Property of the Week: $2.7 Million French Country-Style Home

It has a Forno pizza oven and a home theatre.



 

Where it is

1103 Beverley Blvd. S.W. in Bel-Aire.

The design

French country design is defined by the use of natural materials, including beamed ceilings and walls, delicately carved wood detailing and stone or rustic wood flooring. It's also very common to see a stone fireplace and vivid colours contrasted with natural tones. The style is warm, rustic and inviting.

What to love

1103's open-concept living space captures French country style with its beamed ceilings, wood detailing and stone Forno pizza oven. It has a home theatre on the lower level as well as space for a gym and exercise room. The property sits on a 12,300-square-foot landscaped lot.

What to consider

With its pizza oven, stainless steel appliances and walk-in butler pantry, 1103's kitchen is for buyers who love to cook.

The stats

3,777 square feet plus a fully furnished basement
4 bedrooms
4 bathrooms
12,300-square-foot lot
Pizza oven
Home theatre
Double car attached garage

Listed for $2,799,000 with Lamb Gogol Real Estate.

 

The open concept dining/living/kitchen area has custom millwork and wood floors. 

 

The living room has soaring rough-beamed ceilings, which is typical of French country style.

 

The kitchen has a walk-in butler pantry, apron front sink, stainless steel appliances and a Forno pizza oven. 

 

All four bedrooms are on the top floor, including the master suite.

 

The master ensuite has a soaker tub.

 

The home theatre has tiered levels for seating. 

 

The 12,300-square-foot lot is fully landscaped.

 

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