LADY PEEL Project
The birthplace of Lady Peel. Once the home to a royal family, this house was renovated on love and passion for design.
Initially home to Beatrice Lillie, actress and comedic performer, married to Sir Robert Peel, known in private life as Lady Peel, this house has witnessed Toronto transform over four generations. One hundred and eighteen years later, it is the opening of yet another chapter into this magnificent house. Keeping this royal feeling, this house now has become an aesthetic value of twentieth century resonated throughout the whole place.
Designing this place, our goal was to achieve a family-friendly atmosphere, combining the Victorian style while keeping the original features with a modern touch. A separate basement area to accommodate for a full time nanny, an office space on the second floor, and a beautiful intimate top floor master bedroom to complement the professional family lifestyle. The sophisticated open space area in the first floor with high ceilings can accommodate dinner parties and intimate family and friends gatherings.
The Carlaw Project
The Carlaw Project, a detached triplex, consists of three legal dwellings in one house in Carlaw Avenue, an up and coming area in the heart of Leslieville. Each of these three apartments consists of two bedrooms, its own washer and dryer, dishwasher and separate cooling and heating systems.
Located at the heart of Leslieville close to trendy shops, bars and restaurants, The Carlaw Project created a great investment opportunity to have a stream of rental cash flow.
The Dovercourt House
Beautiful triplex located in the heart of West Queen West. Three attractively efficient, sparsely outfitted two-bedroom suites – one on each of the two above-ground floors, the third in the basement. Each apartment is around 1,000 square feet in area