House of the week: This $2.85-million Aurora house has an energy-efficient, eco-friendly focus


Location: 48 Kennedy St. E.,

Yonge St. and Wellington St. E.

Asking worth: $2,850,000

Dimension: 4,000 sq. ft., plus 1,500 sq. ft. completed basement

Lot: 50-by-150 ft, three-car built-in tandem storage, personal double drive

Taxes: $13,771 (2021)

Bedrooms: 5 plus 1

Loos: 6

Customized-built in 2019, this two-storey sits on a cul-de-sac and options a big yard outfitted for entertaining with built-in heaters, a coated deck with barbecue station, and a sizzling tub.

Inside, the modern residence contains heated flooring, customized built-ins all through, ensuites in each bed room and an infrared sauna.

“Our home was constructed with a give attention to environment friendly use of area, in addition to power effectivity, air high quality and water administration,” says house owner Nadia Chychrun. “We put in a library ladder so we might attain the excessive cupboards within the kitchen and pantry, and had over $150,000 of customized built-ins constructed in most rooms.

“We additionally put in eco-friendly engineered flooring with a soy-based end to scale back off-gassing. To be energy-efficient, we constructed the body utilizing 3/4-inch plywood as an alternative of the constructing code customary of 1/2-inch press board. We additional used a mixture of spray foam and blown-in insulation, together with three-pane home windows all through,” mentioned Chychrun.

“Within the yard, we spent over $250,000 on landscaping to make sure efficient water administration, and the gardens had been designed to be loved with minimal upkeep,” she added.

The house is close to a GO station, purchasing, eating places, companies, colleges, parks, a golf membership and entry to Hwy. 404.

“This household house was constructed with care and to the very best customary and gives excellent finishes, comparable to a built-in sound system all through, prime of the road kitchen home equipment — together with three, full-sized Miele fridges and a Miele double oven — and a roughed-in elevator shaft, in addition to a main-floor bed room,” says itemizing agent Andrew Ipekian.

This modern house encompasses a stone exterior, a coated entrance entrance and a built-in, triple-car tandem storage.

Inside, the entrance lobby has a cathedral ceiling with chandelier and a heated marble flooring. It’s open to a corridor with double closet and built-in cabinets.

The lounge has a hardwood flooring, a linear gasoline hearth, a ceiling fan, built-in cabinets and a walkout.

Highlights of the formal eating room embrace a hardwood flooring, three chandeliers and built-in cabinets.

The kitchen showcases an island connecting to a built-in breakfast desk, quartz counters, pendant lights, a butler’s pantry, a hardwood flooring and high-end home equipment.

Finishing this flooring is a bed room (or health club) with a walk-in closet and ensuite, an workplace and a two-piece rest room.

Options of the second-floor main bed room embrace a tray ceiling, a double-door balcony walkout, giant home windows, a hardwood flooring, a walk-in closet and ensuite.

Three extra bedrooms, all with ensuites, plus a laundry room full this flooring.

The decrease degree has a mixed recreation-and-games room and with a laminate flooring and built-in cabinets, a mud room with built-ins, a three-piece rest room, a sauna, a walk-up and direct entry to the storage.

To take a look at this property please contact itemizing agent Andrew Ipekian, Keller Williams Referred City Realty, Brokerage, 416-572-1016;

House of the Week is written by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based actual property author. Though we attempt to present essentially the most up-to-date data accessible, we can not assure options as listed. Please contact the realtor. To make a submission to House of the Week, electronic mail


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