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Architect David Russell was blessed in 1967 with an almost unlimited budget. Town & Country magazine feature articled it as ‘The quintessential western Canadian home’. Continuing the legacy, a thorough and extensive renovation and addition (2005) created by legendary interior designer Douglas Cridland in collaboration with architect Richard Lindseth and Triangle Enterprises at the helm of the construction, it was brought up to the highest of ‘this century’ standards, blending flawlessly into the timeless style of this house. Several important reoccurring themes prevail, to name a few, solid (double plus), brick construction and over 200 feet of brick privacy and retaining walls, exquisite book-matched olive wood panelling and doors, perfectly aligned granite floors (honed inside and sandblasted outside), full masonry wood-burning fireplaces, high ceilings, clerestory and Palladian windows and Empire Kitchen & Bath’s pride and joy, Downsview Cabinetry. Walking through the forecourt you will immediately feel the calm. Adding to the tranquillity, the California aesthetic of this over 5300 square foot extravagant 3-bedroom (gym/studio is the 3rd bedroom) home boasts spacious rooms with unsurpassed luxury. Wide gallery-like hallways interlink the rooms and multiple courtyards providing seamless indoor & outdoor living, perfect for entertaining any time of year, from intimate gatherings with friends and family to grand fashionable affairs. Primely nestled in the middle of the Bel-Aire community, this 12,670 square foot lot siding onto a treed, parklike Boulevard provides convenient pedestrian access to the parks and pathways along Glenmore Reservoir, Dam and Athletic Park.
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