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Home of the Week: 50 Shades of (gorgeous) Beige

Via Sotheby's International Realty

The Curiocity Toronto Home of the Week is positively inspired this week, friends. We’ve picked out a stunner in Bedford Park for your ogling pleasure this week. If you’ve got the hots for stone fireplaces you’re going to need some fresh air before we dive in here.

This home is asserting it’s design dominance over the neighbouring houses at 417 Fairlawn Avenue. The people who live in your general vicinity are a little chapped it’s not theirs but at least we’re raising the property values, right?

Neutral colour party time:


This gem is hanging out on 384 square metres of land. Apparently, a good old house measurement in square feet isn’t as impressive. You’ve got 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Accent colour nonbelievers, come and soothe your tired eyes with this neutral palette. No scary red couch pillow screaming for attention in here!

The modern exterior uses brick in the most modern way possible. Also, it’s got one of those exceedingly trendy garage doors that says “I’m richer than you.” We dig.



As soon as you walk in, the glass-enclosed home office looks down on you. That’s what your office needs to do when you can afford a home this amazing.

The main floor has flow out the wazoo, perfect for the entertainers out there. A bright, airy kitchen and butler’s pantry gives you more prep space than you’d probably ever need. Also, it has sight lines to the first of those sexy fireplaces. Is it warm in here? It could be, because you’ve got a fancy fireplace.



The appliances are downright beautiful, and if we knew how to cook we’d know if they were functional, too. When we burn the toast, you can get some fresh air on the private outdoor terrace. Yeah, that’s all your backyard. It’s massive.




Stroll up your floating wood staircase (no fingers on the glass, peasants) to your master bedroom. Oh god, there it is. That FIREPLACE. Damn son. It’s a black and white marble work of art.


Also, fun game: take a shot for every perfectly staged trendy chair we come across in this house. So long, space cowboy.

The ensuite is a thing of dreams (or a necessity after all those trendy chair shots). From the soaker tub to the sprawling vanity, it’s everything a bathroom should have plus plenty that’s nice to have.



Feel free to stow the kids away in their perfectly cute bedrooms before relaxing in the family room. That wall unit is an absolute beast, so of course, you need a beast TV to balance it out. What’s that we see? A couple more perfectly placed trendy chairs?


In the regal AF words of the listing, this home is for the “discerning individual that covets modern and appreciates understated details. ” Remote controlled blinds for “privacy as you require it.” Really just depends how often the neighbours want to see our bare ass. We might just toss the remote over the fence so they can call the shots.

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You can snag this one of a kind pad for a cool $3,249,000. Considering how gorgeous it is, we understand. We just won’t be moving in anytime soon.

For any further information or any purchase inquiries, you can check out the listing right here

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