Name: Hazelton Residence 1

Location: Toronto, Canada

Project Area: 4,000 sqft

Project Year: 2014

Client: Davis/Vesely Family

Project Status: Construction Completed, August 2014

Project Team: 

Zebrano Concierge Service

VMF Structures 

Blackwell Engineering

Photo Credits: Doublespace Photography 

The 1980s Yorkville townhome originally designed by acclaimed architect Barton Meyers was built as two 2-story duplex units. The project scope includes converting the building into one 4-story single family residence, renovating and reprogramming the full interior, adding on a 15’ rear addition, elevator and redesigning the rear facade.

The interiors are designed around two double height atrium spaces and the new 4 story south facing full height glass facade. On the outside of each of the 10’ high glass sliding doors is a minimal glass railing, allowing the home owner a seamless indoor outdoor relationship with the mature spruce tree canopies in the rear yard.

The light filled open floor plan boasts a fourth floor master retreat inclusive of a bridge like connection to two large walk in closets, and a spa like master bath with a freestanding soaker tub against a frosted glass wall open to the adjacent lightwell. The lower level entertainment space stretches out to a secluded terraced garden with existing mature trees. And of course a new elevator makes the four story residence accessible.

The unique design features of the renovated townhome make it unlike any other on the market.

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