On a heavily wooded corner lot in an established Lorne Park neighbourhood sits this classic home.
This home captures the formality of the established neighbourhood it’s situated in, while upholding the casual nature of the family that enjoys the home every day.
Black framed windows and lack of adornment add a contemporary appeal to a traditional French Chateau home.
A mix of traditional massing and modern execution, this family home in Mineola East blends large gables and aged copper roofing with clean lines and a simple colour palette, culminating in a timber-framed porch at the front of the home.
Affectionately named ‘The Hockey House’ to pay homage to the NHL player that grew up in the original house and used the garage door for shooting practice.
This home is a prime example of traditional detailing mixed with modern simplicity.
This home is a perfect example of transitional design; the balance between traditional and modern design.