From drab to fab, this small two-storey home lacking in character was brought down to the foundation, making way for a reimagined and expanded home featuring a new addition and detached garage. Exterior finishing includes a mix of neutral stucco and maintenance-free wood-look aluminum siding punctuated with black-framed windows, garage door and fascia.
Interior light is maximized through generous use of floor to ceiling windows and a series of sliding doors.
A custom-painted red door provides a perfect punch of colour to the home's neutral interior scheme.
The custom-fabricated, floating fireplace surround provides a focal point in the home's living room.
The family-friendly open concept main floor is full of natural light.
New kitchen and butler's pantry features custom cabinetry and waterfall island countertop by Enn's.
This custom steel and oak staircase surrounded by a floor to ceiling glass partition wall provides a stunning focal point for the home's main floor.
The master suite features a walk-through closet and this dramatic ebony and white ensuite bathroom.
The master bathroom features a large glass shower and freestanding modern bathtub.
This heritage district home built in 1874 was previously renovated for several commercial uses and suffered from poor craftsmanship and a mess of mechanical adaptations.