Sold! Toronto home belonged to CEO of Hudson's Bay
This stunning home was featured not once, but twice, in House and Home, and when you see the pictures you’ll see why.
The spacious home, that once belonged to former Hudson’s Bay president Bonnie Brooks, was designed by Jill Kantelberg so it oozes style.
The stone floors that are throughout the bright open plan main floor are based on 17th century flagstone. I personally think all stone floors is really cold and uninviting, but with enough carpets it wouldn’t be too bad.
Even though the main floor is open concept, there are all sorts of nooks and crannies where you can find a space to have some undisturbed quiet time.
The kitchen, which had its own spread in House and Home, is so interesting. It was custom-built and is the perfect mix between country and modern. However, it is quite small.
This house only has two bedrooms, which for $3.5 million seems like kind of a let down.
The master bedroom is simple and minimalist. It has a walk-in closet and a spa-like en suite.
Despite all that’s going on inside the house, I think the backyard is really the piece-de-la-resistance. Surrounded by a private green forest, the backyard offers the luxury of privacy that is so hard to come by in this city.
The property, the beautiful interior and I’m sure the fact that this home was featured in House and Home didn’t hurt either.
While normally I would say it’s insane to spend $3.5 million on a two bedroom home, this one is beautiful and it does come with a huge property with so much privacy that the price is almost justifiable.
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