This House is a Reverse Two-Storey Built on a Hill

It has a golf simulator room and a "Gone With the Wind" inspired grand staircase. It's our property of the week.



 

Where it is

42 Patina Lane S.W. in Patterson

A unique build

This home is built on a hillside and is considered a "reverse two-storey" with a fully finished walkout basement. 

What to love

This five-bedroom has more than 6,900 square feet of living space, including the lower levels. It has a grand double staircase, 10-foot ceilings and views of downtown Calgary. The gourmet kitchen has white oak cabinets, quartz countertops, Subzero appliances and an induction cooktop. It also has a home theatre with seating for eight people, as well as a Par T golf simulator room.

What to consider

42 has a roughed in elevator shaft that is ready for an elevator to be installed for easy to access to the three levels.

The stats

2,659 square feet (not including the fully-finished lower levels)
5 bedrooms
6 bathrooms
4 fireplaces
Home theatre
Golf simulator room
Triple car garage

Listed for $2,648,000 with realtor Rachelle Starnes from Engel & Volkers Calgary.

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It has a dramatic double staircase in the centre of the main living space. 

 

The raised formal dining room is hexagonal shaped and has a fireplace and downtown views.

 

The gourmet kitchen has stained white oak cabinets, quartz countertops, an induction cook top and a wall of windows.

 

The grand staircase leads to the first of two walkout levels. 

 

It has a home theatre room with seating space for eight people. 

 

It has a par T golf simulator room. 

 

It has an east and south-facing deck and both have downtown views. 

 

 

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