New City House

The client initially wanted to just replace their existing house, but quickly realized that buying and also replacing the next door house would make the overall project less expensive and the street appearance more attractive. It turned out that the neighbour was eager to sell, and so the project became part owner-occupy, and part speculative.

The two homes share a design that was determined in large part by the sloping site and carefully calibrated vertical dimensions required to meet City of Toronto zoning requirements. The two homes share a material language but are still visually unique.
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“trim color, stone and shingel” — summer06
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“wow staircase” — asukut
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“very cool” — asukut
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“like sofa and legs” — beacher29
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“really nice detail from shaker door to three balusters per tread, wainscotting, trimed boxes and lig” — asukut
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“kitchen not too big yay” — asukut
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“sitting room not too big” — asukut
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“nice tile bathroom” — manddmitchell
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“concrete sink” — manddmitchell
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“toilet idea” — manddmitchell
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“perfect street apeal 804 king street” — asukut
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“woodcolour for garage door” — chloeandollie
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“Pella windows” — ppergant
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