One of Edmonton’s most recognizable homes in The Highlands area, this 1912 build showcases much of its original character, evident from the meticulous preservation each homeowner has bestowed upon it.
The home boasts architectural designs from various eras, including the Edwardian era, which is evident in some of the more detailed Arts and Crafts elements throughout the interior. You’ll also notice influences from both Georgian and Tudor Revival styles, making it a truly exceptional home to see.
Overlooking Hawrelak Park, this Garneau custom home was a 2-year labour of love for the owners, one they’ve filled with treasures and themes from their travels to the Middle East and Asia.
Spacious and airy at nearly 4,000 square feet, the attention to detail in this distinctive home is evident throughout, and the unique décor items further add to its modern, yet comfortable, feel.
Servicing Edmonton since 1992, Habitat Studio is an award-winning national leader in custom home building with a reputation for exceptionally beautiful, high-quality, sustainable homes. Their specialty is distinctive, environmentally friendly homes that exceed the expectations of their clients.
Habitat drafts its own unique designs with the highest quality construction in mind. They start with a blank sheet of paper, the client’s vision and Habitat’s passion for exceptional, original design to then create a floor plan carefully crafted to balance their client’s needs and the most efficient use of the building site.
Their industry leading sustainable design practices affirm their commitment to the well-being of the environment of Edmonton and the Earth. They consistently monitor the newest construction and sustainability technologies and wherever possible, implement these advancements in their homes and building processes.
Since completing their first award winning net-zero home in 2009, they have completed 10 more as well as their first net-zero retrofit project. Habitat’s own “minimal requirements” in energy efficient building practices are already much higher than the industry requires, ensuring a truly environmentally conscious build every time.
High above Connors Rd., this multi-generational Bonnie Doon duplex is situated among older, well-established homes. Custom built with modern style in mind, the simple design fits right in to the “family” feel of the picturesque neighbourhood, complete with a large, shared and beautifully maintained backyard.
A first for the Citie Home Tour, this infill deftly combines two homes designed for two different stages of life – one, a spacious 2-storey home for a couple with young children and next door, a comfortable bungalow for the couple’s jet-setting retiree in-laws.
Metro is an experienced custom homebuilder dedicated to building new homes in Edmonton’s character-filled mature neighbourhoods. The company endeavours to keep the city’s core neighbourhoods strong and healthy by building homes that complement the community. Metro focuses on building custom and spec homes of the highest quality and has a strong working knowledge of the by-law requirements for Edmonton’s mature neighbourhoods. Each home is individually designed and carefully executed. They offer reliable design advice for the interior and exterior.
The building process with Metro is collaborative and they strive for a client relationship that is transparent and sincere. Each infill project receives the undivided, personal attention of Metro’s owners. They work alongside customers throughout the entire home building process and make themselves available to answer questions, return calls or tour clients through their newly constructed home. Metro prides themselves in having respectful relationships with their team of high-quality tradespeople whom they use for each job. They also pride themselves in having sites that are clean, organized and safe. Metro treats their clients’ time and budget with respect and brings together design, quality and comfort in every new home they construct.
When you have a skilled woodworker in the house, you’re bound to see some beautiful custom made furniture around. This Strathcona home was perfect for the current homeowners, allowing them to maintain some of the classic charm from the original build, while still making it their own with creative renovations and painstaking restorations.
Built in 1912, the home perfectly juxtaposes old with new, combining modern handmade creations with the old-world elegance the couple made sure to incorporate in their renewal project.
Clean lines, clean design – that was of paramount importance for these homeowners when choosing their current home in Allard. Purchasing it with just the exterior completed allowed them to use their professional expertise in renovations to add all their own finishings inside, making it truly their own.
Reflecting modern European design, an open concept layout and all-white palette is beautifully offset with pops of colour in strategic places, and a stunning custom maple staircase that is second to none.