81 Renfrew Ave – The Glebe-SOLD

Wonderful Family home  in the Glebe.

Step into a house to call your new home!

Large principal main rooms accented by archways and wood flooring.

Perfect kitchen that overlooks the rear yard and has an eating bar as well as a den area.

 

Private yard and access to the garage.

Four good sized bedrooms and lots of redone bathrooms as well as a play room in the lower level.  Great schools- Great location- Great house. 1,050,000.00 ASK

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90 Frank St- The Golden Triangle

FOR THE SOPHISTICATED URBAN DWELLER.

90 Frank St

Not your average town home!. Designed to provide exceptional light and open spaces this 2 storey town home will delight you with its openness yet very private spaces..

Lovely high ceilings warmed by wood floors and a open wood staircase with a skylight that floods the areas with warm light.

Swing open the glass doors onto the deck and out to a  secret garden with over 70 ft of landscaped and hassle free greenery

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The second floor is an open area for den/lunge and master with the rooms open and flowing beautifully into each other.

 

 

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Custom -Minto built “Dream Home” now for sale

NOW AVAILABLE  AT 1.499  MILLION 

Fully customized, with the help of Top Ottawa interior designer Tanya Collins,and with direction by  Architect Christopher Simmons, premier builder Minto Homes and their design team have made this a showplace residence which is spectacular but very very liveable for all types of families.

This  grand  home of 5577 sq. ft is  in Potter’s Key. Near Hazeldean and Carp roads. The home sits on an oversized pie-shaped lot that backs onto the Feedmill Creek conservation area..A peaceful and private outside entertaining area with a secluded view.

The finest finishes and quality trades worked together to create this “dream come true”

Acclaimed Ottawa architect Christopher Simmonds had a hand in the design of the home and its layout.

“I felt that it was representative of how a family might use the home,” Simmonds says of the concept he passed along.

Interior designer Tanya Collins has given the home a unified, contemporary look using a palette of black, white and gold, with splashes of bold colour to enliven some of the spaces. Custom cabinetry and built ins as well as top quality fixtures and lighting add to the richness of the spaces.

The Collins and  Simmonds collaboration on this home was perfect harmony are known for a contemporary influence, .Featuring clean lines and simplicity with a touch of elegance the colours chosen emphasizes the glamour while bringing a timeless look.

https://www.tanyacollinsdesign.com/  www.csarchitect.com

“I wanted something kind of glamorous, but livable at the same time,” says Collins. “The luxury of the finishes, lounge-y seating so it invites you to come in and sit down, something stylish and not typical.”

MAIN FLOOR SUITE OR LOUNGE

At 473 square feet, this main-floor suite off the kitchen is  perfect as a guest suite – teen agers space- live in apartment or as a private office this room is looking out to the private greenery of the Feedmill creek conservation area.

It comes complete with walk-in closet and a fully accessible ensuite with a “Palm Beach vibe” in Kelly green, says Collins.

“We’ve made it look like a little mini condo.”  “So that if someone wanted to live on all one level instead of having to hike up the stairs, they could.”

The 2nd floor Bedroom and family room Lounge areas

Upstairs, the spacious landing welcomes you to the bedroom suites and includes a lounge.

Master suite

A peaceful and soothing master suite that “feels a bit like you’re in the Bahamas,” Collins says has a lovely calm and sunny feel with a spa bathroom done in tones of whites and dressing room for your cloths.”

“This walk-in closet is spectacular,” gushes Collins. The closet master walk in closet features custom built-ins with  millwork to make them feel like furniture.

The Kids Rooms

One of the brightest pops of colour in the home is in the two rooms set aside for “the girls”. There are two wonderful rooms that are connected thru wall cutouts . One for sleeping and one for playing. 

Staying Alive “in the lower level

The 70’s vibe in the lower level make for a vibrant and fun family space

There’s plenty of additional  room as only about  half of the basement is finished. The finished part includes a bathroom and a great media room to kick back and watch the game or your favorite movie.

Whether you use the roller rink this is a great room for the kids to hang out or do a throw back party with a disco floor ( disco ball included)- just wear the bell bottoms and  bring the music and do your best disco moves!

The Lower Level is partially above ground at the back of the home so the windows are big and bright. “It doesn’t feel like a basement,” says Collins.

 

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