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The main floor powder room with its thick Rose Quartz countertop is lavish but also inviting.

The entry is wide and welcoming, and sets the tone. There’s the feel of an English estate home but without the stuffiness one might associate with that description. That’s partly done with a bright colour palette of Touch of Grey and liberal uses of white to give a bright, light feel. But this 5,000-square-foot home with four bedrooms and five bathrooms is so much more.

On the main, there’s a chef’s kitchen, a prep kitchen, and if that’s not enough, an outdoor kitchen off the sun deck. A flex space is set up as a brandy lounge with comfy, eye-catching red velvet-like chairs. The open-to-each-other dining and living spaces are highlighted by criss-crossed ceiling beams and an array of white seating including a banquette and back-to-back couches.

Downstairs, a music room pays homage to rock stars of the 60s and 70s, taking on a bit of a Vegas feel, yet somehow it’s not out of place to the house’s Tudor stylings. Meanwhile, the bar area has a nana window — it opens like a folding patio door — giving this part of the entertainment zone a true indoor-outdoor feel.

Upstairs, this English Tudor pulls out all the stops. A wide hallway is regal in nature, opening to a stunning master and equally fabulous ensuite complete with a walk-in shower equipped a bench shaped like a lounging chair.

And there’s something for the kids: the boy’s room goes all out comic book superhero with Marvel wall art while the girl’s room is total whimsical elegance. Both are connected to a Jack-and-Jill bathroom as well as a hidden playroom.


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