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Situated in Toronto’s sought-after Birch Cliff neighbourhood, welcome to 6B Queensbury Avenue, a showcase of modern design both inside and out. This stunning home features an interlock driveway and pot lights illuminating the covered front entry, inviting you into a spacious tiled foyer, which steps up to the open concept main level living spaces. Hardwood floors, extra deep baseboards, and high ceilings with pot lighting are found throughout this level, with the dining area having a huge picture window overlooking the tree-lined street. A servery area compliments the visually stunning and equally functional kitchen. Both of these amazing work spaces showcase sleek modern cabinetry with under mount lighting, quartz countertops, and ceramic back splashes; and the kitchen is complete with a breakfast area, ultra high-end stainless steel appliances and range hood as well as a smooth cook top, stainless steel sink, and breakfast seating at the centre island. The incredibly spacious sunken living room is warmed by a cozy gas fireplace with a modern-style mantle, and garden doors open to a large deck and backyard. Located on an oversized lot that is almost 180 ft. deep, this home’s fully fenced backyard offers abundant play, gardening and entertaining space canopied by majestic shade trees. Completing the main level is a well-appointed powder room, while hardwood staircases with glass railings lead to both the upper and lower levels. Gleaming hardwood floors and high ceilings are found throughout the upper level, which features two bedrooms to the left of the landing area - both which have large windows for abundant natural light, and ample closet space. The 5-pc washroom is finished with a beautifully tiled floor and bath area, as well as a modern floating vanity with double basins. Down a side hallway, and through a set of double doors, is a third bedroom with skylights - and then the entry to the master bedroom. This luxurious retreat is complete with a built-in wardrobe; a walkout to its own private balcony overlooking the backyard; and a 5-pc ensuite with heated floors, a free-standing tub, oversized glass shower, and floating vanity with his and her basins. The fully finished lower level has soft, cozy broadloom throughout as well as high ceilings with pot lighting - and offers a bonus room ideal as a fifth bedroom, lots of storage space, a huge family room with a walk-up to the backyard, and a 4-pc washroom. Simply stunning, this home is a short walk to The Toronto Hunt Golf Club, the waterfront, schools, and parks; and is just a short drive to Danforth Avenue and Kingston Road shopping and restaurants, as well as the Beach neighbourhood and its attractions. For more information, contact Roger Martins, of Real Estate Homeward Brokerage, at (416) 617-4761.
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This video brings to you 12 Most Affordable Ways to Reduce the Cost of Building a New House on a Budget. Some of the most Affordable Ways to Reduce the Cost of Building a New House on a Budget include: 1. Find a Good Architect Allow me to draw the following analogy before I start; Most of us when we are sick, we visit the best doctor, or when we have a court case, we hire the best lawyer. But when it comes to building our dream house on the contrary we go for the cheap. A good architect will give you; • A Good Design – A good design builds a good house. • Efficient floor plan- Optimal room sizes without space wastage • Sustainable Design – Low running costs during occupancy • Good Finishes - Finishes carry the biggest cost of the house 2. Keep the Design Simple Most times in design, Less is always More. Keep the design simple but not simplistic. Too much zig and zag means more costs. Take off what you do not need and leave the essentials without compromising. A simple design entails: • Floor Plan – Square/Rectangular plans are cheaper to build than circular plans • Open plan living – Means less walling, more daylighting and sociable living environment. • Space Utilization – Use some spaces for multiple functions such as; Dining Cum Study • Roof Design- Complex roof design means more roofing materials leading to more costs. 3. Hire The Right Builder/Contractor This is the BIGGEST and most IMPORTANT decision for anyone planning to build their dream house. Hire a builder/contractor that will listen to you. This means he will build a house you want and not what he thinks you want. A good builder will guarantee you: • Minor Variations- A home build on Budget • No time overruns- A home build within the contract period • Good Workmanship- A home build without shortcuts • Experienced – Good connections with subcontractors 4. Bid out Your Cost Have quotations / bids from potential builders and compare their quotes. Remember cheaper is not necessarily the best. A good quote will tell you something about your potential builder; • A low Quote- Could mean Poor workmanship resulting future expensive repairs and maintenance • Optimal Quote- Could mean a builders discount and good connections with suppliers • A High Quote- Could mean too many subcontractors involved or building materials are subpar 6. Shop for Fixtures and Fittings Yourself The choice of house fittings is as subjective as the house owner. Therefore it makes economic sense for you to buy most of them yourself. Keep an eye for annual sale or discount at your local hardware. These may include: • Floor and Wall Tiles- Colours and Designs • Toilets , Wash Hand Basins, Kitchen Sinks • Inbuilt Ovens and Cooker • Kitchen and Dhobi/Laundry sinks • Flat Pack Kitchen Cabinets and Wardrobes 7. Smart material choices The choice of materials from the outset is key to managing costs of your building materials. The choices vary from: • Buying your materials yourself- Use Coupons, discounts or annual sale • Salvaging used materials- Recycled materials and Second hand fixtures • Choose a Forgiving Aesthetic- Low cost and Low maintenance 7. Small is Smarter. Keep it small. Just how much space for you need for your new house. For good Green credentials, building small is always better. • Scale Down- Get rid of stuff/space you do not need. • Climate- Design for the regional climate. Do you need a Basement/Garage in the tropics? • Space Utilization – Use some spaces for multiple functions such as; Dining Cum Study 8. Choose Your Friends Avoid peer pressure when building your house. Most people would be tempted to build what a friend has built, or Insist on the Architect designing for them a house like their friends. Since design is subjective, go with your gut feeling and pick what fits tour taste and preference as opposed to copy and paste. Unless your friends are contributing to your mortgage payment or construction loan, don’t fall to peer-pressure just because you want to feel like you fit-in. 9. Buy Stock Plans If you can’t afford an architect, architect designed stock plans like sheltermode.com offer an alternative affordable option. Most stock plans go for a fraction of the cost of professional fees and can be amended on site to suite the client’s needs with marginal costs. Don’t fall prey to plan books and articles in your local store or street vendor. Most of these books are outdated and lack any serious professional input in design and specific. Make sure to Like, Favorite and Share this video and Subscribe if you haven't do so already. https://sheltermode.com https://sheltermode.com/contact-us/ http://www.facebook.com/sheltermode https://twitter.com/sheltermode
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A Modern 2 Level House ideal for 7m x 15m = 105 sq.m. lot size. with 1 Car Garage, 3 Bedrooms, 2 Toilet & Bath, Kitchen, Dining, Laundry area 2 Living Area and Balcony. Complete Plan Blueprint Set available. www.housedesignerbuilder.weebly.com