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This former horse stable in the heart of Toronto's Rosedale neighbourhood was converted into an oasis of contemporary luxury for an international businessman. Its small footprint - 500 square feet on each of three levels (one bedroom and two bathrooms), now has an airy feel due to a connecting, glass-panelled floating staircase which hangs on a wall faced in Kingston limestone. Andrew Fee's mandate from the client was to make him a pied å terre in the city, a place to entertain and relax from a hectic business travel schedule. A house to rival the international boutique hotels the client was living in on his travels, Dale has all the amenities without giving up the warmth. Natural materials like linen, wood, stone, velvet and leather give Dale a warm feel. Two woodburning fireplaces, wine cabinet, walnut dining/kitchen with seating for 8 on butter-coloured French leather stools, Aga Stove with bookmatched Calcutta marble backsplash, custom furniture and cabinets throughout complete this luxurious pied å terre.


Main Floor:
- custom white oak lift-up tv cabinet
- custom wine cabinet and bar with St. Louis marble countertop
- salvaged pine barn board ceiling
- floating staircase with hand-wrapped leather handrail
- custom cabinets and ONYX desk
- STUV woodburning fireplace

2ND Floor:
- floating ORB woodburning fireplace
- custom white oak "JO" dresser

Master Bathroom:
- Rift-cut white oak vanity and mirror

- AGA stove
- bookmatched Calcutta marble backsplash
- walnut cabinets and dining table

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