Courtesy of Jen Liviniuk of RE/MAX Real Estate
TIMELESS ARCHITECTURE in Capitol Hill on a VERY PRIVATE 10,000 sq ft lot (72’ x 140’). Built in 1951, this home was featured in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Journal (1953), where it was noted as “all the principal rooms face south with a view to the back of the lot and a private garden” - literally a wall of windows. It was truly built for entertaining with double french doors leading to open concept living/dining rooms featuring a vaulted beam ceiling, elegant wood burning fireplace and boasting a chef’s dream kitchen with granite countertops, Thermador gas cooktop, built-in oven, Miele dishwasher, and built-in pantry. The main floor is complete with a large family room, office, main floor bonus room (exercise/nanny suite/bedroom), laundry room and 2 piece powder room. Upstairs you’ll find a spacious master bedroom w/ loads of closet space and ensuite bath, plus 3 more large bedrooms and another full 4 piece bath. Only steps to the river valley, trails, and a 5 minute commute to downtown.