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House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

Address: 14 Heathbridge Park
Neighbourhood: Leaside Agent: Kelly Lee Fulton, Royal LePage, Johnston and Daniel Division Price: $4,195,000 Previously sold for: $1,775,000, in 2016, prior to a rebuild

The place

A modern brick and glass manor on a cul-de-sac, nestled between the grassy Mount Pleasant cemetery, Mud Creek and Bennington Heights Park.

The history

The builder and designer, Rosewood Custom Homes, rebuilt the home between 2016 and 2017. The additions include a new glass-walled kitchen at the rear.

Forget about the house for a minute, though. Don’t you want to bury your entire face in this dog?

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

Anyhow, moving on. The living and dining area has a wall of windows:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

Here’s the dining area and kitchen:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

A closer look at the kitchen:

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House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

There are four bedrooms on the second floor. Here’s one of them:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

This bedroom is set up as an office:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

Here’s another bedroom:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

And here’s the master bedroom:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and an ensuite bathroom:

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House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

There’s a family room in the basement:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac

And there’s also a fifth bedroom down here:

House of the Week: $4.2 million for a renovated home on a Leaside cul-de-sac
Big selling point

The open living and dining area is bright, beautiful and perfect for lounging or entertaining.

Possible deal breaker

Buyers of $4-million properties are often looking for a little bit of privacy. The community spirit one tends to encounter on quaint cul-de-sacs like this one may be counterproductive to that goal.

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By the numbers

• $4,195,000 • 5 bedrooms • 5 bathrooms • 3 fireplaces • 3 parking spaces

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