Property of the Week: $2.7 Million Former Home of Peter Lougheed

The interior was completely redone with the help of local designer Robert Sweep.



Photography by Jamie Bezemer/ Zoon Media

 

Where it is

805 Prospect Avenue S.W.

The history

This two-storey was originally the home of the late Honourable Peter Lougheed. Lougheed and his family built the property in 1981. The current owners purchased it in 2014 and worked with designer Robert Sweep to renovate the interior. The exterior, including a traditional English garden with a heritage stone wall, were maintained. 

What to love

805 has multiple custom updates including a chef's kitchen with brass accents, Miele appliances and Caesarstone quartz waterfall island. An open-slat glass staircase leads to the master suite that extends the entire south side of the second level. The property has blonde floors and white marble throughout and an elevator. 

What to consider

The master suite has two walk-in closets, so you'll need to shop regularly to keep both looking full. 

The stats

3,451 square feet as well as a fully finished basement
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
2 fireplaces
2 walk-in closets
Caesarstone quartz countertops
Media room
Double-heated garage

Listed for $2,750,000 with realtor Christina Hagerty.

A matte black Moooi chandelier hangs over the glass staircase. 

 

The living room is just off the front entrance and has one of the two fireplaces.

 

The kitchen has a Caesarstone quartz waterfall-design island.

 

There are blonde wood floors throughout including in the dining room.

 

The second fireplace is in the sitting room.

 

The master suite extends the entire south side of the second level.

 

The master bath has a free-standing tub and steam shower. 

 

There are two walk-in closets with tons of storage. 

 

The backyard has a heritage stone staircase.

 

The backyard has multiple outdoor seating areas. 

 

Edit ModuleShow Tags

Related Content

Inside Brookline Public Relations' Boston-Inspired Office

It's in the historic Demcor Building in the Beltline and has exposed brick, wooden beams, 14-foot ceilings and, perhaps most importantly, a wine fridge.

The Beatles' Treasure Found by University of Calgary Archivists

It was in one of the 6,000 boxes they acquired from the EMI Music Canada archive.

Could Plans to Minimize Light Pollution Actually Lead to a Loss of Dark Skies?

New LED lights are planned for a section of the ring road near the Rothney Astrophysical Observatory.
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit Module Edit ModuleEdit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags
Edit ModuleShow Tags Edit ModuleShow Tags