Property of the Week: $1,458,000 Frank Lloyd Wright-Inspired Home
A home for architecture-lovers.
March 11, 2016
Where it is
10502 134 Street N.W.
Custom-built in 2011 by Cambium Builders, this home was inspired by the work of legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Strong horizontal design and features such as the flattened roofs with vast overhanging eaves harmonize with the ground while the open plan interior, and use of natural light, showcases the use of natural materials such as the home’s numerous wood accents and built-ins.
What to love
Architecture lovers will find joy in discovering the home's Lloyd Wright and art deco influences. The main floor's most inviting feature and focal point —a wood burning stove emphasized in simple geometric massing of the mantel — will be sure to catch the eye of everyone else.
What to consider
For those with an entrepreneurial spirit, the Glenora home features a 2 bedroom basement suite. But if the added income isn't a necessity, buyers may want to consider renovations to unify the basement's look to that of the rest of the home.
2,941 square feet
1 two bedroom basement suite
1 wood burning stove
Property listed for $1,458,000 with realtor Jeffrey Scott
The front formal sunken living room features hand-laid parquet floors, a coffered ceiling, a grand front entranceway...
... and a wood stove fireplace.
The open-concept chef's kitchen granite countertops and tiled backsplash give a modern feel to the classic design.
The master bedroom is accompanied by an en suite spa
Have Property of the Week inquiries? Contact Cory Haller for more info.