Property of the Week: An Elbow Park Home with a Vintage Wine Cellar

This home is filled with European charm, from its Tudor-style exterior and landscaped backyard to its soaring ceilings and vintage wine cellar.

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

Where it is

1037 Premier Way S.W.

 

The history

Built in 1987, this home is situated in the southwest neighbourhood of Elbow Park. While most of the area that makes up modern-day Elbow Park was homesteaded in the 1880s, development of the land didn’t really begin until the City of Calgary annexed it in 1907. By the start of World War I, Elbow Park was well-established as one of the city’s first purpose-built residential suburbs. Today, it is among the most sought-after inner-city communities in Calgary.

 

What to love

With its grand foyer, soaring ceilings, hardwood floors and vine-covered wraparound deck, this home has a European charm that is felt both inside and out. The main level features large, open rooms with plenty of living space, from the formal dining room, which is ideal for hosting dinner guests, to the well-equipped kitchen, which is perfect for preparing delicious meals. The main attraction in the basement is the 250-square-foot wine cellar, with classic wood features and enough space to seat eight for dinner. Outside, you’ll find a fully landscaped yard with perennial gardens, the wraparound deck and an inviting, gazebo-covered hot tub.

 

What to consider

Ideally located, this home is within walking distance of the Glencoe Club, Elbow Park School, William Reid School, expansive river pathways and Sandy Beach Park. It’s a great spot for families, outdoor enthusiasts or those looking to bring a little European living to their lives.

 

The stats

2,851 square feet
Four bedrooms
Four bathrooms
250-square-foot wine cellar
Oversized double attached heated garage
Built in 1987

 

Listed for $1,645,000 with Tania Nelson at Tania Nelson Real Estate.

 

Inside the Home

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

From its Tudor-style design and natural vine growth to its many windows, this home’s exterior has a European look and feel.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

The open-concept design on the main floor brings a sense of cohesion to the home while still allowing for unique details in each room, such as the ceiling mural pictured here.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

The airy kitchen, which connects to the backyard, features an island, two formal dining spaces and a built-in desk for sneaking some work in while cooking.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

Each of the four bedrooms has something unique, whether it’s a ceiling mural, a window seat or the luxurious ensuite in the primary bedroom.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

The primary ensuite features Italian marble elements, an oversized soaker tub and a glassed-in shower with two shower heads and body sprays.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

With its spacious desk, large window and abundant natural light, the home office is an ideal working space.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

Featuring a pool table, a built-in bar and a cozy seating area with a gas fireplace, the basement offers plenty of opportunities for in-house entertainment.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

The charming, 250-square-foot wine cellar is a great spot for hosting unique dinner parties while showcasing your wine collection.

 

Photograph by Paul Kane at Zoon Media.

The landscaped yard has a range of spaces for enjoying the outdoors, from the gazebo-covered hot tub and connected patio to the additional seating area around the side of the home.

 

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