially. Transitions between interior and exterior spaces are softened by floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall glass, creating interplay between the spaces and adding a welcome sense of serenity. This is further accentuated with views through and across interior and exterior spaces (such as from the entrance through to the office, courtyard and living room) which create a rich visual experience.
4,030 sq ft (Above Grade Area)
1,920 sq ft (Does not include garage area)
2,110 sq ft
1,688 sq ft (Not included in total heated area)
26’ 4” (Subject to confirmation of joist depths)
3 - 4 (Not Including Basement)
2 - 3 (Not Including Basement)
10’ 0” (8’ 0” at Entrance & Home Office)
519 sq ft
21’ 10” depth, 23’ 8” width
16’ x 8’
Front yard access (Contact us if a side yard access is preferred)
Full Basement - Concrete foundation walls on strip footings
Wood Frame | 2x6 |
Five-piece ensuite | Walk-in closet / Dressing room with direct access from both ensuite and bedroom | Floor to ceiling window overlooking courtyard |
Shared washroom | Walk-in Closet | Large window overlooking back yard |
Shared washroom | Walk-in Closet | window overlooking side courtyard |
/ Floor to Ceiling Windows
/ Courtyard views from office, living and kitchen
/ Rear patio access from living and dining rooms
/ BBQ patio access from kitchen and butler pantry
/ Large mudroom
/ Butler pantry
/ Discrete powder room location
/ Sun-room – acts as sound-lock to bedrooms
/ Second floor laundry
/ Large family room
/ Abundant storage
/ Entrance Forecourt
/ Courtyard – access from office, living and kitchen
/ Rear patio – access from living and dining rooms
/ BBQ patio – access from kitchen and butler pantry
With its open floorplan, this home is positively functional. There’s ample room for family life to grow, whatever the occasion. And the spaces just, well, flow. The house is divided into two main zones, one at the front of the house and the other at the rear. These two zones are both connected – and separated – by the kitchen and integrated courtyard, which helps to filter out the duller elements of daily life.
The front of the home is distinguished by an expansive lobby serving as a gateway to various utilities, such as a home office, powder room, mud room and butler pantry. By locating the more utilitarian functions here, spaces flow uninterrupted, contributing to a sense of space and harmony.
The zone at the back of the house comprises the living and dining rooms, providing a place of escape and contemplation. With the adjoining courtyard, nature can sing without being interrupted by the functions of the powder room, mud room and pantry at the front of the house.
The house employs layering to great effect. A series of spaces allow views through the interior giving a feeling of expansiveness, yet intimacy as you move through them. This interplay between scale makes the living room, dining rooms and kitchen feel intimate, belying the home’s size. There’s an unusual yet welcome contradiction between the openness and the feeling of being centered, contained and content in this home. It’s a generous space, but not one in which you’ll ever feel lost.
Affording views to the central courtyard, the upper floor lifts everyday living to another level. There are two distinct zones: the bedrooms and family room – separated by a sitting/reading room. This is a deliberate move by the architect to create a natural sound barrier between these two areas. The laundry is conveniently located alongside the bedrooms on this floor.
The large master bedroom overlooks the courtyard below, filling the room with lushness and light. There’s a generous five-piece ensuite with a walk-in closet and a dressing room, with direct access from both the ensuite and bedroom. Secondary bedrooms are bright, with generous windows. Both bedrooms have walk-in closets and independent bathrooms. While the cavernous family room presents ample space to use at your leisure – billiards on a full-size table, anyone?
For those seeking a separate floor outfitted for fully contained living, there’s an option to configure the space with a complete ‘barrier free’ design. This is an ideal solution for those approaching their golden years or for a live-in caregiver, complete with the convenience of elevator access.
Just because your home’s plan may be preconceived, doesn’t mean its features are presupposed.
Want different exterior finish materials? Need more bedrooms? Want a private roof deck? Prefer a different basement layout? Just say the word.
We offer custom alterations to help you make any of our designs truly yours. Our architects are on call to fine-tune the design to suit the unique needs of you and your family.
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/ Floor plans / Roof plans / Exterior elevations / Building sections / Lighting plans / Floor and roof framing diagrams / Window diagrams / Wall assemblies /
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