House of the week: 65 Brule Gardens
This four bedroom, 4,700 square foot contemporary home has hit the market, with an asking price of $3,450,000. While a new-build isn't for everyone, there's no denying this David Small Design home comes with no shortage of luxurious features, and plenty of outdoor space.
Unique design details like the complimentary dark wood and glossy white cabinetry give the kitchen a modern design kick, with other well-placed wooden details available throughout the home.
If your preference lies in the west end, location is key for this home. It's walking distance to Bloor West Village, and the subway and Humber River is in your backyard. Also in the backyard: a covered deck complete with gas fireplace and overlooking a tree-filled backyard; it's the perfect spot to entertain or cozy up with a coffee and a great book.
A family that's looking for a home that's move-in ready. This new build won't (or shouldn't) need any renovations or upkeep for years to come, offering a stress-free move and excitement to get set up in a new home.
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You want a house with a bit more history. While it is in proximity to Etienne Brule Park (Etienne Brule being the first French explorer to delve into Upper Canada), the house itself is a new build, offering none of the historical significance that some other Toronto homes in this price range possess.
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