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House of the Week: $2.6 million for a newly built, cottage-like home in Don Mills

House of the Week: $2.6 million for a newly built, cottage-like home in Don Mills

Address: 53 Hemford Crescent
Neighbourhood: Banbury-Don Mills
Agent: Claudio Cerrito, Re/Max Hallmark Realty Ltd., Brokerage Price: $2,599,000

The Place: A four-bedroom house with plenty of windows on a tree-lined street in Don Mills.

Bragging Rights: The living room has a cathedral ceiling, windows walls and a two-sided stone fireplace that cleverly blurs the line between indoors and outdoors.

Big Selling Point: Accents of maple, Douglas fir, cedar and stone give the home a distinct cottage feel. The effect is heightened by a strategically built inner courtyard, which protects two spruce trees. LEED certification is pending.

Possible Deal Breaker: All those windows will require lots of window coverings, unless the owner is okay with living in a fishbowl.

By the Numbers:

• $2,599,000 • 85 windows • 5 parking spots • 4 bathrooms • 4 bedrooms • 2 storeys • 2 spruce trees • 2-sided fireplace • 1 inner courtyard

House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent
House of the Week: 53 Hemford Crescent

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