This $2.3 million home north of Toronto is inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright
Arts and Crafts meets nature meets craftsmanship and simplicity, are the building blocks of a Frank Lloyd Wright home.
And this King, Ontario home embodies those principles beautifully. The exterior is simplistic with its almost utilitarian structure.
The entranceway is warm and inviting with a mix of bold and subdued tones.
And inside you'll notice lots of natural materials.
For example, the rich wood accents throughout the home, oak hardwood flooring, and the stone fireplace in the living room.
There are also big floor-to-ceiling windows that help bring the surrounding 0.6 acres of nature outside into them home along with plenty of natural light.
The home boasts an open concept layout with almost everything being on the main floor, including the three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
And while the current decor is more modern, you could definitely lean into that Lloyd Wright style even more if you added in some more mid-century modern pieces.
The large principal rooms flow seemlessly together and most have walk-outs to the backyard.
The kitchen is modern and minimalist with clean lines and integrated appliances.
It's also open concept with the dining room, making it ideal for entertaining.
The bedrooms are well sized and the primary bedroom has a five-piece ensuite bathroom.
On the lower level of the home you'll find a gym, sauna, rec room and games room that features a wet bar.
Outside there's a fabulous saltwater pool fit for the most epic of pool parties.
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