We are absolutely thrilled to have yet another of our unique urban homes featured as this week's Globe and Mail's 'Home of the Week'!
Houses are dynamic, pushed through an evolution by time, taste, and necessary renovations. As years pass, a home ages into obsolescence, creating an the opportunity for it to become a new version of itself. This is precisely the case with 46 Herbert Avenue; it is a completely re-imagined, re-created home, propelled from outmoded roots into a crisp thoughtfully-executed contemporary dwell that thrives in The Beaches neighbourhood!
Designed by German architect Felix Leicher - from baukultur/ca - his firm is a boutique development company with the mandate to create ambitious and unique spaces of the highest architectural standards. Baukultur/ca is also committed to being environmentally friendly. The case for sustainable housing doesn’t just stem from cost savings derived from energy efficient construction and finishes, although that argument is compelling. It’s rewarding to be able to own a home that lets you take an active role in reducing your own carbon footprint. In this way, 46 Herbert Avenue appeals both to the pragmatic and social consciousness!
46 Herbert Avenue is OPEN this Sunday, December 4th, from 2:00pm to 4:00pm!
Here's today's Globe and Mail article and here's urbaneer.com's promotion. 46 Herbert Avenue is truly a unique urban home; it is a sustainable marvel that marries pragmatism with sublime design elements. For one fortunate Buyer, this architectural masterpiece will soon be Home Sweet Home!
*To see another incredible transformation by Baukultur/ca, check out our past promotion, Luxe On Louvain In Leslieville, which garnered a price 8% over list!*
Steven Fudge, Sales Representative
& The Innovative Urbaneer Team
Bosley Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage - (416) 322-8000
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