One of the finest residences in Calgary, featuring remarkable architecture and interior design. The original 1967 architect Dave Russell design, and its build quality was to a standard that fell into the one percent of the one percent category. It was showcased in Town & Country in the early 1970s as the 'quintessential Western Canadian home'. In 2005 an extensive and thorough renovation and addition by iconic interior designer Douglas Cridland, architect Richard Lindseth and Triangle Enterprises managed construction notched it up to the very highest of new home standards. The California aesthetic incorporates spacious rooms, high ceilings, wide gallery-like hallways, great privacy and multiple courtyards providing seamless indoor / outdoor living that accommodates a year-round comfortable lifestyle, casual family gatherings and large-scale entertaining with ease. The writer suspects that Architectural Digest would love the opportunity to publish it now.
Bar, Beamed Ceilings, Bookcases, Breakfast Bar, Built-in Features, Closet Organizers, Double Vanity, High Ceilings, Kitchen Island, Natural Woodwork, Pantry, Recessed Lighting, Skylight(s), Soaking Tub, Steam Room, Vaulted Ceiling(s), Walk-In Closet(s), Wired for Sound