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Hand-Cut Stone French Chateau In Lawrence Park | 2 St Ives Crescent

Posted by DavidRowlands.ca on April 13, 2018
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This prime Lawrence Park solid hand-cut stone French chateau home is luxury living at its finest in Toronto. This beautiful home with a cedar roof has 4+2 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and a 2-car detached garage with parking for more than 6 cars. You will easily fall in love with this central hall plan home!
 
The main floor welcomes you home through the foyer, greeting you with a beautiful centre-hall plan. There is a living room with a fireplace that faces the front of the home. It’s a quiet space, perfect for sitting with company or enjoying a book by the fire. The dining room is a good sized space to host formal dinners and gatherings. It leads to the servery and pantry, and into the kitchen as well for seamless entertaining.
 
 
 

 
The kitchen is large and sun-filled and features a breakfast area to enjoy dinners with your family. It is open to the family room, which has a fireplace sandwiched between a pair of built-in bookshelves. The kitchen and family room make for a perfect gathering space for family and friends, and it features a walk-out to the backyard which has a professionally landscaped garden.
 
 
 

 

 

 
The second level of the home is beautiful with a skylight to allow for natural light, a 4-piece washroom and four bedrooms including a large master suite. Each of the three spare bedrooms has ample closet space and one has a 3-piece ensuite. The master bedroom is very spacious with a large window a 5-piece master ensuite. There is also a large walk-in closet.
 
 
 

 

 

 
The designer lower level of the home is finished with an entertaining space, wine cellar and home theatre. There is also a 5th bedroom with a 3-piece ensuite and walk-in closet, which would make a great nanny’s room.
 
 
 

 

 

 
This beautiful home is currently listed at $4,795,000. For more information on this listing, please contact Peter and Nacy Baker at (416) 925-9191.
Source: Chestnut Park Blog

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