8 may tree road toronto

House of the week: 8 May Tree Road

This is a mid-century modern dream home. The teak wood, open concept layout and the big bright windows are divine.8 may tree road toronto

According to the listing, this house is a Frank Lloyd Wright legacy. Wright was known to design buildings that harmonized with nature and humanity; this house definitely has some of that harmony going on.

8 may tree road torontoIn the living and dining room the floor-to-ceiling windows let natural light pour in, while the family room windows look out over the tree-lined backyard. If it’s this pretty in the winter, it will be absolutely breathtaking in the other seasons when the trees actually have leaves.

8 may tree road torontoThe kitchen is beautiful and minimalist with a marble backsplash, stainless steel appliances and open shelving.

8 may tree road torontoThe one downside to this home is the lack of bedrooms. There’s only two bedrooms above ground. But the master bedroom is spacious, bright and has a walk-out balcony.

8 may tree road torontoThere’s also a five-piece en suite bathroom that has a Japanese spa vibe going on with the bamboo stalks and natural wood.

8 may tree road torontoThe lower level is the entertainment floor with a rec room and a media room. There’s also a guest bedroom with a bathroom.

8 may tree road torontoAs for outdoor space, there’s a huge backyard. And while currently covered in a layer of ice and snow, once summer rolls around, one can only imagine it will be stunning.8 may tree road toronto

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Good For

Bragging rights. If you like bragging about the architectural significance of your home, saying you have a home inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright is a pretty good brag.8 may tree road toronto

Move On If

You think almost $6 million is a bit steep for only a three-bedroom home.8 may tree road toronto

Thanks to BosleyRealEstateLtd., Brokerage for sponsoring our house of the week. All editorial was written and selected by blogTO.

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