Downtown Toronto location and narrow but long lot size prompted the form of this two and a half story modern dwelling. The modern style and planning feature ultimately set this house apart with contrasting materials, reflective full height glazing, and extending canopies. Living areas are organized by level differences and wood clad partitions inside the first story, which also allows for the ground floor garage and a basement walk-out at the rear. The 2,510 square feet house is split between the living room/dining room and family room/kitchen on the first story and includes four bedrooms on second story each with ensuite bathrooms and three walk-out balconies.
The home features floor-to-ceiling windows, premium oak floors, and 13-foot ceilings. An open-riser staircase leads to the master bedroom, which in turn walks out to its own cedar balcony. There are also a few futuristic features, like a video-enabled door monitor, a house-wide audio system and a wifi-enabled Nest thermostat.