House of the week: 78 Farnham Avenue
'Modern,' 'minimalist' and 'monochromatic' are the three words I would use to describe this home. The main floor is open concept and is so expansive that it’s almost barren, but I personally like the clean aesthetic.
The kitchen cabinets blend into the wall so seamlessly that it’s almost like the kitchen isn’t there. It’s sleek and outfitted in all top-of-the-line Miele appliances.
The main floor has a bit of a modern condo feel, with the only source of natural light coming from the back of the house with a large wall of floor-to-ceiling windows that look out onto the backyard.
The living room has a huge dark wood-panelled wall and built-in TV console, which adds a touch of warmth to what some would call a cold space.
Upstairs are the bedrooms.
The master suite is spacious and has two walk-in closets and a spa-like bathroom.
All the bedrooms are outfitted with remote-controlled blackout blinds, which is ideal for sleeping in on the weekends.The home also has a large rec room in the basement and an office for anyone who is a fan of working from home.
No-fuss commuting. Located in Summerhill between two subway stops, this home is perfect location for that quiet neighbourhood feel with the convenience of downtown being a short subway trip away.
You want a home that’s a bit cozier. While the house is beautiful and sophisticated, it does come off as a bit cold with the extreme minimalist design.
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