It’s uncommon to discover a customized house constructed as the private residence of the builder-owner.
This stately brick-and-stone house within the North York neighborhood of St. Andrews in Toronto, Ontario, attests to its possession pedigree with wonderful design and opulent finishes.
With 90 toes alongside a road that ends in a cul-de-sac, the two-story home sits on a deep, well-landscaped lot. Mature bushes create a privateness barrier.
The curb enchantment is enhanced by the multi-tone brick façade, which blends with the grey trim and stone base. Three front-facing gables add visible curiosity to the roofline.
Broad steps lead as much as a chiseled-stone archway that surrounds the entrance door. Inside, a two-story-tall lobby topped by beams results in a central staircase, the formal eating room, the formal front room, the library and casual open-plan dwelling house.
A household room opens to a big breakfast room and the kitchen, which has a middle island, a pantry and deck entry.
The main bed room suite encompasses a balcony and a boutique-style dressing room. There are 5 bedrooms and eight loos.
The decrease degree accommodates a nanny suite, a billiards room, a wine cellar, a house theater and a fitness center. The three ranges are accessible by elevator in addition to the steps.
The resort-like again yard is designed for outside entertaining with an irregular-shaped pool fed by a waterfall, a separate matching spa, a terrace, a pergola, a cabana, garden and an out of doors kitchen. Two second-floor balconies overlook the pool space.
The herringbone-patterned drive results in a three-car storage, every door artfully topped by a brick arch and transom window. The driveway itself can accommodate visitor parking for about 11 autos.
Among different facilities are an alarm system, safety cameras and heated walkways, driveway and exterior stairs.
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