House of the week: 20B Senlac Road
One of three modern eco homes by Atria Developments, 20B Senlac Road is new to market near the revamped Yonge and Sheppard intersection. Asking $2,280,000, this contemporary four bedroom will, unoubtedly, attract the environmentally-aware buyer who wants to wake up to a Juliette balcony overlooking a Muskoka-style wooded ravine.
In North York, properties like this modern rebuild are a dime a dozen. Post-war bungalows are selling like hot cakes, soaring past the million dollar mark and replaced by expansive custom three-level homes. The area has undergone significant changes and redevelopment in recent years, new high-rises and even an upscale Whole Foods making its way to the neighbourhood.
The Senlac property features a rectangular and glass facade along with an open and sparse interior. Essentially, it's a blank slate -- add some art to those white walls and make it your own. The Scavolini Kitchen offers ample counter space, a wine fridge, and a separate built-in beverage bar.
Upstairs, the master and laundry room are on the same level -- a major plus on laundry day -- and the third floor features a small loft space with floor-to-ceiling windows. There's also a cedar rooftop deck with rough-in for a hot tub.
The environmentally-friendly home buyer. It's a green dream house with a portal to nature for the eco-conscious buyer. Features include a green roof, solar panels, energy efficient lighting and a home automation system to control just about everything including the thermostat from your smartphone.
MOVE ON IF
You love plush carpet beneath your toes. This home is all about engineered hardwood flooring, even the master bedroom requires a rug. The bedroom above garage might be drafty without proper insulation.
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