Property of the Week: $1.9 Million Modern Gem in Parkhill

It has in-floor heating, chef’s kitchen and wet/dry outdoor sauna.

The entryway opens onto a living room/office area with walkout patio. Stairs lead up to the kitchen/dining/family room level.

Where it is

3830 1A Street S.W.

The history

Originally built in 1984 as a 1,593-square-foot infill, this split-level was completely renovated and redesigned by local design firm McIntyre Bill. The front facade was kept but an entire new home was constructed behind it. Now, it has more than 4,000 square feet including a fully finished basement.

What to love

3830’s prairie modern-inspired design is sleek and open and 13-foot ceilings and and floor-to-ceiling windows offer tons of natural light. The chef’s kitchen has double German-designed Gaggenau ovens, a gas range and Sub Zero freezer drawers. The master bedroom has an enclosed cedar deck with an outdoor wet/dry sauna and the standing seam metal roof will outlast the next owners. Every bedroom has it’s own ensuite with in-floor heating.

What to consider

It would be a shame to not cook in 3830’s beautiful chef kitchen, but the neighbourhood of Parkhill is very close to all of the dining options available in Mission.

The stats

3,063 square feet, not including a fully finished basement
3 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
2 fireplaces
2 freezer drawers
5 burner gas range
13 foot ceilings
Wet/dry outdoor sauna

Listed for $1,975,000 with realtor Keith Crawford.

The entryway opens onto a living room/office area with walkout patio. Stairs lead up to the kitchen/dining/family room level.

The open-concept second level includes the kitchen, family room and dining room.

The kitchen has a five-burner gas range and double ovens.

The family room has a fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows.

It has a lofted den/entertainment room above the dining room.

The master bedroom has a private deck.

The master suite has a five-piece bath and walk-in closet.

It has an enclosed wet/dry sauna off the master’s private deck.

The walkout lower level opens onto a naturally landscaped back yard.

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