This modern $3.5 million Toronto home is much different from all the others
But this three-storey luxury home at 41 Northcote Ave. might be an exception.
This four-bedroom, five-bathroom home isn't your typical luxury house.
It was custom-built in 2018 and sustainably designed to Passive House Standards, which is a certification given to buildings that consume up to 90 per cent less heating and cooling energy than a regular building.
It has features like a solar panel array with a 5.5-kilowatt-hour net metered solar power system, a 10-kilowatt-hour eco-intelligent battery and a Rheem Hybrid heat pump hot water tank
For heat and air conditioning, 41 Northcote Ave. features a Mitsubishi Zuba heating and cooling system.
There's also a heat recovery ventilation system, helping add to this energy-efficient home.
And while the energy savings are a definite selling point, this contemporary home is equally beautiful.
The house boasts over 3,000 square feet of living space with an open-concept layout.
As you step into the living room, the home feels airy and open thanks to the nine-foot ceilings.
The home also makes great use of space with tons of built-in storage, such as the floor-to-ceiling wardrobes in the bedrooms.
Additionally, the built-in appliances and clean, simple lines create a calming atmosphere in the home where nothing seems too cluttered.
The bedrooms are spacious and the high ceilings make them feel airy.
The primary bedroom features built-in wardrobes and a spa-like ensuite with a walk-in shower.
The lower level has eight-foot ceilings, office space, a large rec room and a four-piece bathroom.
As for outdoor space, a major selling point is the rooftop deck boasting views of the neighbourhood below.
There's also a terrace over the garage and a patio off the basement.
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