This well-loved, but tired family home was stripped back to its studs to make way for this bright and elegant open concept residence.
The contemporary kitchen and pantry features sleek custom cabinetry, quartz countertops and backsplash and luxury built-in appliances.
The open concept main living space features a luxurious built-in fireplace.
The back of the home features expansive windows that overlook the professionally-landscaped yard.
While the home's space-saving dining room is part of the open concept main floor, it remains warm and intimate thanks to custom woodgrain wall panels and luxurious banquette.
Custom cabinetry provides a subtle division between the home's entry and entertaining areas.
The bright entryway features a space-saving powder room.
Natural materials provide an interesting contrast to the glass and polished chrome in this sleek main floor ensuite bathroom.
The professionally-landscaped rear yard features both a balcony and deck, seamlessly connecting the home's indoor and outdoor living spaces.
The large deck transitions to meet this covered outdoor room, perfect for three-season entertaining.
Suffering from a poorly constructed extension, this traditional farmhouse nearly doubled in size while preserving its natural 'fit' on the creekside property.