Luxurious Vaughan property has separate wing for home-based enterprise


Location: 41 Highland Creek Court docket,

Islington Ave. and Main Mackenzie Dr.

Asking value: $5,250,000

Dimension: about 10,000 sq. ft.

Lot: 90-by-260 ft, five-car indifferent storage, personal double drive

Taxes: $25,968 (2022)

Bedrooms: 6

Loos: 6

This tradition-built property is designed for each work and play with spacious rooms for entertaining and a separate wing with an workplace, kitchenette, toilet and its personal alarm system.

The massive, 2.5-storey residence is on a giant lot overlooking a ravine and is a brief stroll to the village of Kleinburg. It has walk-in closets in 5 of the six bedrooms, plus a grand entrance lobby and herringbone-pattern hardwood flooring.

“We completed constructing this home in 2007 to accommodate our giant household and home-based enterprise,” says home-owner Dina Williams.

Luxurious Vaughan property has separate wing for home-based enterprise

“With a lined patio, a big open patio and two outside fireplaces, summers had been spent eating al fresco. Within the winter, we created an ice rink to skate on,” Williams says.

“We like to entertain, and the primary ground has quite a few areas so a number of teams can all be on the identical degree. Once we constructed the home, we created an workplace house in a separate wing that has its personal kitchenette, toilet and entrance that’s locked and alarmed independently from the home,” she provides.

The house can be shut to varsities, parks, the Humber River and McMichael Canadian Artwork Assortment gallery.

The spacious dining room features a herringbone hardwood floor, a bay window with sitting area and a tray ceiling with decorative crown moulding.

“With about 10,000 sq. ft. of above-grade completed house there may be quite a lot of room, in addition to heat and character — with options similar to coffered ceilings, ornamental crown moulding, wealthy wooden cabinetry and hardwood flooring, and a number of backyard door walkouts,” says itemizing agent Andrew Ipekian.

The L-shaped home’s entrance exterior contains a brick façade, double entry doorways, a courtyard with patio, and landscaped gardens.

Inside, the two-storey grand lobby is open to the second ground and contains a marble ground, giant chandelier, ornamental pillars and entry to a two-piece toilet.

The kitchen has a ceramic tile floor and backsplash, granite counters, an island/breakfast bar, a pantry and an adjoining breakfast room with garden-door walkout.

The lounge has a herringbone-pattern hardwood ground, an image window, a fuel fire, a chandelier and wall sconces and crown moulding.

Open to the lounge, eating room highlights embody a hardwood ground, a bay window with separate sitting space, and a tray ceiling with crown moulding and three chandeliers.

Options of the kitchen embody a ceramic-tile ground and backsplash, granite counters, an island/breakfast bar, a pantry, and an adjoining breakfast room with a double backyard door walkout.

The roomy primary bedroom has double entry doors, a hardwood floor, a sitting area with fireplace, two walk-in closets and a six-piece ensuite.

The household room has a coffered ceiling with detailed moulding, a hardwood ground, fuel fire, and two double backyard door walkouts.

Additionally on the primary ground is a den, a mud room and laundry room. As nicely, there may be the separate workplace wing.

Upstairs, the huge principal bed room is entered by double doorways and features a hardwood ground, a sitting space with fire, three image home windows, three chandeliers, two walk-in closets, and a six-piece ensuite.

A covered patio with a fireplace, plus a second fireplace on an open patio, are highlights of the large backyard.

4 extra bedrooms on the second ground all have walk-in closets, hardwood flooring and direct entry to one of many two extra four-piece bogs.

The loft degree contains a hardwood ground, six home windows, two closets, a small kitchen, and a three-piece toilet.

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

Residence of the Week is written by freelance contributor Allison Harness, a Toronto-based actual property author. Though we attempt to present probably the most up-to-date info obtainable, we can’t assure options as listed. Please contact the realtor. To make a submission to Residence of the Week, e mail [email protected].

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